Sundance Institute today announced the appointment of Sarah Eaton to Director of Media Relations. Eaton will oversee media relations for all programs of the non-profit Institute, including the annual Sundance...
Sundance Institute Directors Lab Fellow to Receive Funding
-- – In celebration and support of diversity and innovation in independent filmmaking, the Sundance Institute and Honda have formed The Honda Power...
Happy, Happy, Hell and Back Again, How to Die in Oregon and Like Crazy
Earn Grand Jury Prizes
Audience Favorites Include Buck, Circumstance, Kinyawaranda and Senna
to.get.her Awarded Best of NEXT! Audience...
Sundance Institute and NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation) have announced Cherien Dabis, director of May in the Summer, as winner of the 2011 Sundance / NHK International Filmmaker Award.
Emerging and Award-Winning Writers Embark on 18-Day Artists’ Journey
Lemon Andersen, Eugenie Chan, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Theresa Rebeck, Tanya Saracho and composer/lyricist team Justin Paul and Benj Pasek join Sundance Institute Family
Institute joins with the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and Institute for Museum and Library Services in...
Personal Stories from Bangladesh, Congo (DRC), Haiti, India, Lesotho and United States
Illustrate Progress Toward Improving Health, Reducing Poverty, and Ensuring Access to Education
Films Centered on United Nations’ Millennium Goals for...
Call for Entries September 1 with Submissions Deadline of October 1, 2010
— Sundance Institute today announced the call for entries for its 2011 Theatre Lab to be held at the...
Sundance Institute Selected as New Candidate for Funding through Members Project® from American Express and TakePart
The non-profit Sundance Institute today announced it has been selected as a candidate charity in...
ORIGINAL WORKS BY Adam Bock, Shailja Patel, JENNIFER MAISEL, JASON GROTE, LAURA JACQMIN AND HARRISON RIVERS SELECTED
John Kelly Named Sundance Institute Time Warner Storytelling Fellow in Residence at MASS MoCA
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projects as Angels in America, Spring Awakening, Boys Don't Cry, Sin Nombre, Born into Brothels and Trouble the Water. www.sundance.org.