Festival director Tabitha Jackson releases Sundance 2022 update

Festival director Tabitha Jackson released the following statement regarding the 2022 Sundance festival taking place between January 20–30, 2022. Dear Friends, This time last year, I wrote to share some early thoughts about how we were approaching my first Sundance Film Festival as director — and the first Sundance to be held in the midst … Read more

Sundance film festival announces 2022 festival dates

The 2022 Festival will take place in-person and online 20-30 January. The Sundance Film Festival team is in the process of designing a safe and accessible festival where audiences and artists can come together to celebrate and discover new work, and each other. Mark your calendars and stay tuned: This summer they will have more … Read more

Mia Cioffi Henry / Superior

Lead Image: Filmmaker Erin Vassilopoulos (middle) and cinematographer Mia Cioffi Henry (left) (Credit: Matt Borowick) SECOND COMING Life has gone full circle for filmmaker Erin Vassilopoulos and cinematographer Mia Cioffi Henry at Sundance as they were nominated for the Short Film Grand Jury Prize in 2015 for Superior and have returned with a feature version. … Read more

Benjamin Kračun / Promising Young Woman

SWEET REVENGE Blurring the lines of genre and boasting a unique and distinct narrative concept, Promising Young Woman demanded filmmaking prowess and bold imagery that similarly did not follow conventions.  “Beautiful and dangerous.” Emphasis was placed on these words when Promising Young Woman director Emerald Fennell shared her vision of the film’s protagonist Cassie (Carey … Read more

Keri Putnam to step down as Sundance Institute Chief Executive Officer

Sundance Institute CEO Keri Putnam will be stepping down later this year after more than ten years with the Sundance Institute. Under her leadership, the renowned media and arts non-profit has seen a decade of extraordinary growth and impact. The organisation is uniquely positioned as a leading global advocate for independent artists, diversity in media, … Read more

Sundance Institute and XRM Media partner to present Sundance Film Festival: Asia

Sundance Institute and XRM Media have collaborated to create Sundance Film Festival: Asia to support, connect, promote and celebrate the independent film community within Asia, while showcasing a selection of films from the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Sundance Film Festival: Asia is an expansion of the Institute’s programming in the region, further championing and promoting … Read more

Sundance Film Festival award winners announced

After six days and 73 feature films, the 2021 Sundance Film Festival’s Awards Ceremony took place, hosted by actor and comedian Patton Oswalt, with jurors presenting 24 prizes for feature filmmaking and seven for Short Films. Honorees represent new achievements in global independent storytelling. Bold, intimate, and humanising stories prevailed across categories, with Grand Jury … Read more

David Raedeker / The Souvenir

Dream Like David Raedeker / The Souvenir Dream Like David Raedeker / The Souvenir BY: Ron Prince If critical notices are anything to go by, then fans of director Joanna Hogg’s films will be far from disappointed by her fourth feature, The Souvenir. Shot by cinematographer David Raedeker, who combined 16mm-Bolex and S16mm film footage … Read more

Tim Cragg shoots Three Identical Strangers

BAFTA-winning and Emmy-nominated cinematographer Tim Cragg spent a large part of 2017 shooting Three Identical Strangers, a feature/documentary selected to premiere in the US Documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival 2018. The film is directed by Tim Wardle with production company Raw, for CNN Films and C4. The documentary explores the story of three … Read more

February 2018:
“A Moment Of Critical Mass” For Female Cinematographers

A Moment Of Critical Mass Across The Pond / Mark London Williams A Moment Of Critical Mass Across The Pond / Mark London Williams Sir Patrick Stewart recently ended his hosting of the Academy’s SciTech awards with an off-the-cuff rendition of Puck’s closing monologue from Midsummer Night’s Dream : “If we shadows have offended/Think but … Read more

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