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With the Sundance Festival finally back in person, filmmakers have high hopes for distribution deals
The majority of films debuting at Sundance are still in need of wide distribution. Some believe having the festival in person for the first time since 2020 will help.
Sundance Film Fest and other big events are back after battle with omicron
Hundreds of businesses rely on major commercial and arts gatherings for much of their annual income.
If film festivals are about networking, what's a virtual Sundance about?
Sundance, one of the biggest opportunities for filmmakers to get distribution deals, is online for the second time this year.
As omicron cancels festivals and other events, businesses that support them are reeling
The Sundance Film Festival, for example, just canceled in-person events two weeks before they were set to begin.
In Chung's "Minari," seeing the American dream through the eyes of a Korean-American family
"And if my daughter can see it one day, that'd be great," says Lee Isaac Chung, writer-director of "Minari."
Are movies the right vehicle to discuss public policy?
This year, the Sundance Film Festival will feature a category of documentaries and special projects about climate change.
TV joins the party at the Sundance Film Festival
The premiere venue for showcasing independent film is making room for TV
Betting on an indie darling doesn't always pay off
Critically-acclaimed independent films have had a tough summer.
So you want to fund a film festival
What are the economics of film festivals, and why are there so many of them?
Plucky pitch that made Ed Burns take off in Hollywood
A rough cut, Robert Redford and a production assistant with moxie.