2007 Sundance Film Festival Short Films Now Available on iTunes
Sundance Institute and Sundance Channel Make Festival Short Film Viewing An Anytime, Anywhere Experience
PARK CITY, Utah, Jan. 22, 2007 /PRNewswire/ --
Sundance Institute and Sundance Channel today announced that the first selection of short films from the 2007 Sundance Film Festival are immediately available for download via The iTunes Store. iTunes Essentials: Browse our favorite playlists by artist, genre, or mood. Check them out now.
The availability of these, and upcoming shorts, on iTunes signifies Sundance's commitment to exposing filmmakers' work to a broad audience by leveraging new technologies, as well as extending the reach of the Festival to include film lovers beyond Park City.
"It's an exciting time for us to offer short filmmakers the opportunity to expose their work to audiences outside of the Festival through iTunes," said John Cooper, Director of Programming, Sundance Film Festival. "The quality of this year's shorts represents creative, independent filmmaking at its best and further strengthens our commitment to providing new avenues to showcase Sundance films."
Fans will now be able to use iTunes to discover filmmaking's newest voices, working in the short film format, freed from the constraints of traditional feature length storytelling.
This year's short films embody a diverse collection of voices recounting universal tales of redemption, acceptance and self discovery through innovative filmmaking styles that exemplify the range of the human condition. Whether humorous or heartbreaking, the showcased shorts exude a unique creative energy and aesthetic appeal that is traditional to Sundance films and filmmakers.
The available selections include:
A Nick in Time - Director, Be' Garrett
Aftermath of Meadow Lark - Directors, David and Nathan Zellner
Black and White Trypps Number 3 - Director, Ben Russell
Bobby Bird: The Devil In Denim- Director, Carson D. Mell
Conversion - Director, Nanobah Becker
Cubs (UK) - Director, Tom Harper
Death to the Tinman - Director, Ray Tintori
Der Ostwind - Director, Kohl Glass
The Grass Grows Green - Director, Jesus Beltran
Happiness - Director, Sophie Barthes
Infinite Delay - Director, Kadet Kuhne
Interview - Director, Charles Burmeister
Light Work I - Director, Jennifer Reeves
Little Farm - Director, Calvin Reeder
Move Me - Director, Jonathan Pulley
The Tragic Story of Nling (Canada) - Director, Jeffrey St. Jules
The Tube With a Hat (Romania) - Director, Radu Jude
Songbird - Director, John Thompson
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