The 2007 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival is the premier showcase
for U.S. and international independent film

Sundance Film Festival Press:

2007 Sundance Film Festival Short Films Now Available on iTunes
Sundance Institute and Sundance Channel Make Festival Short Film Viewing An Anytime, Anywhere Experience.

Video Clips:

Sundance Bizarro: "Screech" Schwag-A-Thon
Correspondent Tamara Krinsky talks to filmmakers and checking out the parties, giving you the latest scoop on what's making waves at the festival.  Among the clips we currently have available include interviews from the SXSW cocktail party, "Screech" Schwag-A-Thon, and daily updates directly from the Sundance Channel through Festival Dailies.

Sundance Film Festival 07: SXSW Cocktail Party
Sundance kicks off with the SXSW Cocktail party. Tamara Krinsky talks with SXSW festival producer Matt Dentter, DJ Spooky, Steven Beer & Gary Rubin on advice, films, & surviving Sundance.

In the Can: THE TEN 
Film critic Cameron Bailey talks to THE TEN director David Wain and actors Gretchen Mol, Famke Janssen, Ken Marino and Paul Rudd.

Sundance Channel FESTIVAL DAILIES: Teeth
Whitney Cummings gets the word on the street… and in Park City the word on the street is vaginas with teeth. It may take a minute for the movie clip to load.

The Sundance Film Festival:

Widely considered the premier showcase of U.S. and international independent film, the Sundance Film Festival has its origins in the Utah/U.S. Film Festival which began in 1978.

The Festival originally focused primarily on the presentation of retrospective films and filmmaker seminars. However, it also featured a national competition aimed at drawing attention to emerging American films made outside the Hollywood system.

In 1981, the Festival moved to Park City, Utah, and grew to include documentaries and short films along with its program of dramatic features.

In 1985, the Film Festival added international films to its programs and became a part of Sundance Institute, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1981 by Robert Redford to cultivate new work in film and theatre.

The move provided the Festival with year-round administration, financial backing, and a network of contacts, and Sundance Institute gained a powerful vehicle for the presentation of new work by U.S. and international independent filmmakers. In 1991, the Festival was officially renamed Sundance Film Festival.

Since 1991 Sundance Film Festival has provided a showcase for short filmmakers and their films. Fueled by artistic expression and free from the conventions of feature-length films, shorts have the ability to transcend boundaries of traditional storytelling.

Over the years, the Sundance Film Festival Shorts Program has become a prime source of discovering filmmaking's newest voices, including Todd Haynes, Spike Jones, Paul Thomas Anderson, Wes Anderson, David O'Russell, Tamara Jenkins, Nicole Holofcener and Alexander Payne.
Sundance Film Festival

Presenting 125 dramatic and documentary feature-length films in nine distinct categories and over 70 short films each year, the Sundance Film Festival has introduced American audiences to some of the most innovative films of the past two decades. The official website of the Sundance Film Festival, shares the Festival experience beyond the streets of Park City with a global audience through the streaming of short films, filmmaker interviews, and current news and box office information.

Sundance Institute

Dedicated year-round to the development of artists of independent vision and to the exhibition of their new work, Sundance Institute celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2006.

Founded by Robert Redford in 1981, the Institute has grown into an internationally recognized resource for thousands of independent artists through its Film Festival and artistic development programs for filmmakers, screenwriters, composers, playwrights and theatre artists. The original values of independence, creative risk-taking, and discovery continue to define and guide the work of Sundance Institute, both with U.S. artists and, increasingly, with artists from other regions of the world.

Sundance Channel

Under the creative direction of Robert Redford, Sundance Channel is the television destination for independent-minded viewers seeking something different. Bold, uncompromising and irreverent, Sundance Channel offers audiences a diverse and engaging selection of films, documentaries, and original programs, all uncut and commercial free.

Launched in 1996, Sundance Channel is a venture of NBC Universal, Showtime Networks Inc and Robert Redford. Sundance Channel operates independently of the non-profit Sundance Institute and the Sundance Film Festival, but shares the overall Sundance mission of encouraging artistic freedom of expression.

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2006 Sundance Film Festival Index:

2006 Sundance Film Festival Announces Awards for Documentary and Dramatic Films in Independent Film and World Cinema Competitions

2006 Sundance Film Festival Kicks Off With Press Conference

ASCAP Announces Artist Line-Up for
2006 Sundance Film Festival Daytime Music Café

Brookstone Unveils New High-End Audio, Massage and Lifestyle Products at Sundance Hospitality Event

2005 Index:

Jay Mohr, host of Sundance Channel's "Festival Dailies"

"Path to Sundance Film Festival" interview with "The Still Life" director Joel Miller

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Entertainment Magazine

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Film Entertainment Magazine

Sundance: A Festival Virgin's Guide

Book by Benjamin Craig

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Hanging Out And Listening In At America's Most Important Film Festival

Book by John Anderson

Party in a Box:
The Story of the Sundance Film Festival

Book by Lory Smith