Join IFP on Tuesday March 10th at 7pm for a masterclass with Eliza Hittman, winner of Sundance 2017’s Directing Award and Sundance 2020’s Special Jury Prize. Hittman will discuss how she went from a successful festival run with her sensational short film ‘Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight’ into
Hira Nabi, MA Media Studies ’16, screened her film, All That Perishes at the Edge of the Land, at Sundance. All That Perishes at the Edge of the Land is a short film about a ship berthed at Gadani and the ship-breakers coming from all over
Shannon Fitzpatrick, Media Studies ‘16, and Anna Barsan, Film/Cinema/Video Studies and New Media ‘11, received a Sundance Doc Fund Grant for their project, Softly In All Directions. Softly in All Directions is a record of living history, an exploration of family lineage, and a probing of memory.
Sam Feder, MA Media Studies ’04, premiered their film, Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen, at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen is an investigation of how Hollywood’s fabled stories have deeply influenced how Americans feel about transgender people, and how transgender people have
Jem Cohen was selected as one of the Sundance Institute’s 2019 Non-fiction Fellows. He also directed and shot two videos for the album, Songs Of Resistance 1942 – 2018: Bella Ciao, for Tom Waits & Marc Ribot and The Militant Ecologist, for Marc Ribot & Meshell
Sundance is now accepting applications for its 2018 Episodic Lab through March 15, 2018. Offering one of the few training grounds for independent voices to develop an original series and pilot script, the Sundance Institute Episodic Lab provides artists with the tools, training, and industry access to
Hannah Fidell’s (MA 2012) film A Teacher has been selected in the Sundance 2013 category NEXT. NEXT features “Pure, bold works distinguished by an innovative, forward-thinking approach to storytelling. Digital technology paired with unfettered creativity proves the films selected in this section will inform a “greater”