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The Sundance Film Festival goes largely virtual for 2021
"2021 Sundance Film Festival is going virtual, the Sundance Institute unveiling its plans for the digital event, which will also include screenings at drive in theaters, independent art House cinemas and cultural organizations. The festival runs from January 28th through February 3rd and is rolling out in several cities across the country due to the ongoing
"sundance institute" Discussed on AP News
"Spain had a record AB two point six million foreign tourists and twenty eighteen according to Spanish government, figures industry, trade and tourism minister, raise Maroteaux says the figure shows Spain remains competitive as the battles to overtake France, the world's top destination in two thousand seventeen with almost ABC seven million arrivals. She says the number of visitors to Spain last year was up almost one percent on twenty seventeen and the visitors spent almost ninety billion euros or one hundred three billion US dollars up. Three point. One percent France hasn't yet published it's total for twenty eighteen. Police say a woman drunk and vanilla extract has been arrested in Connecticut. Hearst Connecticut media says new Canaan police found a fifty year old woman sitting in a car at an intersection with her eyes closed on Wednesday afternoon. Officers say they found several bottles of pure vanilla extract inside her vehicle Fidel extract contains a significant amount of alcohol say they detected an odor of vanilla on her breath. Her speech was third and she was unable to answer basic questions. Police say she was arrested after failing field sobriety tests. Female filmmakers are submitting to and being accepted into the Sundance film festival in significantly greater numbers than they were a decade ago. According to a new study Sundance institute and the university of southern California's Annenberg inclusion initiative found twenty eight percent the feature length episode projects submitted in twenty seventeen and twenty eighteen were directed by. At least one woman and thirty five percent of those were ultimately accepted. The study also found twenty four point three percent of US. Dramatic features accepted, whereby filmmakers of color and women of color made up a third of that percentage. Data provided by the Sundance institute for the twenty nineteen festival which is currently underway hasn't even more diverse makeup. Thirty eight percent of dramatic features had a director of color. The shutdown and federal workers. I'm Tim Maguire within a p newsman that President Trump agrees to short term continuing resolution to end the partial government shutdown. Congressional negotiators at three weeks to work out a deal. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, please that we reach an agreement to reopen government now. So that we can have a discussion on how to secure our borders. Trump says any agreement has to include funding for his border wall having barriers fencing or walls, or whatever you wanna call. It will be an important part of the solution. EPA lawyer Kaylynn Castelli says the shutdown was painful, definitely welcome getting paid because our.
"sundance institute" Discussed on AP News
"Michael Jackson's estate calls a lurid production and an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in will be premiering at the Sundance film festival later this month, the Sundance institute announced the addition of leaving Neverland directed by BAFTA winning director, Dan read, it tells the story of two men are now in their thirties and began long running relationships with Jackson when they were seven and ten and he was at the height of his fame. Jackson was. Quitted of molestation charges in two thousand five the Sundance film festival kicks off January twenty fourth and run through February fourth actor Hugh Grant is pleading for the thief who broke into his car to return the movie scripts that was inside grant who shot to fame in Four Weddings and a funeral in one thousand nine hundred ninety four tweeted about the break in and ask for anyone with information to persuade the thief to at least return his script. There were many weeks worth of notes and ideas in the script. He wrote. It's not clear what script he was working on. But he asked for the script to be sent to a film company in west London, steady group says its profits rose by nine percent on an adjusted basis from a year earlier mhealth by a lower tax rate and a reduction in expenses city says it earned four point three one billion in the last three months of two thousand eighteen or a profit of one dollar and sixty four cents per share that compares to the fourth quarter of two thousand seventeen win city reported in eighteen point. Eight nine billion dollar net loss, which was Knowsley lean accounting adjustment caused by the impact of the then new tax law. According to a survey of analysts by facts that the results beat analysts estimates who were looking for his city to earn one dollar and fifty five cents per share. Trump the wall and the partial government shutdown. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news minute saying he will never ever back down. President Trump rejects a short term legislative fix for the partial government shutdown reporters asked Trump at the White House before he left for a speech in New Orleans that he didn't like a South Carolina Republican Lindsey grams pitch to reopen the government for a few weeks and resumed talks with the Democrats over the border wall rejected. Yes,.
"sundance institute" Discussed on AP News
"You're listening to the AP digital news network something the late Michael Jackson's estate calls a lurid production and an outrageous and pathetic attempt to exploit and cash in will be premiering at the Sundance film festival later this month, the Sundance institute announced the addition of leaving Neverland directed by BAFTA winning director, Dan read, it tells the story of two men who are now in their thirties and began long running relationships with Jackson when they were seven and ten and he was at the height of his fame. Jackson was acquitted of molestation charges in two thousand five the Sundance film festival kicks off January twenty fourth and run through February fourth Australia has issued is highest for lunch warning possible. After a deadly winter storm right through Europe, at least fourteen weather related deaths. Have been reported in Europe over the last week. Hundreds of residents were sticking the homes due to blocked roads in some regions experienced power outages after snow Laden trees took down power lines. Schools were closed in parts of Austria. And southern Germany several roads and highways were blocked leading to a twenty kilometer traffic jam name eunuch many slopes in the Alps have been closed as a precaution. The FBI is feeling the impacts of the partial federal government shutdown and says it's affecting the bureau's operations. According to the association that represents thousands of FBI agents, the FBI agents association sent a petition to the White House and congressional leaders encouraging them to fund the FBI and do it immediately. The association says problems caused by the shutdown could make it harder to recruit and retain agents caused delays at the FBI lab and in getting or renewing security clearances Trump may declare a national emergency. I'm Tim Maguire with an AP news at the White House is considering using billions of dollars an unspent disaster relief funds to pay for President Trump's border wall. Earlier today as he's leaving the White House for Texas. Trump told reporters win make a compromise. Because I think compromises a win for everybody or I will declare a national. South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham who tried but failed to get members of congress aside onto a plan. He had to reopen the government and get border funding says he's given up present leaves this is a bobble option, and I said he should do this last resort over there. A congressional aide not authorized to speak publicly says the army corps of engineers has been told to go through its budget, including nearly fourteen billion dollars earmarked last year by congress for disaster relief projects to find the money for the wall. This just in police say Jamie, Kloss, Wisconsin teenager missing since October has been found alive..
"sundance institute" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Sundance institute announcing the addition of leaving Neverland to its lineup Jackson was acquitted of molestation charges in two thousand and five. The boys are now men in their thirties who claim they began long running relationships with Jackson at ages seven and ten his estate calls. The film a lurid production and a pathetic attempt to explain it in cash in on the memory of the king. Some in Hollywood unhappy happy with a high profile hiring more on that from Jason Nathanson. Former Pixar and Disney animation had John Lasseter who stepped down last year amid misconduct. Allegations has a new job, he'll oversee sky dance, animation sky dance media makes the mission impossible movies among others. The times have organization blasted the hiring saying it perpetuates a broken system by giving another position of power to a man repeatedly accused of sexual harassment in the workplace sky. Dan, says the decision was not made lightly Lassiter's acknowledged and apologized for his mistakes and over the past year has tried to address and reform them. Nineteen the tenth of January is your birthday here. Some of the names of entertainment you shared with Passaic raised in fair lawn and south Brunswick, Donald Fagan of steely, Dan is seventy one you sold over one hundred million records, Ron stewardess seventy four morning. Green point Brooklyn raised in Lyndon Hurst, Long Island. She is the answer to the question whose video was the second to air on MTV pad Benetton sixty six today. Scorpions Michael Schenker. Sixty four sunny came home to wish singer, Shawn Colvin. A happy sixty third birthday played Charlotte's husband on sex and the city New York City born actor heaven handlers, fifty eight. The double nickel for crash test. Dummies singer brand Roberts Trini Alvarado is fifty two shinedown singer Brent Smith is forty one. He was twelve and criss cross had their head jumps down rapper. Chris Smith is forty entertainment and thirty eight past every hour on ten ten wins. Now more than ever you need news. You can trust lock it into ten ten wins. New York's number one all news station. News all the time. This is Janelle. You give us twenty two minutes. We'll give you the world. Good morning. Thirty three degrees and three forty on this Thursday the tenth of January, I'm lane journey. And here's what's happening. Highrise construction debris comes some bling down and crashing through the roof of a smaller apartment building below on the upper east side, President Trump heading to the southern border today after Democrats he threw a temper tantrum and stormed out of a meeting with them. Ending the government shutdown yesterday, mayor de Blasio looking for some attention from national Democrats. He's headed out on the road about all the money. Spent ahead of the L train shut down which is not going to happen. Some city officials want some of that money back. Thank you weather says winning told some clouds today with IOT thirty-seven in midtown. I'm Harris Allen, the new head coach of the jets will the former dolphins coach Adam gays the next up the hawks one six hundred one hundred Rutgers surprised Elias date and Seton Hall nip Butler, Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg weekly updates on new unemployment claims, consumer comfort and mortgage. Interest rates will get investor's attention today wins news time three forty one..
"sundance institute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"But she communicated in the way she best knew how she is a filmmaker and she has a director and the way that she knew to prove her point was to show not towel. She was like, fine. Let me show you this needs to be a future, and she was absolutely right. And did we have in our budget right then and there? No. Did we find it? Yes. I think that trust yourself, trust your instincts, trust your gut. If the project was meant to be in the way shape and form, you want it to be like things will align the people around. You will find a way to support you and you know, we, I, I'm so happy. She did that. She's my new hero. Not my. Any thoughts? Leah. I think about the film called shirkers jerked by sandy tan and I, if for those who aren't familiar with shirkers, it's it is Sandy's a personal story of her and her friends several decades ago making a film under the guidance of a an older mentor, and and it's the experience of making this film together. And then what happens when that film falls apart and people are scattered or disappear and the way that the weight of that really how it sits upon sandy, it's a bit of a mystery and it certainly a again, it's a very emotional journey and it's it draws upon the film that was made. By them, many years ago shot on film and saddened cellular should say, and very alluring in its imagery and its composition in its colors and completely of gin of curiosity. Because what why have I not seen this film? Why does not exist? So I think on the basis of the original film materials and the sort of. Completely unusual story in itself that that that sugars tells sandy was able to receive some support from the Sundance institute and by way of their support, it led to meetings that she was taking and that's where I met with her first and the it. There's something very tantalizing again about the material self which she received. She received all these cans of film und- will they were wind felt them and had them then scanned and all at her own expense because it was something that, of course was extremely vital to her own life and she she sort of needed to to to see. But if she hadn't had any of those materials already, I don't think that it hearing about the story. It would have been quite as compelling, but do you see the the stills from from shirkers and you see her as as a teenage girl and. All of a sudden the sort of echoes across time just really intensify. And so the thing that happened is she gets some funding from Sundance and then she gets some funding from center as well. And that doesn't mean that she said she's still is working for herself against a the money that she put towards the film. She doesn't have so much more of that to to to draw from. So she ends. She had brought in an editor to help her with a sample. She had hired a DP to to help her shoot some some interviews and says she has this material and and find yourself all of a sudden it again, having processed some some of this material at a place where she, she needs to get an editor and really go forward with it. And at that point editor in consulting with had to take another job where there. Was enough money available for that editor because there make sense. So she's got limited resources. She's got no editor, but she has a close creative Claverie like relationship in place with. And instead of floundering, there was a lot of discussion about what alternatives she could take, and it was about looking at domes that had the kind of analogy and Terry, that and rhythm and energy that she wanted as much for her own foam and looking, of course, what who edited that who, who was a part of making that film and and then going next level and finding out who assisted those people and who are ready for another opportunity, but aren't necessarily also commanding the level of of a fee that you find with with very in demand experienced editors, and it was. Really, I think the key to the film's than sort of incredible progression..
How to be a top ten podcast; and how to make a great branded podcast
"In the latest poll news, charitable. If the piece about how to get into the top ten of the apple podcast charts with three case studies based on their analysis of the numbers ak- Suzy Warhurst spoke at next radio last week about how to make a great branded podcast. We linked to her talking among other things. She advises to keep branding low and to have promotional strategy. Yesterday, we reported incorrect information about Spotify measurements as heard on an industry podcast. Spotify actually measures listen in a way similar to the i. ABC's guidelines as long as you listen for sixty seconds or more than you count. They additionally give stream starts in the difference between the two shows how many listeners you lose within the first sixty seconds. We've updated the post and our podcast statistics article and we regret the error. Donna Hardwick has been announced as chief marketing officer appear. Rex podcasts have added Spotify, Stitcher chart rankings to there. Service. They also monitor apple podcasts and Google podcasts, adventure tomorrow, fees to be aware of in London. It's an audio train master class the best of British podcasts and what you can learn from them. It's ten quid to get in our noting that the apple itunes search API is currently stale. Many of the new podcast we linked to aunt appearing in the API search. Results are search engine is now also querying the listen notes API as well. And there are intriguing differences for many searches you new podcasts from Nancy WNYC's LGBTQ podcast BBC World Service in Sundance institute of premiered neighborhood. A five part audio series Acosta Kermode on film, and thank you to a man called Marco who became our subscriber. Number four thousand today. Here are good man
"sundance institute" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"I'm a win the first time you file that lawsuit there it's going to be public no matter what and it's already done anyway i'm assuming that they know you're going after them right now here we are yeah for forensic you're going to need some it's it's it's going to be the lawyer that puts it all together you're not going to go out on your own on this now not where the case of this magnitude you're gonna have to find a lawyer willing to represent you the story that we have that's it nine point five million dollars script have you sold scripts before but the first script that you right turns into a nine point five million dollars sale who is being someone else obviously he's being given a credit was it a major screenwriter that's being given credit for this so it's so it's an unknown screenwriter that is giving credited and it went for nine and a half million dollars a lot going on with this one i'll bet i'll bet anyway you're going to need i'll tell you i'll tell you that they got filtered through the sundance institute so that's what's going on there's a lot of behind the scenes of things going on and people don't know this is happening but okay willing to do it was that simple her maybe i'm wrong you know not having been in many films and certainly having written a screenplay anytime soon or anytime in the near past.
"sundance institute" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm a win the first time you file that lawsuit there's it's going to be public no matter what and it's already done anyway i'm assuming that they know you're going after them right now they don't that's the thing i just kind of want to keep it under wraps because it's kinda wanna be like hey guys here we are yeah for forensic but you're going to need someone it's it's it's going to be the lawyer that puts it all together you're not going to go on your own on this now with the case of this magnitude you're gonna have to find a lawyer that's willing to represent you the story that we have nine point five million dollar script have you sold scripts before now i don't know what they're dealing with the first script that you right turns into a nine point five million dollars sale who is being someone else obviously he's being given credit was it a major screenwriter that's being given credit for this so it's so it's an unknown screenwriter that is giving credited and it went for nine and a half million dollars there's a lot going on with this one i'll tell you this it got filtered through the sundance institute so that's what's going on there's a lot of behind the scenes and things going on and people don't know this is happening but okay that's willing to do it was that simple maybe i'm wrong i haven't been in many films and certainly having written a screenplay anytime soon or anytime in the near past.
"sundance institute" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"I'm a win the first time you file that lawsuit there it's going to be public no matter what and it's already done anyway i'm assuming that they know you're going after them that's just kind of want to keep it under wraps because it just kind of want to be like does here we are so you're gonna forensic are you gonna need some it's it's it's going to be the lawyer that puts it all together you're not gonna go out on your own on this not not with a case of this magnitude you're gonna have to find a lawyer that's willing to represent you the story that we have nine point five million dollar script have you sold scripts before like i don't know what they're doing but the first script that you right turns into a nine point five million dollar sale who is being someone else is being given a credit was in a major screenwriter that's being given credit for this so it's so it's an unknown screenwriter that is given credited and it went for nine and a half million dollars going on with this one i'll bet i'll bet anyway you're going to need your i'll tell you this it got filtered through the sundance institute so that's what's going on there's a lot of behind the scenes of things going on and people don't know this is happening but okay that's willing to do it is that simple maybe i'm wrong not having been in many films in certainly having written a screenplay anytime soon or anytime in the near past.
"sundance institute" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"I'm a win the first time you file that lawsuit there it's going to be public no matter what and it's already done anyway i'm assuming that they know you're going after them right now here we are yeah forensic you need someone it's it's it's going to be the lawyer that puts it all together you're not gonna go out on your own on this now not where the case of this magnitude you're gonna have to find a lawyer that's willing to represent you the story that we have nine point five million dollar script have you sold scripts before i don't know what they're doing with the first script that you right turns into a nine point five million dollars sale who is being someone else obviously he's being given a credit was in a major screenwriter that's being given credit for this so it's so it's an unknown screenwriter that is giving credited and it went for nine and a half million dollars there's a lot going on with this one i'll tell you that they got filtered to the sundance institute so that's what's going on there's a lot of behind the scenes of things going on and people don't know this is happening but okay that's willing to do it sound simple her maybe i'm wrong you know not i haven't been in many films and certainly having written a screenplay anytime soon or anytime in the near past.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Oh shit so wasn't art i don't know that's and that's who we suspected and then he got excommunicated from zeo is rolling around dressed up like well now he got in trouble for like having he got in trouble for like bringing weed or some shit and so and so then our mind we were like you see there got shit on them so the way he's gonna get out of it like it was like a fucking rico case or some shit right it's a good movie i think it's a good move village i think it's a good movie it's just i think people i think it hit people at a time when they were just like tired of his twist endings yeah but i thought it was a better twist ending them fucking sign yeah definitely oh signs gets a pass because it's just like where it fell in his career and then the village gets hated on i think too much but like it's the message behind his so solid yeah no for i met somebody who passed out in the theater watching signs because it was too intense for them that and i will never respect that person yeah that would be dumb and it was the part where the alien walks by behind the camera in the birthday party they will shout out to my personal literally they said they seized up like not how to seizure but just like ten step and then just passed out and then to stop the fucking movie so the paramedics take this person who couldn't handle an alien walking by home video of a birthday party shot up to my boy dean dubs who i met very very dope youtuber amendment to sundance institute we met because he everyone's introducing themselves and he said i saw the movie signs and i wanted to make movies and busted out laughing.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Together in a multidisciplinary program for the first time aiming to benefit artists through cross pollination oddly sexual composers will apply to the program as a whole and will then be assigned either fiction or documentary project to work on during the lab in the coolest part is that the lab which will take place in july is at the skywalker sound complex i guess you could call it in marin county california which is where i'm from it's part of sundance institute's film music program which gives composers directors firsthand experience with a collaborative process nurture the development of music and film if you remember but i did a podcast back in the fall about what is a film fellowship and why should you do on with three filmmakers who'd been through several of these labs and fellowship programs one of them actually was a podcast guest on her own suba fully on who was here for who streets and then she rejoined the podcast for this group conversation and she she had done this the sundance film music and sound design lab so that was the first time i heard about it she talks a little bit about it on that episode and it sounds amazing it's like especially if you're sort of an under resource starting out indie filmmaker suddenly you get access to the skywalker you know labs and all of this like the state of the art tools every instrument every every thing you could possibly want to design the sound for your movie that sounds like just the super coolest experience to sit in there once.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"Documents recreate of producing fellowship and lab the deadline for that is february the fifteenth which is next thursday the sundance institute will choose five emerging producers with projects in production or postproduction to attend the creative producing lab and be part of a year long mentorship programme sundance says the core of the creative producing program arts labs that identify nurture the independent producer there are three different producing labs throughout the year depending on your area of focus documentary feature film and native and also with a dead on on february 15th are the any artworks grants a competitive initiative from the national endowment of the arts awards ranged from ten thousand to one hundred thousand dollars and must have a 501 c3 organization that can apply to this means that fiscal sponsors do not count the national endowment for the arts is committed to support activities that reflect the dynamic diverse and evolving nature of the media hartsfield so think new media and vr jax because their highly encouraged applicants may apply in the art works categoryfour media art projects that support creation exhibition education and distribution of historic and contemporary art works in all john rosen forms that use electronic media film and technology analog and digital old and new as an artistic medium or a medium to broaden arts appreciation and awareness of any discipline all jonah's are welcome to apply in all phases of project support are eligible and up next we have a couple festival deadlines the first is rooftop films which has a late deadline of this friday february knife uh how many times have we at no spill school told you to submit to this festival throughly great and it takes place on surprise various rooftops throughout the summer in new york city and every filmmaker who submits a film will receive two free tickets to the 2018 rooftop film summer series which is a thirty dollars value ram you would get that by submitting the film any artists whose work is selected.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Making that work and so this theater town you at a hard time now i know i said i was a you know so so i ended up going to i ended up getting a job in the film business i worked at the sundance institute and so that was mouth the screenwriting labs right yeah whoa a for a time we were doing those labs and other countries for screenwriter's in those countries including uh there was a an annual lab in oaxaca mexico um uh and and so my first job in the film business was traveling mostly throughout latin america uh working with uh screenwriter's there filmmakers going to taking a american independence screen writers and filmmakers and bringing than there in sort of a cultural exchange bringing films that had been at the sundance film festival and showing them at the have anna film festival in december every year and so that was that was my introduction of the film business and those were the writers who i got to know in my early days when i was toying with the idea of writing movies instead of plays um those are the writers who uh gave me a bit of schooling of of what the jobless like not what the craft was like but what the job was like and it and that i got more out of those conversations than i am i did it theater school i that i got of other stuff it theater school but but but the but the daytoday what the job is was was was through these interactions you wound up having a movie made in two thousand seven yes cleaner i was a speck that was that was so for it for those that were i wrote the i was the guy in the coffee shop.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"You can also meet like you know programmers in people that are heavily involved in the sundance institute which is actually i overheard a volunteer talking about how this was going to be here last year because next you she's going to be here with a film so it's it's kind of like a a really could if sunday it's is the place that you want to your fat your movie to premiere in than uh definitely consider volunteering arriving tomorrow is or today actually on wednesday jenner train iv is volunteer appreciation day for sundance so i think they also are entitled to private screenings for themselves and things of that nature there was a shout out cool them the other day after that sundance trailer that we receive before every screening awesome shadow to the it is really impressive that the way those volunteers are managed i mean i can't imagine being tired of over two thousand volunteers that are spread out oliver park city that don't really know what's going on this it's impressive and if you do volunteer let us know we'd love to hear about it may maybe right right it up for now found school and also bring some really warm staff because a lot of those volunteer suckers are standing out in the snow speaking of the snow i think also one of the reasons it was kind of easier to manage this year's because there was a lot less snow i don't know if you remember us talking about it last year but it was a salah again there were power outages and bus breakdowns in all kinds of stuff this year when we landed there was like no snow on the ground and it was kind of shocking then we got dumped on which you know i don't know i definitely in terms of buzz on the street obviously a lot of people are here to ski and snowboard in those people were so bummed apparently even after the snow there wasn't enough of a base for real lake real kind of good skis snowboard sessions and come as if you look up on the slopes they looked really empty it's only beautiful seeing ski lifts without people on them still going up and down observed the other day was very ghostly avert creepy beautiful liliya beverage they rearended i think it was a high of forty eight degrees or some lives.
"sundance institute" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Any will you choose to play then i show off my parents they show off convincing you on stage and i haven't yet if they're no pressure but go back to the states i can't let them like on ice tough italy as though is but let me ask you if we goes on i want to ask you something sure 'cause i know europe europe europe so imbued in film and soap sort of sort of saturated movies an an and the history what do you think is going to happen in the next ten fifteen years or well i don't know i mean i don't see i don't agree with the doom and gloom people who say that movie theaters are going to disappear or the idea of moviegoing is going to vanish from our lives i think people like going out to the movies still it's an activity it's not just a you even if you could get the film at home shirt nice to be able to have a new film at home but you wanna stay home every night all the time and and where you're going to go on a date we're going to call just hang out with some friends where can you afford to go out the price of concerts is is is high the price of sporting events is high you can afford to go to the movies i think they're all those reasons that moviegoing is is is here to stay in one form or another and of course it it's the middle we all notes the middle range movies they're in trouble on the indy's that always have to struggle to get people to go out and see them but they are there and people still find a way and the specialty movie chains in the specialized movie theaters are alive and well as we learnt every euro we go to the art house convergence was mosser by it's a it's a it's a conference sponsored by sundance institute inc leads into sundance its four after for the sundance vessel tarnoff and there were like six hundred people there at an earlier this year was the most they never had a people who own little singlescreen movie theaters in communities where people kiss their feet because it's the only place within twenty five miles where they can see an indy film of foreign film documentary and right so they're still out there doing it.
"sundance institute" Discussed on X96
"Interviewer annemarie los acute who was sitting on his lap they would do it better if you did the show topless he said you usually show a lot more cleavage than this what's the story why are you covering it up today lescure responded saying well it sunday morning that never stopped you before from getting those and then he's view so his but really getting your yeah get them a getting them out and showing them why are you trying to fool sunday morning audience you should be in church you should have that rows upon display putting and that this is all you can see this i watched a little bit of it today that never stopped before putting on a fake accent athletes also implied that she had breast implants they are very firm he said and then he grabs her and spin and squeezes her breasts and yeah it's he's he's pretty much a dog mr licht pretty much a dog jennifer garner you were good to divorce him i've been watching those videos and now i think to myself i'm i'm going to go and see him be batman nadal it's going to be tough for me the item because batman wouldn't do that no that was a hero he wouldn't do that and the sundance like him is batman no i liked them so i when i saw suicide squad i said i wanna see that batman go up against that joe earn a movie i wanna see that i like him as bit loose let me tell you who'd never do something like that who batman michael keaton your rate of sundance institute has joined the chorus of movieindustry groups speaking out against harvey weinstein i'm gonna stop saying the alleged sexual misconduct nia it nonetheless we have it on tape gives you this in a statement issued wednesday of sundance institute spokesman said we the film festival denounce in the strongest possible terms the behavior harvey weinstein as described by the growing number of women who bravely come forward the accusations are opponent profoundly disturbing we recognize the too often a pattern of abuse like this is one that.
"sundance institute" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"They play a pair friends whose individual dysfunctions make them perhaps the most functional roommate's in the history of tenancy cooper smith plays a record collector whose scam that of an awesome find and sample the third place in unmotivated tech luddite who is hunted down for unwittingly posting pictures of his ex girlfriend online naked pictures by the way who this movie is shot on super sixteen film and it has a distinct 70s nostalgia tatuape which actually let some challenges for defa when i sat down with him at sundance he remarked that stuff was so influential and i can't get away from it i'm trying to figure out how to shoot super sixteen and not have a 70s kind of vibe i'm sort of worried that it's impossible to get around it i'll also mentioned that the film was shot by dp ashley connor who we've had on the podcast when she shot the movie flames at tribeca earlier this year and she is super talented so i'm excited to see the movie takeaway emily we've got some exciting opportunity is coming up this week the first is a bbc world service and sundance institute podcast grant called neighbors and it's got a deadline of july thirty i the bbc and sundance institute are collaborating on a new nonfiction radio podcast series to launch in 2018 and they want to hear from you they're seeking creative and embittered storytelling on the theme of neighbors documentary storytellers are invited to submit basic proposals for englishlanguage audio episodes of thirty or sixty minutes with accompanying to to four minute visual stories such a short films or animation's.