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Sundance Film Festival: London Goes Online

The organizers of Sundance Film Festival: London, the U.K. iteration of the Park City indie pic fiesta, are to hold a boutique event online, running Aug. 7-9. Sundance London, organized by Sundance Institute and Picturehouse Cinemas, was due to run May 28-31, but was postponed due to the COVID pandemic. The festival will now present […]
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2021 Sundance Festival Will Take Place In 21 Cities

On Monday, Tabitha Jackson, the festival’s director, unveiled her preliminary plans for the 2021 edition, a gathering expected to take place under social distancing restrictions and with a Covid-19 vaccine still unavailable. It will simultaneously be held in Park City and at least 20 other locales: Exploratory talks are underway with independent cinemas in California, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Tennessee and Texas. Mexico City is also on the list. – The New York...
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Sundance Film Festival Exploring Major Changes as Coronavirus Still Looms

The 2021 edition of the Sundance Film Festival will include a combination of virtual screenings and physical events, a hybrid model that is growing increasingly popular during the coronavirus pandemic. In a note to staff, Tabitha Jackson, the newly minted festival director, acknowledged the difficulty of hosting the Park City, Utah event next January when […]
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Carla 2020 Director Says New Event with Amma Asante, Tabitha Jackson will Unpack Industry’s Intersectionality, Unconscious Bias (EXCLUSIVE)

A new conference out of Sweden hopes to start a dialogue around creating lasting structural changes across film and TV, uniting leaders such as Sundance director Tabitha Jackson and “Belle” and “A United Kingdom” filmmaker Amma Asante. Organized by Women in Film & Television International, in association with the Carl International Film Festival, Carla 2020 […]
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Amma Asante, Tabitha Jackson to Keynote New Carla Conference Examining Structural Change in Industry, Says Director (EXCLUSIVE)

A new conference out of Sweden hopes to start a dialogue around creating lasting structural changes across film and TV, uniting leaders such as Sundance director Tabitha Jackson and “Belle” and “A United Kingdom” filmmaker Amma Asante. Organized by Women in Film & Television International, in association with the Carl International Film Festival, Carla 2020 […]
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Sundance Film Festival Names Tabitha Jackson as Director

Filmmaker Tabitha Jackson has been named the incoming director of the Sundance Film Festival, succeeding outgoing director John Cooper. Sundance, America’s premiere festival and sales market for global independent film, elevates Jackson from her previous role as director of the Sundance Institute’s documentary film program. Cooper, who vacates the role after 11 years, has been […]
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Sundance Film Festival Announces Winners

The Sundance Film Festival awards are underway. The show kicked off with the announcement of festival director John Cooper’s replacement: Tabitha Jackson, formerly director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film program. As a Brit, going through Brexit yesterday, I felt something a little like grief, like I’d lost a whole continent. But today … I […]
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What to Watch at the 9th Annual DOC NYC

DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, returns for its ninth edition, from November 8-15 at the IFC Center in Greenwich Village and Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Cinepolis Chelsea. The 2018 festival includes 135 feature-length documentaries among an expanded program that includes 300 films and events overall. Included are 42 world premieres and 17 U.S. or North American premieres, with more than 500 doc makers and special guests expected in person to present their films or participate on p...
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New podcast series for the BBC World Service

The BBC World Service and Sundance Institute have announced a new collaboration to produce a series of radio documentaries and podcasts for launch in 2018. The partnership will allow for up to six new projects exploring the theme of ‘Neighbour’, with the resulting radio programmes airing on the BBC World Service, also available as podcasts, and accompanied by visual storytelling online. Mary Hockaday, Controller of BBC World Service English said: “We’re very excited about collaborating with Su...
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The Fifth Sense: Award Winning Director Alma Har'el Debuts New Short For i-D and Chanel

Award-winning, visionary director Alma Har’el unveils JellyWolf, a new short film for The Fifth Sense, a digital platform from i-D and CHANEL that explores the emotion of scent and the way it inspires female creativity. Har’el’s eight-minute piece stars actresses Kiersey Clemons and Lisa Bonet in a magical, realist version of downtown LA brought to life with beguiling special effects: the young Clemons sets out on a journey to discover her mythical spirit animal “JellyWolf” with the help of Bon...
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