“Filmmaking can be a fine art.” ~ Terri Windling
The selections for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival have been announced, and they’re listed in Filmmaker Magazine and on Sundance’s website. Independent filmmakers covet being selected for this film festival, which was begun in 1978 as a way to bring more filmmakers to the State of Utah.
Last year, a new festival director was put into place, and although the name of the festival has changed over the years, the mission of discovering independent artists, remains the same. Here are just a few picks from several categories that will compete for “best of” awards:
U.S. Dramatic Competition
- Fruit Value
- In a World
- The Spectacular Now
U.S. Documentary Competition
- American Promise
- The Good Life
- Twenty Feet from Stardom
- Inequality for All
World Cinema Dramatic Competition
- Crystal Fairy
- There Will Come A Day
This winter’s festival will run from January 17 – 27th. To read the sixty-six selections, to purchase tickets and learn more about the Sundance Film Festival, held in Park City, Utah every year, please visit this site. http://bit.ly/TwQ6T .
Have a good weekend everyone. I am hoping to take in the Life of Pi at the local theatre.
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