By Saga Elmotaseb What is going on with the world today? Why are we not taking better care of our planet? Do we not see and hear and read the catastrophes of climate change and the worsening effects it’s having on our planet? Acclaimed and Oscar® Nominated director Josh Fox (GASLAND) takes us on a world wide journey where he personally injects himself into regions … Continue reading Film Review Of “HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE”
By : Alystar McKenneh-O’Neil For Everyone.Net connects the future of the web with the little-known story of its birth. In 1989, 33-year-old computer programmer Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web and his visionary decision to make it a free and accessible resource sparked a global revolution in communication. Tim has declared internet access a human right and has called for an … Continue reading A Review Of the 2016 Sundance Film “For Everyone Net”
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited By Colleen Page Images by: Ann Marie Amick To say artist Peppina is both humble and wise is an understatement. Yes, she is very young, but unlike her counterparts there is a gentleness and profound compassion in the way she carries herself. Her music not only is compelling, but it also speaks to the soul. The Art Of … Continue reading Indie Songstress Peppina: An Artist With An Heart Of Gold
By: Vernon Nickerson Edited by: Colleen Page Images by: Filmmaker Sue Rowe The Art Of Monteque first met Filmmaker Sue Rowe during The 2016 Sundance Film Festival. She was absolutely charming and showed a profound passion for filmmaking, but little did we know at the time just how passionate about social issues she was. Filmmaker Sue Rowe, is a dramatic actress with depth … Continue reading Filmmaker Sue Rowe: Showing Wings Of Courage To Showcase A Violent Issue
Thunder Road Wins Grand Jury Prize Sundance Institute announced the jury prizes in short filmmaking at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The Short Film Grand Jury Prize, awarded to one film in the program of 72 short films selected from 8,712 submissions, went to Thunder Road by director and screenwriter Jim Cummings. The awards were presented at a ceremony in Park City, Utah; … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES SHORT FILM AWARDS FOR 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
Embrace of the Serpent by Ciro Guerra wins 2016 Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at 2016 Sundance Film Festival Writer/Director Mark Levinson (The Gold Bug Variations) and Co-Writers Darcy Brislin and Dyana Winkler (Bell) Receive Additional Support for Science-Based Projects New Award for Early-Stage TV/Online Series Announced Sundance Institute announced the awards for the most promising new independent films about science and technology, including Embrace of the Serpent directed … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES $60,000 IN SLOAN SCIENCE IN CINEMA AWARDS
Robert Redford the founder of The Sundance Film Festival is pretty sure this is the best Sundance Film Festival they’ve ever had, and he also knows that things have to change. “It’s not the films. The quality, is better than ever! It’s the size! I’m starting to hear some negative comments about how crowded it is and how difficult it is to get from venue to venue when … Continue reading Change Is Coming To The Sundance Film Festival
By: Mark Padilla WGN AMERICA PARTNERS WITH THE BLACKHOUSE FOUNDATION DURING THE 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL, IN CELEBRATION OF ‘UNDERGROUND,’ THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD ESCAPE THRILLER, FROM EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JOHN LEGEND AND CREATORS MISHA GREEN AND JOE POKASKI The event took place at Blackhouse’s Sundance headquarters located at the Buona Vita Restaurant, 804 Main Street, Park City, the exclusive “clips and conversation” panel event featured “Underground” … Continue reading The Revolution Of The Underground
By: Alystar McKenneh-O’Neill “Sonita” is the most important documentary of the 21st century. It is extremely well thought out, well shot, and enormous respect goes to Director Rokhsareh Ghaem Magham, who was forced to combine the subject of selling women and forced marriage, into her original subject matter of a woman rapper in Iran, to make an even more intriguing and important documentary than I think she … Continue reading 2016 Sundance Film Review: “Sonita”
The 2016 Sundance Film Festival has officially started. With an array of unique and cutting-edge voices tackling such controversial issues as gun control, abortion and the state of politics today; it is no wonder that this year’s 2016 Sundance Film Festival will be one that is truly unique. For 11 days the 2016 Sundance Film Festival will take those attending on a grand journey … Continue reading Sundance Film Festival 2016 Has Now Started!
72 Full-Scale Stories in Short Form will Inspire, Challenge, Engage and Entertain Audiences Sundance Institute announced today its full lineup of 72 short films that will leave a lasting impact on audiences long after the lights go up at their screenings at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Sundance and Ogden, Utah. Among the short films the Festival … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES SHORT FILM PROGRAM FOR 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
Premieres, Documentary Premieres, Spotlight, Sundance Kids and Special Events: Bright Stars, New Stories and Fest Favorites Round Out Robust Festival Program Sundance Institute has completed its feature film lineup for the 2016 Sundance Film Festival with the highly anticipated narratives, documentaries, episodic work and events in the Premieres, Documentary Premieres, Spotlight, Sundance Kids and Special Events sections. The Festival takes place January 21-31 in Park … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE COMPLETES FEATURE FILM LINEUP FOR 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
(1) #100humans, Credit: 8i; (2) theBlu: Encounter, Credit: Wevr; (3) Queen Rose Family (da Stories), Credit: Kalup Linzy Studio. A revolution a decade in the making, Sundance Institute celebrates the 10th Anniversary of its New Frontier program with an exhibition of new work at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, including immersive cinematic works, virtual reality installations, an extensive lineup of documentary and narrative mobile VR experiences … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE CELEBRATES NEW FRONTIER 10TH ANNIVERSARY AT 2016 FESTIVAL
(1) Morris from America, Credit: Sean McElwee; (2) The Lure, Credit: Robert Palka; (3) The Fits, Credit: Paul Yee. The Sundance Institute is offering a first look at the year ahead in independent film, culture and new ideas, Sundance Institute announced 65 films selected for the U.S. Competition, World Competition and out-of-competition NEXT category set to premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31 … Continue reading SUNDANCE INSTITUTE ANNOUNCES FILMS IN COMPETITION AND NEXT FOR 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL
Adrenaline junkies and genre film-lovers know the real fun at the Sundance Film Festival starts at midnight. Sundance Institute announces nine feature films that will screen in its iconic Midnight section at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. Which has launched films includingThe Blair Witch Project, SAW, Super Troopers, The Babadook, Black Dynamite, What We Do In The Shadows,Dead/Alive, Delicatessen, The Descent and Hard … Continue reading Director Rob Zombie’s Film 31 To have World Premiere At The 2016 Sundance Festival Midnight Section
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