Sustainable Filmmaking: Slamdance Polytechnic

Sustainable Filmmaking: Slamdance Polytechnic
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Slamdance Polytechnic promises to provide resources, practical information and learning opportunities together around the Slamdance Film Festival—giving those who are interested in the art of filmmaking a chance to go beyond simply viewing independent films at the festival and one step closer to successfully creating their own. … read more

Indie Filmmakers Assemble: Joe and Anthony Russo Return to Slamdance

Indie Filmmakers Assemble: Joe and Anthony Russo Return to Slamdance
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Before Joe and Anthony Russo became well-known directors by helming key episodes of Arrested Development and Community, and eventually taking the reins of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Civil War, the brothers were like most indie filmmakers—passionate, starving and driven. … read more

Two Sides of the Self: M/M at Slamdance

Two Sides of the Self: M/M at Slamdance
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M/M is a beautifully shot, modern and stylish film by director Drew Lint, and will show at the 2018 Slamdance Film Festival. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Rock Steady Row

Slamdance Film Review: Rock Steady Row
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In a world where society has collapsed, tuition has skyrocketed, fraternities have taken over and bicycles dominate the campus economy, one freshman is on a mission to retrieve his stolen bicycle. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Sunnyside

Slamdance Film Review: Sunnyside
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Two very eccentric, elderly men who are quasi-neighbors and buddies in Northern California—one a sound-designer, the other an anarcho-architect—go about their business, talking everything and anything with whatever Carbon happened to catch on film. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Fish Bones

Slamdance Film Review: Fish Bones
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Tenderly told and visually sublime, Joanne Mony Park’s Fish Bones closely follows Hana (Joony Kim), a Korean immigrant living in New York City, during her winter break. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Circus Ecuador

Slamdance Film Review: Circus Ecuador
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Circus Ecuador Slamdance Film Festival Director: Ashley Bishop and Jim Brassard Non-historical documentaries put so much faith in the unknown. Entering a situation with the hopes that it yields filmable,

Slamdance Film Review: Man on Fire

Slamdance Film Review: Man on Fire
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With information moving at unprecedented speeds and the concept of truth becoming increasingly distorted, definitive and drastic actions speak louder than ever. Such is the case with reverend Charles Moore, the subject of Joel Fendelman’s new documentary. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Ingrid

Slamdance Film Review: Ingrid
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After so many years of being an urban creative and mother, Ingrid Gipson traded her life in Texas to pursue a more lonesome one in Oklahoma, where she could surround herself with creative projects and nature, as well as her own independence and creativity. … read more

Slamdance Film Review: Human Affairs

Slamdance Film Review: Human Affairs
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Genevieve, a young French expat living a quiet Vermont life, travels to New York to make the first personal contact with Sidney and Lucinda, the couple for whom she is three months into surrogacy. … read more