Slamdance Film Review: 1986

Slamdance Film Review: 1986
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Since every scene—regardless of real-world urgency—floats along like a waking dream, 1986 often feels like it’s missing a necessary bite. … read more

An Artistic Alliance: Slamdance’s Collaboration with the U of U Faculty and Film Students

An Artistic Alliance: Slamdance’s Collaboration with the U of U...
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The U of U’s appeal to collaborate with Slamdance came somewhat naturally, since they share an emphasis and passion for independent filmmaking. … read more

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

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