The 2002 Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 10-20 in Park City, Utah, has announced several special screenings.
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The Sundance Film Festival will present the third annual House of Docs Jan. 11-19 and third annual Gen-Y Studio Jan. 12-17.
The Sundance Institute has created an official sales office for the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 10-20. Coordinated in partnership with Film Finders, it will be located at the…
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Slamdance 2002 will open Jan. 11 in Park City, Utah, with the world premiere of director Alexandre Rockwell's "13 Moons," starring Steve Buscemi. Pic's ensemble cast includes Jennifer Beals, Peter…
The Sundance Institute will once again be at the top of the class today when the National Endowment for the Arts distribs more than $19 million in grant money.
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The winter months bring long nights to Estonia, but locals of this country, which borders on Latvia and Russia, get to enjoy the Black Nights -- that is, the Black Nights Film Festival, whose fifth…