Be sure to plan a trip next winter to be in Park City, Utah next January attending the biggest film festival, The Sundance Film Festival. It has been instrumental in Utah’s major tourist attractions and is the ultimate gathering for content creators and envisioners to collaborate and show films and artistic pieces put together by theirs truly. The selection of films includes drama, documentaries, episodic content, and short films can all be viewed atThe Sundance Film Festival is an environment where bold, creative, and distinctive voices are celebrated and shared.
The festival also allows individuals to soak up new knowledge about the industry, asking questions and hearing renowned professionals speak on their experience, awards, and achievements. They host daily filmmaker conversations, panel discussions, and live music events. Sundance is relatively new, at just around 35 years young, and thriving. Hundreds of films have launched since then, receiving critical recognition and acclaim over the years, reaching new audiences and growing their fan base exponentially.
The festival is open to the public, with ticket prices starting around a fair $300. The boatload of beneficial information, enjoyable memories, and creative ideas to be made here has no limit and is simply waiting for you. Sundance Institute is also a non-profit and continues to give back to supporting communities and audiences. They recently brought free summer film screenings and discussions to parts of the state of Utah, in Salt Lake City, Park City, Ogden, St. George, and Coalville. Screenings in these cities also featured special guests, fun activities, delicious food, and many surprises. “I can’t think of a better way to spend the summer than sharing these great films made by talented artists with our friends and neighbors, all while surrounded by our state’s natural beauty,” said Betsy Wallace, Managing Director and CFO of Sundance Institute. “We’re proud of our year-round partnership with the state of Utah and always look forward to this opportunity to express our appreciation for our home state and the people we share it with.”
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Sundance Institute has a rich history of collaboration with technology companies that provide the resources and tools that are essential to artists and their creative processes. They have big-name corporate sponsors with their full fledged support including YouTube, Acura, Netflix, and The Wall Street Journal to name a few. Sundance Film Festival 2020 will take place from Thursday, January 23rd to Sunday, February 2nd. Click here to read more about ticket information and select packages available to purchase.