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Party in a Box: The Story of the Sundance Film Festival
Lory Smith (au)
In 1978, Lory Smith had no idea that a routine job interview would land him a position working to promote what would soon become one of the most important independent film festivals in the U.S. The Sundance Film Festival attracts thousands of people each year; it has helped to elevate the status of independent film into a viable commercial force. This is a chronicle of the Festival from its humble beginnings to the present. In the early years, the setbacks & financial burdens nearly forced the festival out of existence. Yet, it somehow represented an idea that was too powerful to ignore -- movies shouldn’t be restricted to merely entertainment formulas. Here, 20 years into the festival, Smith takes a retrospective look at Sundance. Photos.
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