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Exploring a narrative revolution at the Power of Story panel

POWER OF STORY: MAKERS OF THE NEW NARRATIVE REVOLUTION

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In a world of ever-changing new media, we are reinventing storytelling as we know it. Join Terence Nance, Reggie Watts, John Gaeta, Stephanie Dinkins, and Sarah Ellis as they explore how artists are changing the narrative landscape in today’s Power of Story: Makers of the New Narrative Revolution, live-streaming at 2:30 p.m. MT.

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At the Festival? Try the eWaitlist to catch this panel in person.

A LOOK AT DAY TWO

Experience Day Two—check out yesterday’s highlights with our daily recap video and get all the details on the film premieres—plus photos so you don’t miss a thing.

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IN SUPPORT OF ARTISTS

As part of the Festival’s opening night celebration, we convened artists and audiences for a beautiful event celebrating groundbreaking voices. Our work as a nonprofit would not be possible without the support of contributors like the ones who attended An Artist at the Table. Their generosity allows us to help independent artists realize their creative visions and share their stories with the world.

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FEST FOR FREE TONIGHT

As a thank-you for supporting the independent stories of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, we have four free screenings lined up for you. Space is limited and access to each screening is granted via the eWaitlist only, so make sure you’re logged in and ready to join two hours before the film. Mark your calendar for all four screenings.

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The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley: Tonight, January 26, 11:45 p.m., Park Avenue Theatre (Park City)
Honey Boy: Sunday, January 27, 11:59 p.m., Tower Theatre (Salt Lake City)
TBA: Thursday, January 31, 11:59 p.m., Tower Theatre (Salt Lake City)
TBA: Friday, February 1, 11:30 p.m., Park Avenue Theatre (Park City

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Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization whose work to champion independent voices is made possible by the generous support of:

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Sundance Institute is a nonprofit organization that discovers and supports independent film, media, and theatre artists from the U.S. and around the world, and introduces audiences to their new work.

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