Sundance Institute Archives

Since 1981, Sundance Institute has supported thousands of independent film and theatre artists with its artist development programs and its annual Sundance Film Festival. The Sundance Institute Archives is dedicated to preserving and facilitating access to the work of these independent film and theatre artists and the material that documents their artistic processes in the creation of this work. Learn more or donate.
For Independence Day, we’re taking a look at five Sundance-supported films that embody the true ethos of independent filmmaking. From microscopic budgets to DIY directors, each of these filmmakers found a way to turn their creative visions into realities without breaking the bank.Check out more information on all five films including Kevin Smith’s Clerks and Jared Hess’ Napoleon Dynamite here. Happy Fourth of July! Photos by Sandria Miller and Fred Hayes

For Independence Day, we’re taking a look at five Sundance-supported films that embody the true ethos of independent filmmaking. From microscopic budgets to DIY directors, each of these filmmakers found a way to turn their creative visions into realities without breaking the bank.

Check out more information on all five films including Kevin Smith’s Clerks and Jared Hess’ Napoleon Dynamite here.

Happy Fourth of July!

Photos by Sandria Miller and Fred Hayes

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