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.
In 1985, Sundance Institute assumed creative and administrative control of the U.S. Film Festival, screening 86 films in 2 theatres.With 186 films in 9 theatres, 2014 will mark the 30th Festival and what better way to celebrate than exploring the history of the Sundance Film Festival.  Check out the brand spanking new Festival history page here.Poster courtesy of Sundance Institute Archives

In 1985, Sundance Institute assumed creative and administrative control of the U.S. Film Festival, screening 86 films in 2 theatres.

With 186 films in 9 theatres, 2014 will mark the 30th Festival and what better way to celebrate than exploring the history of the Sundance Film Festival.  Check out the brand spanking new Festival history page here.

Poster courtesy of Sundance Institute Archives

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