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.
On Cesar Chavez Day, learn more about the activist’s remarkable life and legacy with Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee’s 2014 Sundance Film Festival documentary, Cesar’s Last Fast.  Find out what inspired director Richard Ray Perez to make the film and why younger generations need to know Chavez’s story here.Using never-before-seen footage of Chavez during his fast and testimony from those closest to him, directors Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee weave together the larger story of his life, vision, and legacy.  Cesar’s Last Fast is a moving and definitive portrait of the leader of a people who became an American icon of struggle and freedom. Cesar’s Last Fast is screening at festivals across the country and opens in NYC and LA at the end of April - learn more here.Production still courtesy of Sundance Institute Archives

On Cesar Chavez Day, learn more about the activist’s remarkable life and legacy with Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee’s 2014 Sundance Film Festival documentary, Cesar’s Last Fast.  Find out what inspired director Richard Ray Perez to make the film and why younger generations need to know Chavez’s story here.

Using never-before-seen footage of Chavez during his fast and testimony from those closest to him, directors Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee weave together the larger story of his life, vision, and legacy.  Cesar’s Last Fast is a moving and definitive portrait of the leader of a people who became an American icon of struggle and freedom. 

Cesar’s Last Fast is screening at festivals across the country and opens in NYC and LA at the end of April - learn more here.

Production still courtesy of Sundance Institute Archives

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