Sundance Labs Share Writing Advice Via Twitter


Today’s film support organizations are pretty amazing. Even if you can’t commit to an annual membership or aren’t in the position in your career to join one of their programs, the folks at Sundance, Tribeca and IFP make themselves readily available as valuable resources on the web. It’s really as easy as clicking the follow button on Twitter or Like button on Facebook.

Last night, artists and advisors of the newest Sundance Institute New Frontiers Story Lab class were sharing insightful advice from a story building session up in the beautiful Utah mountains. New Frontiers Story Lab “is the newest program at the Sundance Institute offering interdisciplinary support to artists working at the convergence of film, art, and new media technologies.” I had the opportunity to see one of the 2011 projects, QUESTION BRIDGE: BLACK MALES, a powerful multimedia piece exploring the identities of Black men at this year’s festival and am excited to see what will debut next.

Here are five of my favorites tweets from the evening.

  

 

 

 

 

Also from Twitter: Tribeca blasted a tweet earlier this week that they will be streaming their “Budget 101” panel tomorrow (Oct 25) at 6:30 EST.

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