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The Sundance Film Festival is about to start [January 19th – January 29th] and like many this year, I won’t be able to attend it.

Luckily, the festival has a Livestream channel that will cover ten events you will be able to watch wherever you are in the world:

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If you would like to RSVP to any of these events, can click here.

I wish that more panels were livestreamed and that would be something I would spend couple of bucks on to watch.

It’s hard for me to understand why a structure like Sundance doesn’t offer a better coverage of their festival with a monetized the system (at a decent prize) all the while making thousands and thousands of independent filmmakers happy by giving them the opportunity to watch and learn…

(I also wish their website was user-friendly, and that never seem to happen either. (There is a survey to give your opinion about the website and I actually left it because they even managed to make the more complicated and annoying survey ever.))

In the meantime, go RSVP for the events you’d like to  follow and enjoy a mini-Sundance experience.

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By mentorless| 1 Comment | Acting and Actors, Cinematography and Cinematographers, Contest and Festivals, Directing and Directors, Filmmakers Tools, Social Media, Writing and Writers

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