Sundance Film Festival

Sundance 2013: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's DON JON Entertains

Sundance 2013: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's DON JON Entertains

Article by Cindy Maram
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THE RAID 2 Will Get Your Adrenaline Pumping [REVIEW]

THE RAID 2 is director Gareth Evan’s sequel to 2011′s THE RAID: REDEMPTION, which was released with international acclaim. Welsh born wrter/directer, Evans, had always been an action movie enthusiast. However, martial arts films were not common in Indonesia. In 2007, he directed a documentary about the…

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Sundance: Art, Film & New Media Collide at New Frontier

During the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Dig In Magazine took a trip to New Frontier, which showcased an intersection of art, film and new media. At Doug Aitkin’s “The Source,” Cindy Maram, Editor-in-Chief of Dig In Magazine, interviews Shari Frilot, Sundance Film Festival Senior Programmer and Curator…

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Director Richard Ray Perez on Docs & CESAR'S LAST FAST

At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, it was our pleasure to speak with ‘Cesar’s Last Fast’ director Richard Ray Perez regarding the life of American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights activist, Cesar Chavez. Perez discusses the importance of the documentary film genre and why he believes this…

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LISTEN UP PHILIP World Premiere | Sundance 2014 [PHOTOS]

Photos by Jonathan Shensa

Dig In Magazine was on the red carpet at Sundance Film Festival’s world premiere of ‘Listen Up Philip’ written and directed by Alex Ross Perry. The film stars Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss, Krysten Ritter, Josephine de La Baume and Jonathan Pryce to just name of…

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE Shatters Racial Stereotypes [REVIEW] | Sundance 2014

Article by Cindy Maram
Black power and militancy versus white supremacy, Black culture and identity, racial discrimination and stereotypes, commodification of blackness, interracial relationships, sexual discrimination, these are all themes that encompass the satirical film ‘Dear White People,’ which world premiered in the U.S. Dramatic category of the 2014…

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DEAR WHITE PEOPLE Talk Black Identity at Sundance [INTERVIEW]

Interview by Cindy Maram
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‘Dear White People’ is a racial satire about “being a black face in a white place.” I caught up with writer/director Justin Simien and a few of DWP’s cast members, Tessa Thompson, Teyonah Parris and Marque…

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