USC student Siena Oberman (left), assisting the VP of Paramount for Sundance, celebrates the successful Sundance Premiere of Tallulah with Producer Sophia Dilley of Route One Entertainment. Siena used to intern for Sophia and says Tallulah is one of many people’s Sundance favorites. The film stars Ellen Page and was bought by Netflix prior to the festival. It was made by an all female department head filmmaking team, reflecting Hollywood’s progression towards gender equality.
So it’s my official first day at Sundance, even though the festival kicked off yesterday… It was a long drive and super cold outside.
This year, I’ve decided to change up my video blogging or vlogging style and do reviews/interviews and cool s@!t, basically sharing what I like, encouraging you, the reader/viewer to share in my experience.
Here’s Chris Milk’s Sundance Institute webpage with more info. Sundance Institute New Frontier
Seriously, you guys, I was completely surrounded by the most beautiful sounds, making this piece an audibly and visually, interactive, captivating experience.
If you can read Chris Milk’s Artist Statement, I promise you it will be worth the strain.