Where Are They Now? Looking Back At Last Year's Class Of Black Films At Sundance

From Shadow and Act Thu Jan 17 2013, 14:19:58

The 2013 Sundance Film Festival is upon us folks. The first film festival of each year that many filmmakers work diligently to get their films into. Most don't make the final cut, and for those that do, it could mean the beginning of an extra special year! I don't think I'm going out on a limb when I say that for most filmmakers with feature films that are selected to screen at the festival, the goal, or at least, the hope, is that their entry make enough of a splash at the festival, gets picked up for distribution (sometime during the festival, or soon thereafter) after a bidding war, opens on 2000 screens later in the year, does well at the box...

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