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A Young Producer’s Sundance Photo Diary, Day Two

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in Festivals & Events, Sundance
on Jan 20, 2013

Here’s Day Two of my photo diary from the Sundance Film Festival! The quietness of Day One was gone as crowds took over Park City and Main Street, but there was something invigorating about the bustle and with the gorgeous sunny weather there were really no complaints.

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Good morning, Park City!

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iPhones to pass the time in line outside Eccles.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt speaks before the screening of his film Don Jon’s Addiction.

 

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Snuck into the Sundance Industry Office and found Shasta! Keeping it classy.

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Geeked out a little bit when I found postcards for Matt Porterfield’s I Used To Be Daker, which I worked on as a 2nd AD.

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Burger station for lunch!

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Eliza Hittman and her cast after the world premiere of It Felt Like Love, an absolutely fantastic film.

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Above: Jack Carneal, Kim Taylor, and Ned Oldham, all actors in the NEXT film I Used to Be Darker, perform a live show at the film’s after party. Below: Director Matt Porterfield listens with his cast and crew.

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