IFP & Vimeo Celebrate Filmmakers and Storytellers at 2014 Sundance Film Festival
On Sunday night, IFP and Vimeo held a party to celebrate the thirteen films screening at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival that had first been developed at the IFP Labs, Project Forum or other IFP programs. IFP supported films included Appropriate Behavior, CAPTIVATED: The Trials of Pamela Smart, Cesar’s Last Fast, Dinosaur 13, Hellion, Little Accidents, Marmato, Memphis, Obvious Child, The Overnighters, Ping Pong Summer, Rich Hill and The Skeleton Twins. The Park City celebration also included many of the 45+ IFP alumni from previous years that were launching new work at the Sundance Film Festival. Joana Vicente, IFP and Made in NY Media Center Executive Director; Amy Dotson, IFP Deputy Director; Filmmaker Magazine’s Scott Macaulay and other IFP staff feted directors, production designers, editors, cast members and other industry guests who shared stories about their respective films.
Jennine Lanouette with IFP’s Executive Director Joana Vicente, and Filmmaker‘s Editor-in-Chief Scott Macaulay
Janicza Bravo (right), director of Gregory Go Boom (2014 Sundance Short Film Jury Award: U.S. Fiction) with guest
“25 New Faces of Independent Film” Lucas Leyva and Jillian Mayer flank IDFA DocLab’s Caspar Sonnen, IFP’s Amy Dotson and Leyva and Mayer’s Borscht Collective colleague Julian Yuri Rodriguez
Adele Romanski (Co-Producer, War Story) and Martha Stephens (Director, Land Ho!)
Savina Neirotti, director of the Venice Biennale College Cinema and Torino Film Lab, with Tim Sutton (Director, Memphis)