• Sundance Jury Protest Film Screening Over Failure To Provide Captioning

    12 days ago - By Screen Rant

    A Sundance Film Festival jury walked out of a screening for Magazine Dreams over failure to provide closed captioning. One of the most famous film festivals in the world, Sundance is the largest independent film festival in the United States, and takes place annually in Salt Lake City, Utah. The festival began in August 1978 in an attempt to draw more filmmakers to Utah, and was taken over by the now-famous Sundance Institute in 1984. Each year, a jury is selected for each prize awarded at Sundance, including Feature Film, U.S. Documentary, and Short Film Program.
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  • Sundance Technical SNAFU Sees US Dramatic Jurors Exit ‘Magazine Dreams' Premiere

    Sundance Technical SNAFU Sees US Dramatic Jurors Exit ‘Magazine Dreams' Premiere

    12 days ago - By Deadline

    Sundance U.S. dramatic competition jury members - including Marlee Matlin- chose to leave after the festival fell short of providing proper captioning for deaf and hearing impaired audience members during the Eccles Theatre premiere of Magazine Dreams last night. Deadline hears that the jurors comprised of Matlin, Jeremy O. Harris and Eliza Hittman, plan to...
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