Recap Day 8: 2020 Sundance Film Festival

Yesterday, we invited the Festival community to take part in something extra special—a ritual as aged as storytelling itself. Just after dusk, led by drummers from the Ute tribe, we gathered around a bonfire to welcome the begin of a new decade and dream of our imagined futures. Elsewhere, Falling writer/director/actor Viggo Mortensen joined us for another enriching Power of Story panel, ZZ Ward performed at the ASCAP Music Café, and Festivalgoers experienced the groundbreaking Anti-Gone, a New Frontier piece that’s part theatre, part videogame.

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