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  • Interview

    How to Make a Sundance Indie Film

    The creators of “The One I Love” talk about the perks of working on an independent film, the ecosystem of the current film distribution landscape, and the freedom of working within limitations.

  • News

    Is Seattle Really the ‘Actors’ Paradise’?

    From Crewtopia to a deep bench of female filmmaking talent and plenty of opportunities, Seattle has earned its place on the cultural map with projects as disparate as “Laggies” and “Lucky Them”

  • News

    7 Sundance Films We’re Dying to See

    For the fest’s 30th anniversary, we’re looking forward to “Laggies,” “Wish I Was Here,” “The One I Love,” “Drunktown’s Finest,” “Obvious Child,” “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night,” and “Whiplash.”