Earlier this year, emerging filmmaker Shahnaz Mahmud made her first ever trip to the iconic film festival to see what all the fuss was about.
In the final installment from Sundance, WeTalk host Ondi Timoner sparks a conversation with two innovative documentarians.
In the third episode from Sundance, Ondi Timoner is joined by the team behind the new documentary Shooting the Mafia.
Ondi Timoner is joined by the creative forces behind Before You Know It to discuss the highs and lows of independent filmmaking.
Ondi Timoner's WeTalk heads to the Sundance Film Festival for a discussion on how governments and corporations use and collect our online data.
Documentarian Jennifer Fox on the unconventional way she approached her first fiction film, the Gotham- and Spirit Award-nominated The Tale.
Cameron Yates on traveling the festival circuit with his film Chef Flynn, and his parallel trajectory with Sandi Tan's acclaimed documentary.
Two of the hottest new directors of 2018 sit down at the Sundance Film Festival to discuss their contrasting paths to success.
At the Kickstarter Lodge at Sundance, friends and fellow writer-directors Choe and Ahn have an unfiltered chat about film, family, festivals and more.
The internet's favorite no-budget filmmaker, John Wilson, explains why he was at Sundance this year, despite openly resenting the festival.