Party in a Box: The Story of the Sundance Film Festival
Producer of films like Thelma & Louise, Lory Smith was one of the founders of the Sundance Film Festival in 1978. He gives an insider's view of independent film-making since then, insights from today's film-makers, and a glimpse of an organisation that succeeded in changing cinematic history.
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