Kara Visits Sundance: MySpace, Main Street and Our Very Own Celeb Tour Guide
While at the Sundance Film Festival, I took a little tour of Park City, Utah, visiting with Chris DeWolfe and Dani Dudeck of MySpace and Sundance’s digital guru Ian Calderon and trudging up Main Street with my celebrity tour guide, Jane Lynch (who is about as hysterical as you get in “Best in Show” and “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”).
This is my third year at Sundance, where I moderate tech panels for the independent film festival.
Obviously, issues related to technology are becoming ever larger for the film community and most especially for the independent filmmakers, as they seek to get their material wider distribution than Hollywood’s current chokehold system provides.
The Sundance Film Festival is held annually in Park City and focuses on screenings of new indie films. Still, Sundance has been expanding additional offerings in the digital arena with panels throughout the festival.
The panel I moderated (see video here) was about online video, called “Webolution!–Hollywood Adapts to the Web.”
Here’s the video: