Join Sundance’s Tabitha Jackson and Keri Putnam as Special Guests on Screen Talk Live

Join Sundance’s Tabitha Jackson and Keri Putnam as Special Guests on Screen Talk Live

  • July 21, 2020
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IndieWire’s Screen Talk will go live again this week with two special guests from the film community. On Thursday, Sundance Institute director Keri Putnam and Sundance director Tabitha Jackson will join Screen Talk hosts Eric Kohn and Anne Thompson for a conversation about the many changes facing the film community. The recording will take place on Thursday at noon ET.

Register here to watch the event live and submit questions for the Q&A.

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Earlier this summer, Jackson addressed some of the ways the festival was preparing for its 2021 edition, including plans to make its program available in community cinemas around the world in addition to a physical event in Utah. The program will include an online component and virtual screenings.

This week’s episode will offer more details on those plans as well as some of the ways that the Sundance Institute has revised its mission to address the crises facing countless filmmakers.

This is the latest edition of Screen Talk Live, a monthly opportunity to watch and participate in the recording of the podcast that Kohn and Thompson have hosted since 2014. Other recent guests have included Cannes director Thierry Fremaux and TIFF director of programming Cameron Bailey.

Screen Talk is available on Apple PodcastsStitcher, and SoundcloudYou can subscribe here or via RSS. Share your feedback with Thompson and Kohn on Twitter or sound off in the comments. Browse previous installments here, review the show on Apple Podcasts and be sure to let us know if you’d like to hear the hosts address specific issues in upcoming editions of Screen Talk. Check out the rest of IndieWire’s podcasts on Apple Podcasts right here.

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