John Cooper

This year the Sundance Film Festival arrives amidst significant social and political turnover.  A controversial president has completed one year in office and the #MeToo movement is making waves.  Rick Brough discussed all that with John Cooper, festival director:

ON today’s program Evelyn Lees has today’s Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Update. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber has a legislative preview. Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen and Transportation Manager Alfred Knotts have  traffic/transit suggestions for Sundance. Spokesman for US Ski and Snowboard Tom Kelly with an update and Sundance Film Festival Director John Cooper has a look ahead at Sundance 2018.

KPCW

Park City School Board member Phil Kaplan  reviews Tuesday's school board meeting, including the discussion about the school lunch program. Park City Municipal's Special Events Director Jenny Diersen and Transportation Manager Alfred Knotts, and Sundance Film Festival's Transportation Manager Davis Schoenfeld  talk about transportation preparations for Sundance.

Andy Martin

John Cooper, Keri Putnam and founder Robert Redford took to the stage at the Egyptian Theater on Main Street to talk about change, festival panels, the future of the festival and the power of story.

The full conference is posted below.

Sundance on the Weekend - January 19, 2014

Jan 19, 2014

All The Beautiful Things, We Are The Giant, Cold In July, The Foxy Merkins, Low Down, Hellion and Ivory Tower.

Sundance on the Weekend, hosted by KPCW's Rick Brough  and joined by Stacy Dymalski.

8:00 - 9:00 AM

9:00 - 10:00 AM

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All the Beautiful Things

As the Sundance Film Festival celebrates its 30th year, the team who produces the festival and all of the other programs of the Sundance Institute say sticking to the original mission has brought success and opportunity to take risks. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.