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Swedish filmmakers Maria Loohufvud and Love Martinsen’s children had friends over when they received an email from the Sundance Film Festival
In a time of uncertainty, there is one thing that COVID-19 made clear: hybrid film festivals are the wave of the future. On August 3, Sundance
Like many of us struggling through the pandemic, Kizzy Corbett has turned to guided meditation to help manage her anxiety. But Corbett has more to
It is difficult to write about higher education or media studies in 2021, or anything actually, without invoking the C-word: COVID. Although we may
An omnibus project from the DCTV Youth Media Program , COVID Diaries NYC , which began airing March 9 on HBO, is exactly what its title implies—a
Can there be upsides in a global pandemic? COVID-19 has decimated huge swaths of the entertainment industry and led to massive unemployment, food
It’s been more than nine months since the deadly movement of COVID-19 from China to North America and Europe—and nearly every other continent—utterly
In October 2016, when my first son Gray was born in San Francisco, I became intensely aware of the relationship between children and screens. Would I
COVID-19 exposed and accentuated long-standing fault lines in our industry: a financial sustainability crisis, the absence of labor protections, and a growing movement to reconcile decades of structural inequities between white and Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) filmmakers and communities.