January 213:00 p.m. MT Power of Story Presented by Time Warner and Sundance Institute: How Docs Changed Change with panelists Nick Fraser, Sheila Nevins and Robert Redford, moderated by Soledad O’Brien. RSVP January 218:00 p.m. MT A Celebration of Music and Film featuring a performance by Ice-T with Chuck D and Grandmaster Caz. RSVP January 2210:00 p.m. MT TimesTalks at Cinema Café Presented by Chase SapphireSM with Spike Lee and Dee Rees. RSVP January 243:00 p.m. MT Celebrating Stories of Change project of Sundance Institute and The Skoll Foundation with Joia Mukherjee, Kief Davidson, Jehane Noujaim and Bunker Roy, moderated by Sally Osberg. RSVP January 249:00 p.m. MT Short Film Awards Ceremony . RSVP January 2510:00 a.m. MT TimesTalks at Cinema Café Presented by Chase SapphireSM with Julie Delpy and Parker Posey. RSVP January 269:45 p.m. MT Hit RECord at the Movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt . RSVP January 273:30 p.m. MT Power of Story Presented by Time Warner and Sundance Institute: In the Beginning with Stephen Gaghan, Anna Deavere Smith and Andrew Stanton, moderated by Caryn James. RSVP January 287:00 p.m. MT Awards Ceremony hosted by Parker Posey. RSVP
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If the behind the scenes isn’t your thing and are just interested in the movies then Sundance has you covered.
If you can’t make it to check out the premieres at the Sundance Film Festival every January, you now can watch streaming versions of Sundance movies, new and old, via six online outlets.
The Sundance Institute has partnered with distributor New Video to offer select Sundance films through six Web options: YouTube, Netflix, iTunes, Amazon, Hulu, Amazon and SundanceNOW. It’s uncertain what the price to watch these films will be.
Happy viewing and tweeting!