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What's Run Time Got to Do with It?

While the industry proclaims its desperation for good scripts and new talent, the shorts programs at Sundance has been home to creativity in abundance, not to mention the early work of tomorrow’s most exciting filmmakers. Shorts are a form unto themselves, with structural challenges quite different from those of features. At the same time, they are often the precursors to longer work, and therein lies another trick of adaptation—from short to feature. Join Ryan Fleck, Kevin Everson, Cam Archer, Angela Robinson in a conversation about all things short—from raison d’être to taking the next step.

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Ryan Fleck
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Kevin Everson
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Cam Archer
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Angela Robinson
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