2022 Indigenous Non-Fiction Intensive

In recognizing the momentum happening in the documentary space, the Indigenous Program launched its inaugural Indigenous Non-Fiction Intensive. Its goal is to identify Indigenous artists creating formally bold and personal work and to support them with a grant and mentorship on a current edit of their short-form documentary films. Taking place virtually from July 27-29, it will provide a space for artists to experiment and receive feedback from the participating advisors and peers. The Indigenous Non-Fiction Intensive builds on Sundance’s commitment to documentary filmmaking through its DFP Fund and Labs.

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Colleen Thurston

Creative Advisor

Maya Daisy Hawke

Creative Advisor

Darol Olu Kae

Creative Advisor
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