Stella Artois & Deadline 2017 Sundance Film Festival Series: Women in Film Inspiring Social Change

Sunday, January 22, noon–1:00 p.m.
Stella Artois Filmmaker Lounge
364 Main St.

Join Stella Artois and Deadline for a panel paying special homage to women in film, as Stella Artois announces its new commitment to supporting female filmmakers through a partnership with the nonprofit organization Women in Film. The panel will feature Sundance Film Festival award-winning documentarian Crystal Moselle, who was commissioned by Stella Artois at the 2016 Festival to create Water Front, a three-part documentary series showcasing the impact of the global water crisis on women and their communities in Haiti, Kenya, and Peru.

Moderator: Dominic Patten, Deadline Hollywood Senior Editor

Cathy Schulman, President, Women in Film
Crystal Moselle, Director, Water Front
Daniela Taplin Lundberg, Producer, Patti Cake$
Rachel Shane, Executive Producer, Landline
Christine Vachon, Executive Producer, Lemon; Producer, Where Is Kyra?, Beatriz at Dinner, and Vox Lux

Panels are open to all Festival credential holders on a space-available basis.

Every day from Friday, January 20, through Sunday, January 22, at noon, join Stella Artois and Deadline at the Filmmaker Lounge for a live Q&A with the filmmakers and cast members of some of the Festival’s most prominent films.

Stella Artois and invite you to celebrate the launch of the 2017 “Buy A Lady A Drink” campaign at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Learn about the global water crisis and join our mission to provide access to clean water for 3.5 million people in the developing world.


Dominic Patten
Cathy Schulman
Crystal Moselle
Daniela Taplin Lundberg
Rachel Shane
Christine Vachon
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