Case Study: Me and You and Everyone We Know

Join the filmmakers, key cast, and crew as we peer behind the scenes of the digitally shot 2005 Sundance Dramatic Competition entry Me and You and Everyone We Know (an IFC Films production and release; directed by and starring Miranda July). Trace the key decisions that marked the film's development, production, and subsequent arrival at the Festival. What were the factors involved in shooting digitally? What were the limitations? How did anything so complicated and fabulous ever happen? Moderated by Bob Berney of Newmarket Films.

Note: no ticket is required for this event.


Bob Berney
Miranda July
As you use our Online Archives, please understand that the information presented from Festivals, Labs, and other activities is taken directly from official publications from each year. While this information is limited and doesn't necessarily represent the full list of participants (e.g. actors and crew), it is the list given to us by the main film/play/project contact at the time, based on the space restrictions of our publications. Each entry in the Online Archives is meant as a historical record of a particular film, play, or project at the time of its involvement with Sundance Institute. For this reason, we can only amend an entry if a name is misspelled, or if the entry does not correctly reflect the original publication. If you have questions or comments, please email [email protected]