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Industry Leaders Partner at Sundance 2014
At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival Adobe and HP expand on the strength and power of their partnership with multiple initiatives from live animation to working with top student filmmakers all leveraging the power of HP and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Sundance 2014: Dusty Grella & the Animation Hotline
Animator Dusty Grella explains his longstanding project the Animation Hotline and how it comes to life at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Creativity is Dusty's lifeblood and he explains why it is so important to his life and shares advice for aspiring creatives.
Sundance 2014: Klip Collective Brings Buildings to Life in New Ways
Ricardo Rivera and Kevin Ritchie describe Klip Collective, the group's innovative projection mapping art, including their installation at the Egyptian Theater for Sundance 2014.
Kekasih – Adobe Creative Tools from Pre-Viz to World Premiere
Diffan Norman reflects on the inspiration & workflow for his film, Kekasih, which had its world premiere in the Sundance 2014 Shorts Program.
Sundance 2014: Dig- Improved Efficiency with Creative Cloud
Dig (Sundance 2014) is the first film Robert Grigsby Wilson edited on Adobe Premiere Pro. Learn how the NLE improved his creative and post production workflows.
Last Days of Vietnam - Getting Archival Content Camera-Ready
Taylor Johns, associate producer of Last Days in Vietnam (Sundance 2014), shares how he used tools in Adobe Creative Cloud to incorporate a significant amount of archival content into the documentary.
Sundance 2014: Sterlin Harjo - This May Be the Last Time
Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo describes his 2014 Sundance entry "This May Be the Last Time." Using his grandfather's 1962 car accident as a starting point, the film explores a Muskogee Indian singing tradition that incorporates Scottish missionary songs, Christian hymns, and slave spirituals.
Sundance 2014: Drew Christie - Allergy to Originality
Drew Christie describes his animated short Allergy to Originality, what inspired the film, how he created it using natural media and digital tools, and how he became an illustrator and filmmaker.