Sundance headlines: Not going to Brooklyn
Ebbets Field Apartments, once home to the Brooklyn Dodgers and now home to thousands, is viewed from where second base would have been, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 in Brooklyn, N.Y. After decades without a professional sports team following the Dodgers move west, Brooklyn is hitting the major leagues again with a new arena and the Brooklyn Nets' NBA franchise. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
Here’s what’s being said online today in connection with the Sundance Film Festival:
• The Sundance Institute is denying a New York Post report that it is looking to start a festival-like event in Brooklyn, possibly in competition with the Tribeca Film Festival. [Entertainment Weekly]
• If you didn’t get your film into Sundance, don’t feel alone: There are plenty of others. [The New York Times]
• If you did get into Sundance, here’s some advice to make the most of it. [Fast Company]
• In praise of the Eccles Theatre. [Film School Rejects]
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