When dozens of entertainment reporters from around the nation convene at 1 p.m. Thursday at Park City’s Egyptian Theater to hear Robert Redford’s briefing on the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, The Salt Lake Tribune’s own Sean P. Means will be at the heart of the event, which will be streamed live at sltrib.com.
Means, The Tribune’s film critic and a Sundance attendee for 20 years, will moderate the press discussion about the festival and Sundance Institute initiatives.
We’re proud of the expertise and experience Means brings to The Tribune, and his coverage of the festival will be the most comprehensive available.
Already, The Tribune has published numerous stories, blog posts, tweets and more about Sundance.
You can follow all the coverage by Means and the rest of The Tribune’s coverage team at www.sltrib.com/sundance.
Means and others also will continue to blog throughout the festival on the news organization’s Sundance blog.
Finally, this Trib Talk video chat moderated by Jennifer Napier-Pearce offers a primer on Sundance for new festival-goers as well as those who’ve attended before.
We know how important Sundance is to Utah and to the film industry and aim to reflect that in our coverage.
Take a look at our offerings, and enjoy the festival.
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