The Film Pasture Goes to Sundance

by Pat McDonnell · January 28, 2013 · Featured, Podcasts · 1 Comment

pastureThis special episode focuses on the just-finished 2003 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT.  With over 40,000 attendees, you know there was bound to be at least a few LAMBs there.  We talk to Shala Thomas from Life Between Films about her Sundance experiences: how she approaches the fest, where to go and (of course) what her favorite films were.

I hope to do more mini-episodes like this so if you have a film festival or another timely film event you’d like to talk about, let me know at thefilmpasture@verizon.net.  And keep an eye on The Film Pasture twitter feed because if big film news breaks, I may just ask a couple of LAMBs to come on-line and discuss it.

We return to our regularly scheduled episodes this Wednesday.

Download the latest episode on iTunes or Podomatic now!

One Response to The Film Pasture Goes to Sundance

  1. Joel says:

    Great show guys I hope we can have a LAMB delegation in Sundance within a couple of years.

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