Sundance Institute Art House Project

Sundance Institute Art House Project. The Sundance Institute Art House Project is a national initiative that pairs the Institute and its Sundance Film Festival with 12 select art house cinemas across the country. Sundance Institute selected theatres that are recognized for quality film programming and commitment to building audiences for independent film at the local level. Local curators will program their own screening series of independent film classics and recent films from the Sundance Film Festival. Participating theatres include: Belcourt Theatre, Nashville, TN, (www.belcourt.org) Broadway Centre Cinemas, Salt Lake City, UT, (www.saltlakefilmsociety.org) Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline, MA, (www. coolidge.org) Enzian Theater, Orlando, FL, (www.enzian.org) International Film Series, Boulder, CO, (www.internationalfilmseries.com) Jacob Burns Film Center, Pleasantville, NY, (www.burnsfilmscenter.org) Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, MI, (www.michtheater. org) Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma City, OK, (www.okcmoa.org) Pickford Cinema, Bellingham, WA, (www.pickfordcinema.org) Rafael Film Center, San Rafael, CA, (www.cafilm.org) Ragtag Cinema, Columbia, MO, (www.ragtagfilm.com) Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville, ME, (www.railroadsquarecinema.com). Sundance Films Screening As Part of the Spring IFS Program: In the Shadow of the Moon, Strange Culture, For the Bible Tells Me So, Joe Strummer: The Future is Unwritten, Khadak, The Whole Shootin' Match

See also our coverage of the Sundance Institute Art House Project for 2007

See also our coverage of the Sundance Institute Art House Project for 2006