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Eric Branco | I AM Clemency

#SundanceMasters Eric Branco is the Director of Photography of Sundance Grand Jury Winning film Clemency directed by Chinonye Chukwu— the first African-American female director to win the award. Branco discusses his creative collaboration with Chukwu and how he brought her vision to life by using a character-driven approach.

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Justin Chon: I AM Ms. Purple

#SundanceMasters Justin Chon is one of Sundance’s favourite directors. His second feature Gook premiered to critical acclaim, winning the Sundance Audience Award in 2017. Chon discusses his latest film Ms. Purple and his rise from Twilight actor to bonafide auteur.

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Miranda Tapsell: Top End Wedding

#SundanceMasters Miranda Tapsell is the Producer, Writer and lead Actor in Sundance premiere romantic comedy Top End Wedding, directed by Australian director Wayne Blair of The Sapphires (2012). Tapsell is one of only a handful of female indigenous writer/actors in Australia and she’s ready to the screen on fire.

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I AM Raymund Ribay Gutierrez

Introducing break-out 25-year-old auteur filmmaker from the Phillipines, Ray Ribay Guiterrez, who is the first Filipino director to be nominated twice for the Palme d’Or Short Film Prize.

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I AM ELO: Celine & Logan

Celine Held and Logan George are the Brooklyn-based husband and wife duo behind Palme d’Or-nominated short Caroline—the only US entry to be accepted as part of the Cannes Shorts Competition this year. Discover their journey to financing their first feature.

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I AM Paul Dano: Wildlife

Award-winning Actor, Writer, and Director Paul Dano shares his first-time filmmaker insights from his debut feature, Wildlife, co-written with his partner, Zowie Kazan, detailing what it really took to make his first feature film.

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I AM Wanuri Rahiu: Rafiki

Rafiki directed by Wanuri Kahiu, is the first Kenyan film to depict an LGBT romance on the big screen, and to be accepted by the Cannes Film Festival; where they received a 10-minute standing ovation.

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I AM Charles Williams: All These Creatures

Australian filmmaker Charles Williams has won the coveted Palme d’Or top prize in the short film category at the 71st edition of the Cannes Film Festival, with his 13-minute drama All These Creatures.

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