Creative Capital Awardees at Sundance Film Festival


Discover innovative films by Creative Capital Awardees showing at Sundance Film Festival from January 18-22, 2024, and attend the panel “How the Heck Do We Fund It” and a Seed&Spark Happy Hour on Sunday, January 21, 2024 in Park City, Utah.

How the Heck Do We Fund It Panel and Happy Hour
Sunday, January 21, 2024
1-2PM MST and 5-8PM MST

Join a panel discussion “How the Heck Do We Fund It” and a Happy Hour Mixer hosted by Seed&Spark, Kinema, and Creative Capital about the various ways creators can access funding. The panel includes Christine Kuan, President & Executive Director at Creative Capital; Tommy Oliver, Founder & CEO, Confluence Films; Aisha Goss, COO at Center for Cultural Power; and Megan Wells, Director, Development Exec. & Brand Entertainment Leader moderated by Emily Best, Seed&Spark.

Creative Capital Project Premiere: Ramona S. Diaz: And So It Begins
January 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 2024

Ramona S. Diaz’s 
(2019 Awardee) film And So It Begins chronicles the fight for democracy during the 2022 presidential race in the Philippines, showcasing the collective joy of a people’s movement as they fight against deepening threats to truth.

Creative Capital Project Premiere: Jules Rosskam: Desire Lines
January 22, 23, 25, 26, 2024

Jules Rosskam
 (2021 Awardee) makes his Sundance debut with his Creative Capital project Desire Lines. Past and present collide when an Iranian American trans man time-travels through an LGBTQ+ archive on a dizzying and erotic quest to unravel his own sexual desires.

Titus Kaphar: Exhibiting Forgiveness
January 20, 21, 23, 26, 2024

In Titus Kaphar’s (2015 Awardee) Exhibiting Forgiveness, a Black artist on the path to success is derailed by an unexpected visit from his estranged father, a recovering addict desperate to reconcile. Together, they struggle and learn that forgetting might be a greater challenge than forgiving.

Peter Sillen: Love Machina
January 19, 20, 23, 26, 2024

Peter Sillen’s (2005 Awardee) Love Machina chronicles Futurists Martine and Bina Rothblatt as they create humanoid A.I. named Bina48 in order  to transfer Bina’s consciousness into a robot.

Yance Ford: Power
January 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 2024

A cogent essay film inviting conscious engagement and reflection on a system of control that has gone largely unquestioned, Yance Ford’s (2012 Awardee) Power is a sweeping chronicle of the history and evolution of policing in the U.S.


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