Sundance Kids

Friday, January 16, 2004

For those of us who don't make it out to Park City every January, the Sundance Festival is represented by the most popular films that emerge from its screens. But in the time between the lights coming up and going back down again, the attendees themselves get down to the real business of pitching scripts, making deals, and attending parties. Last year, our friend Cami Delavigne headed out to Sundance with a script in one hand, and a tape recorder in the other.

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