Saturday, January 27, 2001

The Sundance Film Festival closes this weekend in Park City, Utah. Many aspiring filmmakers at the festival hoped that the internet would become the ultimate venue for promoting and viewing new films. But as the dot com economy weakens, dreams of cyberspace movie premieres fade. Reporter David D’arcy has the story.

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