The Local Sundance Institute screenings are back and better than ever


Free drive-in demonstrations at Utah Olympic Park. Photo courtesy of the Sundance Institute

Tell me a story.

More than ever, people around the world are connected through their life experiences. You have a story to tell. Since 1981, the Sundance Institute has provided a supportive space to learn how to share.

Celebrating our local community is an integral part of the Sundance Institute. We’ve missed the familiar, personal feeling of interacting with our friends and loyal supporters over the past year. This special place is an integral part of our history.



Park City may enjoy international fame as a world-class ski destination and home to the 2002 Olympics, but the collective effort that makes the Sundance Film Festival an international celebration of the most brilliant minds in the independent film industry is based on a solid partnership between Park City and Sundance Institute. We value the relationship we have had with the Park City community from the start.

To celebrate the reopening of our city, we are excited to present a bird’s eye view of this season’s exciting creative series of demonstrations and collaborations.



Among the many screenings throughout the year, we’re excited to host the summer iteration of the For the Locals program July 14-17, owning Utah Olympic Park and some of Salt Lake City‘s most influential and historic venues.

Enjoy our summer film program with well-known partnerships such as Arts Council Park City + Summit County, Christian Center of Park City, Craft Lake City, Dragonfli Media, Park City Film, Salt Lake City Arts Council, THE BLOCKS, and the Utah Film Center.

Visit us at the following summer events:
Latino Arts Festival in Park City
Salt Lake City Living Traditions Festival
Open Streets in downtown SLC
Damn those heels Queer Film Festival
Craft Lake City DIY Festival

Further event information can be found at https://www.sundance.org/sundancelocals.

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