Today’s episode of the Daily Buzz at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival highlights a conversation with N. Bird Runningwater, Director of Native American and Indigenous Programs for Sundance Institute. Runningwater talks about Sundance Institute’s history and support for native filmmakers. We talk to Sundance alum and documentary director, Josh Fox and his latest film, HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE which talks about how to come to terms with the reality that our atmosphere is being damaged beyond the tipping point. We meet the director of the animation short film, DEER FLOWER by Kim Kangmin and conclude today’s edition of the show with a conversation with Ezra Edelman, the director of OJ: MADE IN AMERICA which tells the story of O.J. Simpson and explores how Simpson’s rise and fall was centered around two of America’s greatest fixations: race and celebrity.
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