Beginning at 7:30 p.m., interested viewers can tune in to the streams and consume cinema-related content for an hour.
“Even under these impossible circumstances artists are still finding paths to make bold and vital work in whatever ways they can,” first-year festival director Tabitha Jackson said in a statement. “So Sundance, as a festival of discovery, will bring that work to its first audiences in whatever ways we can. The core of our Festival in the form of an online platform and socially distanced cinematic experiences is responsive to the pandemic and gives us the opportunity to reach new audiences, safely, where they are.
“And thanks to a constellation of independent cinema communities across the U.S. we are not putting on our Festival alone,” she added. “At the heart of all this is a belief in the power of coming together, and the desire to preserve what makes a festival unique — a collaborative spirit, a collective energy, and a celebration of the art, artists, and ideas that leave us changed.”
Atlanta isn’t the only place in Georgia that will serve as a satellite screen. Macon with Macon Film Festival will do the same at the Douglass Theatre.
Eat, Drink & B-Indie: Sundance Film Festival in Atlanta
7:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 19
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