“Time will tell how it works,” said the actor-director-producer, “but we’re coming in very small. We’re here four days, we’re not bringing the full complement of Sundance – we’re bringing film and American music.” The festival debuts in April 2012 at the O2 arena.
March 25, 2011
Robert Redford Bringing Mini-Sundance to London
The Guardian (UK) 03/15/11
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