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Visit the Sundance Film Festival and expand your storytelling skills with this series of videos featuring the most compelling and timely talks and panels from recent fests.

This conversation recorded during the 2022 Sundance Film Festival convenes some of the most exciting, boundaryless artists from a wide cross-section of creative practices to identify the boxes artists can be confined to, how the culture shapes these boxes, and the freedom found in exploding them as well as to explore the future of cultural creation. Moderator and journalist Alex Jung speaks with multi-hyphenate artists Zackary Drucker (Transparent), Jeremy O. Harris (Slave Play), and Roberta Colindrez (Fun Home). The fearlessness of these transgressive visionaries is a testament to creative integrity and its unbreakable link to independence. The original title of this discussion was “Power of Story - Artists Unbound.”

The conversation with Roberta Colindrez was recorded separately, edited, and added to the main event recording.

Presented by Netflix.

Filmmaker / Artist / Producer
Zackary Drucker is an independent artist, filmmaker, and cultural producer. She has performed and exhibited her work in museums, galleries, and film festivals. more...
Writer / Creator
Jeremy O. Harris is the playwright and creator of the most Tony-nominated Broadway play ever, Slave Play. Jeremy co-wrote A24’s critically-acclaimed Zola with director Janicza Bravo. He has an overall deal with HBO and has worked on their hit series Euphoria. He is currently co-creating and co-showrunning an adaptation of Brit Bennett’s best-selling novel The Vanishing Half with Aziza Barnes at HBO. As an actor, Jeremy recently appeared on HBO Max’s Gossip Girl reimagining, and season two of Netflix’s Emily in Paris. more...
Actor / Writer
Roberta Colindrez — actor and writer. Stage: Fun Home (broadway), Hamlet (the Public Theater). TV: I Love Dick, the Deuce, Vida, A League of Their Own. Film: Cassandro, Ms. White Light more...

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