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Sundance Panel on Filmmaking Future Features Six Film School Deans

Topics to include impact of digital technology By DMN Staff Writer
The deans from six venerable film schools will gather here to discuss the during the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, on January 15 at 2 p.m. at the Buona Vita Restaurant.

"There are many issues facing the next generation of filmmakers," says Kodak's Gayle Barnes. "These deans are poised to face them and take them on through their educational programs. Every can benefit from what these deans have to say."

Deans from the American Film Institute (Carolyn Pfeiffer), Chapman University (Bob Bassett), Florida State University (Ray Fielding), University of California, Los Angeles (Robert Rosen), University of Southern California (Elizabeth Daley) and New York University (Mary Schmidt Campbell) will address the recent hype over digital filmmaking, diversity, the collaborative art of filmmaking, the responsibility of being a filmmaker, and what the impact of the future of the cinema, television and broadband will have on careers.

The panel is co-sponsored by Kodak and The Hollywood Reporter. A hosted reception will follow.

For more information, visit the Kodak student website at

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