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Live Stream Today’s Sundance x Adobe Fellows Spotlight Panel

IndieWire has partnered with Sundance Film Festival presenting sponsor Adobe to host several panels at the Adobe on Main space. The last of these will take place today, January 21, at 11 a.m. MT. It’s called New Voices in Film: Sundance x Adobe Fellows Spotlight, and it’s moderated by IndieWire Executive Editor, Craft and Special Projects, Chris O’Falt. Speakers Gerardo Coello, Gabriela Ortega, Iliana Sosa, and Sean Wang will discuss their latest projects, creative processes, and their unique stories shaping the future of film.

If you can’t make it in person, IndieWire will be live streaming the panel right here.

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Coello is a 2018 Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellow director/screenwriter whose short film “Viaje de Negocios” is debuting at 2024 Sundance. Ortega, one of the 2023 Sundance Women to Watch x Adobe Fellows, is the producer and actor behind short film “Border Hopper.” Sosa, a 2020 Sundance Women to Watch x Adobe Fellow, directed episodic debut “God Save Texas: La Frontera.” Wang, a 2020 Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellow, wrote and produced feature “Dìdi,” which is premiering in the U.S. Dramatic Competition program.

The 2024 Sundance Film Festival runs January 18–28, with festival talks taking place January 19–26. In addition to IndieWire’s slate with Adobe, the festival boasts speaker events from Steven Soderbergh, Jesse Eisenberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sue Bird, Lucy Lawless, Nzingha Stewart, and Debra Granik, who also serves on the festival jury. For the 40th edition of the festival, alums like Richard Linklater, Dawn Porter, Miguel Arteta, and Christine Vachon will participate in “Power of Story: Four Decades of Taking Chances,” a talk about the importance of independent filmmaking.

Adobe will continue hosting other events as well until Monday, January 22. You can sign up to join Adobe’s other events at the link here: RSVP to gain access to the Adobe space here.

And check out all that’s offered at the Adobe Live YouTube Channel.

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