So What's It Like To Have Your Film Premiere At Sundance?

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by Sergio
January 22, 2013 3:49 PM
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Shaka King, left, producer Michael Matthews and cinematogrpaher Daniel Patterson on the Brooklyn set of 'Newlyweeds.
In case you haven't noticed, we've been posting lots of Sundance Film Festival news; of course, it's the first major film event of the year, which takes place every January.

But have you ever wondered what it's like to be one of the very fortunate few filmmakers to have your new film's world primere at Sundance, where all of the world's attention is on you, and your movie?

Just ask Shaka King whose film Newlyweeds premiered at Sundance last week. We posted an item with King discussing his film HERE 

But talking about your film and showing it for the first time to a paying audience, are two completely different things.

And so, to give you a very brief taste of the giddy excitement of what it's like, here's a short video chronicling King's and his cast's experiences at Sundance for the grand premiere of their film.

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