Sundance Annual Cinetic Party

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by Sydney Levine
January 23, 2014 2:50 PM
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The Annual Sundance Cinetic Party, held at ZOOM is THE party of the festival where all of the movers and shakers of the festival are under one roof, dancing and letting loose. From Film Financiers, to buyers, sellers, distributors, filmmakers... you name it!  Below are photos from the evening featuring John Sloss, Founder of Cinetic with Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight), Richard Linklater (Director, Boyhood, Before Midnight), Jonathan Sehring (Producer Boys Don't Cry), Alex Gibney (Documentary Filmmaker), Samuel Hadida (Worldwide distributor) and many many more.

John Sloss and Ethan Hawke
Richard Linklater and John Sloss
Richard Linklater, John Sloss, Jonathan Sehring


About Cinetic

The firm specializes in film finance, sales, distribution, talent management, and corporate consulting, occupying a unique position in the film industry as representatives of marquee talent at the intersection of financing and distribution. They have unparalleled track record for securing aggressive US distribution deals on behalf of independent film producers as well as international sales agents.  They are responsible for the majority of the most significant sales born out of major film festivals around the world, as well as high profile cable, video and digital sales. Recent projects include Life Itself and Before Midnight.


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2 Comments

  • Reed Martin | January 26, 2014 4:14 PMReply

    I think it's a gathering of those who do business together at the expense of the 'indie filmmaker'. John, Jonathan, Richard, Ethan. Only Eammon, Arianna and Tom Quinn are missing from this lodge fest. "Sure we'll take 15% of your 500k as you figure out how to pay those owed the remaining 500k minus the fifteen, plus accountant, LLC, other costs of doing business (publicist, don't forget her), missed work & deliverables. Smiles today. VOD awaits. No poster. No dvd. No commercial. No print ad. Thanks for everything. Thank you Robert.

  • Plundered & Tossed | January 24, 2014 1:27 AMReply

    Is this a news article?

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