PARK CITY, UTAH -- Pop star Taylor Swift hugging a fan outside of Eccles Theater before the premier screening of her documentary, "Miss Americana" Jan 23, 2020 - Robert D. Cobb/INSC Media & Photography
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Sundance Film Festival: Five Takeaways From Taylor Swift’s Documentary Opening Night Premiere, “Miss Americana”

"When I get sad or humiliated or angry or mad, I feel that people are trying to lean in. You never did that.” Those were the words Taylor Swift told her director Lana Wilson on stage minutes after the premiere of her documentary, "Miss Americana" opening night at the Sundance Festival in front of a packed standing-room crowd at Eccles Theater in Park City, with hundreds of loyal fans waiting
Pictured L-R are ASL interpreter (standing); Moderater Britt Stephens, Celebrity & Entertainment Editor, Pop Sugar; Shoshannah Stern, Creator, Executive Producer, writer and star of Sundance TV’s This Close; Shanique Bonelli-Moore, Executive Director of Inclusion, United Talent Agency; John Travis, VP of Brand Marketing, Adobe; and Franklin Leonard, Founder and CEO, The Black List.
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Sundance Film Festival: Easterseals Disability Services Presents ‘Has Recent Industry Emphasis on D&I Influenced Storytelling’ Panel

PARK CITY, UTAH — Jan. 25, 2020 — For Immediate Release — An Allied Organization of Sundance Institute and member of its newly announced Accessibility & Inclusion Alliance, Easterseals Disability Services will host a panel on the influence of diversity and inclusion initiatives in Hollywood in increasing the visibility of/opportunities for talent with disabilities in the entertainment industry. As a go-to resource for filmmakers and actors with disabilities, ESSC has