Sundance Takes on Online Video If anyone has the creativity to make eye-grabbing online video, it ought to be the Sundance Channel and the Independent Film Channel. And yet TV critic Andrew Wallenstein says their first efforts online are kind of embarrassing.
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Sundance Takes on Online Video

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Sundance Takes on Online Video

Sundance Takes on Online Video

Sundance Takes on Online Video

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If anyone has the creativity to make eye-grabbing content for online video, it ought to be the Sundance Channel and the Independent Film Channel. Those two cable TV outlets devote themselves to provocative, insightful filmmaking. And yet TV critic Andrew Wallenstein says their first efforts online are kind of embarrassing.