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Page One‘s Andrew Rossi On Getting Your Film To Sundance

Andrew Rossi is making waves for the intriguing documentary Page One: Inside The New York Times, but this isn’t his first time pulling back the curtain on a high-stress industry. He previously chronicled the food business in Eat This New York and A Table in Heaven and was lucky enough to have a few of his projects featured at Sundance Film Festival.

Not an easy feat, he explained in the final installment of our @mediabeat interview.

“It’s an honor to be at Sundance, and it’s hard to sort of suggest ‘have your movie be at Sundance,’ because it’s not a given,” Rossi said. “It’s hard to get in there. But one thing I can say is we really keyed our whole process [of making Page One] to trying to get it done for that deadline, so that it would be at Sundance.”

Watch the full video for Rossi’s visual storytelling tips for journalists.

This video is also available on YouTube.

Part 1: Andrew Rossi Goes Inside The New York Times
Part 2: Andrew Rossi on How The New York Times Sets The Public Agenda


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