Topics include how Sundance Institute utilizes videoconferencing during the annual Sundance Film Festival. Each year the Sundance Film Festival showcases films from directors around the world. However, not all of them can make it to the festival to speak to audiences. Sundance Institute has utilized videoconferencing for years in order to allow people associated with films interact with audiences after viewing.
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(1:02) Jonathan Blackwood talks about how videoconferencing doesn’t just have to be used in meeting rooms.
(2:31) Jonathan introduces the day’s guests, Holden Payne.
(3:27) Holden explains how Sundance Film Festival uses videoconferencing at the show
(5:23) Holden speaks about how the idea for using videoconferencing at Sundance Film Festival came about
(7:05) Holden speaks about the setup process for bringing videoconferencing on location
(8:28) The guest experience for videoconferencing at the Sundance Film Festival
(11:06) The audience experience having film makers videoconference in
(15:43) The experience of the technical director when videoconferencing on location is about to begin
(17:35) Advice for end users in similar videoconferencing situations
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