Photos: Sundance pans in on tech

Photos: Sundance pans in on tech

Summary: Between panel discussions and online offerings, technology is in the spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs through Sunday in Utah.

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  • downtown Park City

    The 10-day Sundance Film Festival, put on by Robert Redford's Sundance Institute, takes place annually in Park City, Utah. During last year's festival, some 45,000 film aficionados ascended on the otherwise quiet ski resort town. This year's festival kicked off on Thursday, Jan. 19, and runs through Sunday, Jan. 29. This picture was taken downtown on Sunday morning, Jan. 22, before the crowds came out in full force.

  • Mossberg panel

    Walt Mossberg, personal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal, moderated a panel discussion on Saturday, Jan. 21, about "Cinema on the move: New mobile technologies and the next wave of filmmaking."

  • podcast panel

    Weblogs Inc. founder Jason Calacanis (center) moderated a panel discussion Sunday on "Podcasting, Vlogging and the Freedom of Speech." Other panelists, from left to right, included video podcaster Anni Rudegair (aka Soccergirl), Webcasting pioneer Ken Rutkowski, Atom Entertainment founder Mika Salmi and "Four Eyed Monster" filmmaker Susan Buice.

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