Sundance Film Festival’s Tabitha Jackson on the power of indie film; working with Robert Redford; and how Sundance dodged being called the Butch Film Festival


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In this episode of your city or mine?, Julio meets Tabitha Jackson who since early 2020 has been the Director of the celebrated annual Sundance Film Festival in Utah. As the festival’s offshoot Sundance London returns to Europe this summer, Tabitha talks about her love for London; about how streaming services are changing the world (often for the better); about reimagining a festival during Covid; and about her previous career as a producer of films and TV. Plus Julio speaks to Vera Moura, editor of Time Out Lisbon about the latest trends in the city.

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