Adobe Creative Cloud

2017 Sundance Film Festival

Using the Art of Film to Tell A Ghost Story

A Ghost Story by director David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints) — implemented an all Adobe Creative Cloud workflow to produce the movie. In fact, at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, 154 projects were made using Adobe tools and 97 films were edited using Premiere Pro.

Civil Rights Icon Earns Much Deserved Attention 60 Years Later

The documentary film Dolores, directed by Peter Bratt, shines a spotlight on Dolores Huerta and her lifelong commitment to equality and civil rights.

Rememory Editors Benefit from Integrated Post-Production Workflow

Editor Tyler Nelson has worked on many blockbuster films. For Gone Girl, he helped develop a post-production pipeline featuring Adobe Premiere Pro, so when Mark Palansky selected him to edit the film Rememory, working with Premiere again was an easy choice.

February 23, 2017 / Member Stories / Video Editing

Lemon Enjoys Sweet 2017 Sundance Film Festival Debut

Joi McMillon can now add Academy Award nominee to her list of accomplishments. The talented editor and her colleague Nat Sanders received a nomination for their work editing Moonlight, which is also nominated for Best Picture.

January 30, 2017 / Member Stories

Gook Explores the True Meaning of Family

Gook, winner of the Audience Award in the NEXT category at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, tells the story of two Korean American brothers who own and must defend a shoe store during the 1992 Los Angeles riots following the Rodney King verdict.

January 30, 2017 / Member Stories

Ingrid Goes West Makes a Sundance Film Festival Dream Come True

We spoke with Jack Price about his film Ingrid Goes West, a 2017 Sundance Film Festival selection in the U.S. Dramatic Competition category.