I am often asked about what Premiere Pro gets used for... while I can speak with certainty that broadcasters use it (I frequently consult with TV networks) I can now add films.
It looks like 21 films will debut at this year's Sundance Film Festival. This is nearly double the number of films edited on Premiere Pro from last year’s festival.
Here's the list of future films (be sure to keep an eye on these to see which ones end up breaking out).
Films Cut in Premiere Pro
- Misery Loves Comedy | Director: Kevin Pollak, Screenwriters: Kevin Pollak, John Varhous
- The Stanford Prison Experiment | Director: Kyle Patrick Alvarez, Screenwriter: Tim Talbott
- Advantageous | Director: Jennifer Phang, Screenwriters: Jacqueline Kim, Jennifer Phang
- Being Evel | Director: Daniel Junge
- Fresh Dressed | Director: Sacha Jenkins
- Things of the Aimless Wanderer | Director and screenwriter: Kivu Ruhorahoza
- Cop Car | Director: Jon Watts, Screenwriters: Christopher D. Ford, Jon Watts
Short Films Cut in Premiere Pro
- Every Day | Director Gabe Spitzer
- Followers | Director Tim Marshall
- Greenland | Director Oren Gerner
- Hotel 22 | Director Elizabeth Lo
- Making it in America | Director Joris Debeij
- OM Rider | Director Takeshi Murata
- Palm Rot | Director Ryan Gillis
- Papa Machette | Director Jonathan David Kane
- Russian Roulette | Director Ben Aston
- Symphony no.42 | Director Réka Bucsi
- Storm Hits jacket | Director Paul Cabon
- The Sun Like a Big Dark Animal | Director Christina Felisgrau, Ronnie Rivera
- The Face of Ukraine: Casting Oksana Baiul | Director Kitty Green
- The Collectors: Beekeeper | Director Steven Cantor
If you'll be at Sundance, Adobe is hosting a panel at the festival (you can also watch it streaming). The panel features some of the brightest, up-and-coming filmmakers as well as veteran Hollywood heavyweights: Rob Legato (Misery Loves Comedy [Sundance Film Festival 2015], The Wolf of Wall Street, HUGO, AVATAR), Kyle Alvarez (The Stanford Prison Experiment [Sundance Film Festival 2015], C.O.G. [Sundance Film Festival 2014], Easier with Practice) and Billy Peake (Gone Girl, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire).
To learn more about the panel and register to watch it streamed live online, go here: https://cce012315.creativecloud.adobeevents.com