Caroline von Kuhn

Director, Catalyst
Sundance Institute
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Caroline von Kuhn is the Director of Catalyst at the Sundance Institute, a program that builds a culture of partnership between independent investors and filmmakers - endeavoring to unlock funding for ambitious new independent films and to grow the community of indie-film supporters. Prior to this, Caroline was Director of Artist Development at the SFFILM (San Francisco Film Society) where she launched SFFILM Invest. She was a Co-Founder of the Points North Institute with Ben Fowlie and Sean Flynn—which produces the Camden International Film Festival (CIFF)—after five years with the Tribeca Film Festival, running the industry department after years in publicity and producing industry panels for Doha Tribeca Film Festival (Qatar). She worked at Film at Lincoln Center and Apparition (Bob Berney's distribution company) and programmed the launch of Seed&Spark with the team behind her first feature, Like the Water. Caroline's recent producing work includes Paul Felten and Joe DeNardo's Slow Machine (2020 NYFF and Rotterdam); Ian Olds' Burn Country (2016 Tribeca Film Festival). In theatre, she most recently produced and co-directed a US/UK/Norwegian production of I ,Peer, a modern take on Ibsen's Peer Gynt and disability in the arts (Oslo Norway's National Theatre, London's Old Vic / New Voices, and New York's Private Theatre). Caroline was a 2016 IFP Cannes Producers Network Fellow and sits on the Board of Directors at Points North Institute, BAVC, and Catapult Film Fund. She received her BA in Financial Economics from University of Virginia and an MFA from University of Manchester (UK).

Sessions in which Caroline von Kuhn participates

Tuesday 25 September, 2018

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Wednesday 26 September, 2018

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