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Photo Diary: Filmmaker Andrew Renzi Shares His Sundance Escapades

Film & TV

Photo Diary: Filmmaker Andrew Renzi Shares His Sundance Escapades

Ray was the only celebrity willing to take a picture with us.
My Producer, McCabe Walsh, scaring these nice ladies on Main Street.
Freaking Laser Beams.
I was told there'd be a red carpet...
New Frontier installation by Icelandic Artist, Joanie Lemercier [AntiVJ].
It's hard to picture the audience naked when you can't see them.
Karaoke party for our film, Karaoke! Pushing the limits of our creativity.
Director, Antonio Campos, either about to do an ice luge, or just finishing a really impressive ice sculpture.
A clip from my film on screen in a bowling alley at the Short Film party. That's my excited face.
My new friend from the Sundance Screenwriters Lab, Meredith Danluck, had a breathtaking installation called North of South, West of East, starring Ben Foster and Stella Schnabel. This isn't the installation, this is just her name on a tv screen.
Leaving the Sundance Screenwriters Lab. The woman to my left, Robyn Swicord, wrote "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." That's why she got the window seat and I got the middle seat.
Sundance was amazing, but this is home.
Michelle Satter and the 2013 Sundance Screenwriters Lab Advisors” – all individuals that Renzi met and worked with as part of the Sundance Writer’s Lab.
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If Martha Marcy May Marlene taught us anything it’s that anything or anyone Borderline Films associates themselves with is inherently awesome. This proves accurate for filmmaker Andrew Renzi, who’s short film Karaoke! (which was produced by Garrett Fennelly of Act Zero Films and McCabe Walsh,  and executive produced by Borderline) premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival last week. Here, the rather witty Renzi gives us an exclusive look at his Sundance escapades which include but are not limited to karaoke (surprise, surprise) and lasers.