Arts+Labor Lenses Sundance Webisodes

Video snapshots of production house's fest so far

Arts+Labor Lenses Sundance Webisodes

Austin creative content firm Arts+Labor is showing off two films at Sundance – Yen Tan's feature Pit Stop and Kat Candler's short "Black Metal" – which means they have a lot to write home about. Or, more fittingly for a multimedia production studio, make a movie about.

So far Arts+Labor has produced two webisodes detailing the Sundance experience for the "Black Metal" team, featuring interviews with Candler and Jonny Mars, her co-producer and star. You can check them both out below. And watch this space: Pit Stop webisodes still to come.

Sundance 2013 - Black Metal Premiere from Arts+Labor on Vimeo.

Sundance 2013 Jonny Mars from Arts+Labor on Vimeo.

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