One-on-One With 'Person to Person'

Dustin Defa talks about his Sundance short

"Person to Person" (by www.sundance.org)

In just a few short years, Dustin Defa has racked up an impressive list of credits as a director and an actor.

He returns to Park City, his hometown, as a writer/director with a new film to show off. Defa talked to the Arts + Labor team about his narrative competition short, “Person to Person,” which premiered at Sundance last weekend. It screens again Saturday (1/25), 8:30pm, at the Holiday Village Cinema.

Sundance 2014 - Person to Person BTS from Arts+Labor on Vimeo.


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