The Sundance Institute has set up a dedicated channel on YouTubeThe 2013 Sundance Film Festival is underway this weekend. Most people won't be there to watch all the movies, shorts and everything else, but you can get a piece of this year's edition on YouTube.
The Sundance Institute has set up The Screening Room, a YouTube channel with 12 short films also shown in the festival.
There will be 64 shorts shown at Sundance, out of 8,100 submissions, but only 12 of those are on YouTube. Still, it's better than nothing.
"Sundance is known for its diverse range of films, and with everything from trippy cats and zombies to a rooster king and an ambitious rodeo cowboy, The Screening Room shorts are no exception," YouTube explained.
"When the festival ends, Sundance Institute will continue to curate The Screening Room, highlighting cutting edge short films from past Sundance filmmakers and the film festival circuit each week," it added.