The nonprofit is crossing the pond for the newest member of its senior leadership team. Tabitha Jackson, who most recently served as Arts Commissioning Editor at Channel 4 in London, is joining Sundance Institute as Director, Documentary Film Program. Reporting directly to Executive Director Keri Putnam, her role will include planning and implementing a range of strategic partnerships, granting $1.8 million per year to independent documentaries globally and hosting five annual Labs for documentary filmmakers, among other activities. The 20-year industry veteran will relocate to LA and oversee a staff of eight, starting December 6.
Sundance Institute Taps Tabitha Jackson As Director Of Documentary Film Program
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