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Hit RECord at the Movies with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

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Director: Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Institute History

  • 2012 Sundance Film Festival

Description

Joseph Gordon-Levitt has built a production company around a beautiful idea. Launched at the 2010 New Frontier at the Sundance Film Festival, hitRECord.org is an online community that brings artists from around the world together to work on each other’s projects. A writer can submit a story from Berlin, and someone in Cupertino can illustrate it, while musicians from Dublin, Istanbul, and Topeka contribute to the soundtrack. Since its launch, the hitRECord community has grown to include 70,000 artists with hundreds of projects being produced in collaboration with their artistic director, Regular JOE.

This special event is your invitation to collaborate with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and surprise guests to make something new. Bring your digital devices and get ready to participate in this part film screening/part filmmaking/part live performance extravaganza hosted by Regular JOE himself. Hit RECord invites you to join a new wave of filmmaking by creating art that will live and grow beyond this extraordinary evening at the Festival.

— S.F.

Screening Details

  • Section: Premieres
  • Film Type: Artist
  • Country: U.S.A.
  • Run Time: 80 min.
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