The Sound of Young America: Trevor Groth, Director of Programming at the Sundance Film Festival

Episode 85

23rd February 2010

Trevor Groth is director of programming at the Sundance Film Festival. He started at the festival as a teenaged volunteer; today he’s charged with reinvigorating its rebellious spirit.

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Trevor Groth is director of programming at the Sundance Film Festival. He started at the festival as a teenaged volunteer; today he’s charged with reinvigorating its rebellious spirit. He and his team watch thousands of films each year, working to build a lineup for the world’s most prestigious festival of independent film.

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