Gaining Ground: The Fight for Black Land has been officially selected as the FEATURE FILM to be showcased and celebrated at BrandStorytelling 2024: a Sanctioned Event of Sundance Film Festival, January 17th – 20th in Park City, Utah. The award-winning documentary from John Deere, Executive Producer Al Roker, and Director Eternal Polk is slated to kickoff the festival.
BrandStorytelling 2024 spotlights the work of brand storytellers and their partners driving the evolution of non-interruptive entertainment, celebrating the brands, agencies, and creatives shaping the future of the space.
This year’s Official Selections were made by a selection committee comprised of award-winning film directors, producers, and brand marketers including:
- Cerissa Tanner (Meta)
- Rayka Zehtabchi (Academy Award Winning Director)
- Liz Kim (M Booth)
- Alberto Ferreras (Televisa Univision)
- Jesse Roesler (Credo Nonfiction)
- Seckeita Lewis (Lewis Taylor Productions)
- Natasha Wellesley (Ventureland)
- Daniel Cowles (Adobe Studio)
- Terry City (Industry Sales/Partnerships Pro)
- Laura Caraccioli (Montgomery Studios)
- Tommy Oliver (Confluential Films)
- Kimberly Doberiener (P&G Studio)
Over 100+ feature films, short films, series, and podcasts were submitted for consideration.
“In our third year of celebrating films in a festival submission format, I’m pleased to say that we’ve never seen a stronger overall field of content.” Said Jordan Kelley, Content Director at BrandStorytelling. “It’s clear that the non-interruptive tide is rising, and with it is coming a monumental shift in the way that brands create connections with their audiences.”
For more information about BrandStorytelling 2024, visit brandstorytelling.tv/events