Today! January 25th at Brand Storytelling 2020

Today's schedule is chock-full of screenings from Brand Storytelling 2020's esteemed brand filmmakers:

Almost Famous

Screening and Q&A

January 25, 09:30 AM, Lodges at Deer Valley, Evergreen Room

What does it feel like to quit The Black Eyed Peas before they blew up? What if you were hand-selected by JFK to be the first African American astronaut, yet you never made it to space?Award-winning filmmaker and Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur Ben Proudfoot teamed up with The New York Times to create ALMOST FAMOUS, an acclaimed short documentary series that profiles figures adjacent to history who might have been household named, has history gone a little differently. Watch two of the films and meet Ben for his first Q&A since the series’ release.

Here Am I, Send Me

Screening and Q&A

January 25, 10:30 AM, Lodges at Deer Valley, Evergreen Room

Here Am I, Send Me tells the incredible true story of Team Goldstar and Team Freedom, two groups of Veteran servicemen who set out to honor the 75th anniversary of D-Day with a round-canopy parachute jump into Normandy, France. The documentary features Scoti Domeij, member of Team Goldstar and mother of Army Sergeant First Class Kristoffer Domeij, who jumps with Army Rangers to honor the memory of her late son.Cisco, the end-to-end networking hardware telecoms company and financier of “Here Am I, Send Me”, is set to screen the film on Saturday, January 25th at Brand Storytelling 2020, a Sanctioned Event of the Sundance Film Festival.

Gather What’s Good

Screening and Q&A Featuring:

Chef Roy Choi, Field Roast, Bon Appétit & Spark Foundry

January 25, 11:30 AM, Lodges at Deer Valley, Evergreen Room

Field Roast, the makers of artisanal plant-based meats and cheeses, teamed up with Bon Appétit and Roy Choi to share the stories of trailblazing chefs whose inventive menus are driven by their heritage and love for regionally-inspired ingredients. Within this mini docuseries series, we travel with Roy to Seattle, Chicago and Toronto to discover how these renowned chefs reimagine their signature dishes with a plant-based twist.

Hilton’s Room 702

Screening and Q&A with Lou Dubois

January 25, 01:00 PM Lodges at Deer Valley, Evergreen Room

50 years ago, John Lennon and Yoko Ono held their iconic Bed-In for Peace in Room 702 at the Hilton Amsterdam. The couple turned their honeymoon into a weeklong promotion of peace and invited media to learn more about their peaceful protest.

Dear Mother Nature

Screening and Q&A with REI

January 24, 02:30 PM, Lodges at Deer Valley, Evergreen Room