Jamie Redford to be Honored at American Documentary Film Festival

Palm Desert Express
PALM SPRINGS, CA - Jamie Redford, son of Robert Redford, will be honored at next week's American Documentary Film Festival for a trio of films he's directed examining social and environmental issues, all of which will be screened at the festival. Read More

Connecting The Human Experience Through Documentaries

Thrive Global
Documentaries are the TED talks of movies, or as Joel Douglas states, “The most honest form of film making.” Documentaries provide a raw, real look inside a story. Film makers of documentaries earn trust from audiences little by little as they tell the stories of everyday real life. Stories of humans that are shaped by experiences that have shaped their lives. Attending the largest documentary film festival in the country, The American Documentary Film Festival, AmDocs 2017, Jamie Redford stated, “this was an incredibly, true learning experience… and that is what documentaries are all about.” The filmmaker and environmental activist Jamie Redford received the Seeing the Bigger Picture Award, the highest honor given by the Festival (AmDocs) in Palm Springs. Read More

This is Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution. Interview with Writer/Director Jamie Redford

We Are Moving Stories
Can we make enough clean energy to blunt climate change? How would we do that? And will we do that? Semi-environmentalist and documentarian Jamie Redford takes us on a personal journey to answer those questions. Read More

The Redford Center Makes Its Mark

Sun Valley Property News
The Redford Center will receive Sun Valley Film Festival's Snow Angel Award, recognizing outstanding advocacy Read More

American Documentary Film Festival vying for local attention

Desert Sun
The American Documentary Film Festival begins its sixth year Friday, and its fourth since being called one of MovieMaker magazine’s "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee." Read More

Jamie Redford given award for environmental filmmaking

Salt Lake Tribune
Filmmaker and environmental activist Jamie Redford will receive an award for his work from a California film festival. Read More

Jamie Redford, Jill Tidman to receive Snow Angel Award

Idaho Mountain Express
Redford Center uses power of story to effect social, environmental change Read More

‘Brooklyn/Alaska,’ an IndieWire Project of the Month Filmed When the Sun Never Set
Congratulations to our Redford Center Honoree and Fiscally Sponsored project "Brooklyn/Alaska" - Indiewire's Project of the Month Read More

Green Lights: The Redford Center and Sundance’s “The New Climate” Provide Support for Environmentalist Film

Climate activists, rejoice: new support systems for environmentalist filmmaking are sprouting up, and there’s one name behind the curtain—Redford. The Sundance Kid has long advocated for various social causes, but he and his teams have recently stepped up their efforts on behalf of the planet in particular. Take The Redford Center, a nonprofit company Redford and his children founded in 2005 that produces environmental impact films and engagement campaigns. In 2016, to augment its creative efforts and fiscal sponsorship, the Center launched its very first grant program for innovative environmental films in development, handing out $15,000, mentorship, gear and distribution to grantees. From 282 applications, six winning projects (with 11 filmmakers, from first-timers to veterans) were picked to attend a December summit at the Sundance Mountain Resort in Provo, Utah. Read More

Stories that move: Changing the world through film

Horizon Travel America
For over a decade The Redford Center has harnessed the power of film to enlighten audiences about some of the most pressing social and environmental concerns of our time. Believing that awareness is the first step towards action, Robert Redford and his son Jamie founded The Redford Center in 2005 as a creative way to drive progress and public engagement on their collaborative environmental action campaigns. Read More