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New Salt Lake Tribune Pinterest board a guide for Sundance Film Festival goers

Published January 9, 2014 9:56 am
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If you're a Sundance Film Festival fan and haven't yet checked out The Salt Lake Tribune on Pinterest, now is a good time to have a look.

Among Tribune boards you'll find on Pinterest is a new Sundance travel board we've created that's loaded with good information even if you already live in Utah and are familiar with Park City and other cities where films are shown.

The board includes a map to help you find theater venues, hotels, restaurants, parking and transportation.

Check it out, and, of course, repin it.

The new Pinterest board is just a small piece of The Tribune's Sundance coverage, which will ramp up Sunday with an extensive festival preview at sltrib.com and in The Tribune's print edition.

Movie critic Sean P. Means and other staffers are constant contributors to The Tribune's Sundance Film Festival blog. The blog has been active for weeks leading up to the festival, which begins Jan. 16.

You also may follow our Sundance-specific Twitter account: @sundancelive.

While, you're at it, follow @moviecricket, too, for coverage of Sundance and films in general by Means, The Tribune's critic and a Sundance attendee for 20 years.




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