Sundance Film Festival Economic Impact Falls Short
PARK CITY, Utah – The numbers are in, and the economic impact of the 2019 Sundance Film Festival was down from previous years.
The film festival raked in more than $180 million, but it suffered from head-to-head competition with the Super Bowl, according to Sundance officials.
The festival was held a week earlier than in 2018. Attendance was down by about 3,000 people, and the money brought in was short by about $8 million.
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