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2022 SIO Diversity Pass Recipients

 

In an effort to increase the diversity of film festival professionals, organizers and programmers with access to Sundance Industry screenings, FFA partnered with the Sundance Industry Office for the fourth year, to award 8 FFA members who identify with historically underrepresented communities with 4 comp and 4 half-priced SIO Passes. FFA is pleased to congratulate the recipients of the 2022 SIO Diversity Pass Program. Looking forward to Sundance 2022!

Of the 2022 recipients, seven are women or non-binary, and the group represents African American, Pakistani, Asian-American, South Asian, and Latinx cultures, as well as the disabled community.

Recepients:
Neha Aziz, Cleveland International Film Festival and Austin Asian American Film Festival
Roxbury International Film Festival
Lisa Simmons, Roxbury International Film Festival
Lukia Costello, MicroMania Film Festival
Vianca Vega, Oak Cliff Film Festival
Rabia Sitabi, Horrible Imaginings/ Amsterdamned/ Halloween Horror Show Amsterdam / CinemAsia
Inney Prakash, Prismatic Ground, San Diego Asian Film Festival, Aspen Shortsfest, Freep Film Festival
Krupa Kanaiya, ‚Äč‚ÄčAtlanta Film Festival
Ivonne Cotorruelo, Cleveland International Film Festival