Sundance Film Fest 2019: Share by Pipa Bianco–Women in Film

New York-born writer-director Bianco’s Share will world premiere in the 2019 Sundance’s U.S. dramatic competition.

It already has domestic distribution, released through A24.

The edgy drama, about a teenager who must deal with the fallout from a viral video shot during a night she can’t remember, was expanded from her short of the same name.

As short, “Share” earned first prize in Cannes’ Cinéfondation competition in 2015.  The feature-length “Share” may also screen in official selection of the upcoming Cannes.

Bianco attended Yale to study fine arts, painting and photography, but, “those were lonely art forms, and I wanted to work more collaboratively.”