Alana Hauser

Coordinating Producer

Alana Hauser is Coordinating Producer of nonfiction film and television at The New York Times. Previously, she spent five years at Sundance Institute managing Sundance Catalyst, which connects highly-anticipated documentary and fiction films with financiers, and Women at Sundance, which forges gender parity in media. She played a key role in the outreach, selection, and creative support of over 50 films, including Won’t You Be My Neighbor?Chasing Coral, and Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements. Before arriving at Sundance, Alana served as Educational Outreach Coordinator at boutique documentary distributor GOOD DOCS and worked for a number of nonprofits including Whole Kids Foundation, Meals on Wheels and More, and the Migrant and Community Action Project. She received a bachelor of arts in Latin American Studies and Spanish from Washington University in St. Louis.

Participating Sessions


DX ACCESS connects registered attendees to representatives of the most respected and innovative organizations and individuals in film and journalism, and provides unparalleled face time with funders, producers, festival programmers, distributors, media outlets, reporters, writers and directors. In one-on-one sessions, they will unpack how they work, learn more about your goals, and explore the possibilities for supporting your project. This edition, DX Access will take place primarily online for both...