The festival is the largest and most prestigious film festival in the world.

And it’s also one of the most lucrative, earning over $20 million in 2016.

But the film industry has long been known for its lax enforcement of anti-doping rules, which often allow performers to skirt these rules and still earn money.

In a blog post, Sundance’s board of directors explained that in 2016, they began looking into the possibility of changing the rules to better serve the festival and the industry.

That meant they began researching other ways to enforce and punish athletes who perform with banned substances, including a ban on DJing and performance enhancement, and a ban from performing with drugs.

The board was so concerned about this issue that they decided to take it on themselves.

Sundance asked industry leaders, including the world’s leading DJs, to review their own practices and recommend a new set of guidelines.

In a letter sent to all of the world-renowned DJ companies and festivals, Sundancer said that it is looking into how to better align with current anti-Doping policies and enforce the existing regulations in a more transparent and effective manner.

We have already heard from many of the industry leaders who shared their experiences and thoughts on how they can best take the lead in the coming months and years.

For example, there are many ways to be a part of the solution.

For instance, you can support the effort by purchasing the DJ Academy membership and providing feedback on the recommendations that are already in place, or you can work with our team of professionals and influencers to develop a framework that would ensure that all stakeholders benefit from the new rules and guidelines.

You can learn more about how to participate in this initiative by clicking here