PARK CITY, Utah — Sundance Institute founder Robert Redford says that the role of men in the Me Too and Time’s Up movement is to listen and let women’s voices be heard.

Speaking Thursday on the Sundance Film Festival’s opening day, Redford said he’s encouraged by the change that is happening and how it is bringing more opportunity for women in film, which has historically been dominated by men.

Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam said the festival has taken strides to ensure the safety of its guests, including instilling a public code of conduct and a 24-hour safety hotline.