Sundance has announced the short films that will be playing at this year’s Festival. Some of the notable filmmakers include James Franco, Spike Jonze, Rory Kennedy, Patrik Eklund and Paper Heart director Nicholas Jasenovec.
Also, as Sundance points out in the press reelease:
The Sundance Film Festival’s shorts program has long been established as a discovery for directors, including: Wes Anderson, Todd Haynes, Paul Thomas Anderson, David O Russell, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Tamara Jenkins, Ted Demme, Tim Blake Nelson, Alexander Payne, Paul Dinello, Martin McDonagh, and Jason Reitman.
Since there are so many short films playing at the Festival, hit the jump for the full press release, which lists the categories, the films, and the synopses.
2010 Sundance Film Festival Announces Short Film Program
70 Short Films Chosen from a Record 6,092 Submissions
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