3 December 2012 4:25 PM, PST | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Sundance is really loading up on docs this year – a section that contained eight or so offerings in 2012 now holds almost a dozen and from awrd0-winning documentarians who’ve populated the fest in the past.  R.J. Cutler moves from the pages of Vogue with The September Issue to exploring Dick Cheney. After Restrepo, Sebastian Junger returns without his docu-filmmaker partner Tim Hetherington with a doc film on Hetherington’s behind the scenes life as a war journo. Alex Gibney who has been pretty much on a two doc film a year pace is not surprisingly coming to Sundance with his Wikileaks doc, while Lucy Walker returns with a portrait on half-pipe specialist, Kevin Pearce. Here’s the slew of new docu title offerings:

Anita / U.S.A. (Director: Freida Mock) — Anita Hill, an African-American woman, charges Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas with sexual harassment in explosive Senate hearings in »

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