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While not all receive the golden ticket for a Park City premiere, the invaluable support available at the Sundance Institute is ongoing and takes several shapes and forms. Last year’s batch of Documentary Edit and Story Labs attendees included Anna Sandilands & Ewan McNicol who trimmed Uncertain, while Lyric Cabral & David Felix Sutcliffe spliced into shape (T)Error. As underlined in the press release, this year’s eight projects touches of subjects of transgender parents, the aftermath of Sandy Hook tragedy, exonerated death row inmates and AIDS. Among the noteworthy names attending (June 19-27 and July 3-11) we find Lost in La Mancha duo of Keith Fulton & Lou Pepe (see pic above) and Informant director Jamie Meltzer’s tentatively titled Freedom Fighters. Here are the participants and creative folk for ’15.
- Eric Lavallee
Sundance Institute today announced the eight projects selected for its annual Documentary Edit and Story Labs, taking place in two sessions at the Sundance Resort in Utah from June 19-27 and July 3-11. The Documentary Edit and Story Labs support projects in later stages of post-production work to hone story, structure and character development. Director and editor teams unite under the stewardship of world-class doc filmmakers and Sundance Institute staff. Projects that have gone through these labs include "(T)Error," "The Queen of Versailles," "Rich Hill" and "The Kill Team." Editors serving as Creative Advisors for the June 19-27 session are Marshall Curry ("Point and Shoot"), Ra’anan Alexandrowicz ("The Law In These Parts"), Tom Haneke ("Where Soldiers Come From"), Mary Lampson ("Harlan County"), Geoffrey Richman ("Racing Extinction") and Jean Tsien ("Shut Up and Sing"). Editors »
- Ryan Lattanzio
2 items from 2015
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