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2000 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Lineup

2000 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Lineup

2000 Sundance Film Festival Shorts Lineup


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(indieWIRE/12.9.99) — The Shorts Lineup for the 2000 Sundance Film Festival:

— “#11” (Netherlands), by Joost Rekveld

— “6 Miles of 8 Feet,” by Ben Tomlin

— “Architecture of Reassurance,” by Mike Mills

— “Babie,” by Jonathan Michals

— “Bats,” by Jim Trainor

— “Billy Twist,” by Eva Aridjis

— “Burnout” (Australia), by Gavin Barbey

— “Cheerleader Tales,” by Jake Kons

— “Chicken Pox Pal,” by Andrew Mudge

— “Conspiracy Rock,” by Scott Rosann

— “Crabgrass Manifesto,” by Aldo Emiliano Velasco

— “Darling International,” by Jennifer Reeves

— “Das Clown,” by Tom E. Brown

— “Deadline” (Australia), by Nash Edgerton

— “Don’t Think Twice” (Canada), by Sarah Polley

— “The Drowning Room,” by Patrick Jolley & Reynold Reynolds

— “Every Day Here,” by Frazer Bradshaw

— “Excesos de Ciudad” (Mexico), by Jorge Luquin

— “Five Feet High and Rising,” by Peter Sollett

— “Flight of the Stone” (Germany), by Susanne Horizon-Franzel

— “Friday,” by Jodi Gibson

— “G.,” by Rolf Gibbs

— “Girl Go Boom,” by Mark Tiedemann

— “Grace,” by Lorelei Pepi

— “Graham’s Diner,” by Courtney Byrd

— “Gray Matter,” by Anthony Dominici

— “The Hat,” by Julia Jordan & Terry Stacey

— “Hitch,” by Bradley Rust Gray

— “Hurtle” (New Zealand), by Shona McCullagh

— “Ice Fishing,” by Alexandra Kondracke

— “Imported,” by Kevin Everson

— “In God We Trust,” by Jason Reitman

— “The Keening,” by Alex & Andrew Smith

— “King of the Jews,” by Jay Rosenblatt

— “Little Dark Poet” (UK), by Mike Booth

— “Los Gringos,” by Rob Letterman

— “Maid of Honor,” by Jennifer Arnold

— “Meanwhile” (Canada), by Ghyslaine Cote

— “Men Make Women Crazy Theory,” by Zoe Cassavetes

— “Mum,” by Nicholas Peterson

— “A Nursery Tale,” by Jieho Lee

— “Officer Down,” by Daniel O

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