2001 Sundance Film Festival American Spectrum Lineup
SUNDANCE 2001 LINEUPS:
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(indieWIRE/12.5.00) — The American Spectrum Lineup for the 2001 Sundance Film Festival:
“ACTS OF WORSHIP,” directed by Rosemary Rodriguez
A young addict works her own systems to survive on the streets of NYC.
“AFTER IMAGE,” directed by Robert Manganelli
Explores the connection between a crime scene photographer and a narcissistic pathological killer who documents his crimes in a video diary.
“DANCING IN SEPTEMBER,” directed by Reggie Rock Bythewood
Amidst boycotts from a civil rights organization, “Dancing in September” is a love story set in the backdrop of a black TV sitcom.
“DIARY OF A CITY PRIEST,” directed by Eugene Martin
A narrative adaptation from a journal written by a priest from Philadelphia named John P. McNamera.
“THE DOE BOY,” directed by Randy Redroad
Coming of age story about a Native American Hemophiliac.
“HAIKU TUNNEL,” directed by Jacob Kornbluth & Josh Kornbluth
A frenetic comedy about a neurotic male secretary whose failure to mail out 17 very important letters brings him face-to-face with a lifetime of personal demons.
“INVISIBLE REVOLUTION,” directed by Beverly Peterson
“JUMP TOMORROW,” directed by Joel Hopkins
A pensive man falls in love with a woman on his way to meet the woman he has promised to marry.
“MANIC,” directed by Jordan Melamed
Drama about a violent teen who is committed to a juvenile mental institution where he is forced to confront the source of his rage.
“MARGARITA HAPPY HOUR,” directed by Ilya Chaiken
An edgy, often humorous, and provocative exploration of the cycles and transformations of life especially for a formerly beautiful, party-going single mom.
“MISS WONTON,” directed by Meng Ong
The trials of a young Chinese woman during her first year in America. Set in NYC.
“RAW DEAL: A QUESTION OF CONSENT,” directed by Billy Corben
“ROOF TO ROOF,” directed by Ara Corbett
Explores the Armenian immigrant experience in Los Angeles, as seen through the relationship between an auto mechanic and his 7-year-old daughter.
“WOMEN IN FILM,” directed by Bruce Wagner
An emotional look at three women in contemporary cinema: an independent producer in the midst of a breakdown; a casting director who has just given birth to a blind infant; and a sociopathic masseuse who steals energy from her celebrity clients.
“TAPE,” directed by Richard Linklater
Three friends reunite after ten years to continue the drama they didn