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PARK CITY ’06: 75 Articles About Sundance, Summing Up indieWIRE’s Coverage

PARK CITY '06: 75 Articles About Sundance, Summing Up indieWIRE's Coverage

For the past two weeks, the indieWIRE team has been headquartered in Park City, UT for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. This year’s coverage featured some 75 articles, including daily biz and buzz columns, a regular critics notebook, iPOP photos (with more to come), and over 40 email interviews conducted with festival competition filmmakers prior to the festival.

Below is a complete listing, with links to all of indieWIRE’s coverage of the 2006 Sundance Film Festival.

THE WINNERS: Sundance List | Quotes | Past Winners | Slamdance List

FEATURES: Documentaries | Shorts | Buyers | Brokers

iPOP ON THE SCENE: Sundance Film Festival

BIZ DAILY: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 | #7 | #8 | #9

BUZZ DAILY: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 | #7 | #8

CRITICS DIARY DAILY: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 | #7 | #8

indieWIRE Park City: The Blog

Independent Feature Film Competition: Documentary

Crossing Arizona,” directed by Joseph Mathew

The Ground Truth: After the Killing Ends,” directed by Patricia Foulkrod

A Lion in the House,” directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert

small town gay bar,” directed by Malcolm Ingram

So Much So Fast,” directed and written by Steven Ascher and Jeanne Jordan

The Trials of Darryl Hunt,” directed by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg

TV Junkie,” directed by Michael Cain and Matt Radecki

An Unreasonable Man,” directed and written by Henriette Mantel and Stephen Skrovan

Wide Awake,” directed and written by Alan Berliner

Wordplay,” directed by Patrick Creadon

The World According to Sesame Street,” directed and written by Linda Goldstein Knowlton and Linda Hawkins Costigan

Independent Feature Film Competition: Dramatic

Come Early Morning,” directed and written by Joey Lauren Adams

Flannel Pajamas,” directed and written by Jeff Lipsky

Forgiven,” directed and written by Paul Fitzgerald

A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” directed and written by Dito Montiel

Half Nelson,” directed by Ryan Fleck; written by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck

In Between Days,” directed by So Yong Kim; written by So Yong Kim and Bradley Rust Gray

Puccini for Beginners,” directed and written by Maria Maggenti

Quinceanera,” directed and written by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland

Right at Your Door,” directed and written by Chris Gorak

Sherrybaby,” directed and written by Laurie Collyer

Somebodies,” directed and written by Hadjii

Stay,” directed and written by Bob Goldthwait

Steel City,” directed and written by Brian Jun

Stephanie Daley,” directed and written by Hilary Brougher

World Cinema Competition: Documentary

angry monk — reflections on tibet,” directed and written by Luc Schaedler (Switzerland)

Black Gold,” directed by Marc Francis and Nick Francis (U.K.)

DeNADIE,” directed by Tin Dirdamal (Mexico)

The Giant Buddhas,” directed by Christian Frei (Switzerland)

In the Pit,” directed and written by Juan Carlos Rulfo (Mexico)

KZ,” directed by Rex Bloomstein (U.K.)

The Short Life of Jose Antonio Gutierrez,” directed by Heidi Specogna (Germany/Switzerland)

Songbirds,” directed by Brian Hill (U.K.)

Viva Zapatero!“, directed and written by Sabina Guzzanti (Italy)

World Cinema Competition: Dramatic

Allegro,” directed by Christoffer Boe; written by Christoffer Boe and Mikael Wulff (Denmark)

The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros,” directed by Auraeus Solito; written by Michiko Yamamoto (Philippines)

The House of Sand,” directed by Andrucha Waddington; written by Elena Soarez (Brazil)

Kiss Me Not on the Eyes,” directed and written by Jocelyne Saab (Lebanon)

Little Red Flowers,” directed by Zhang Yuan; written by Ning Dai, Zhang Yuan and Wang Shuo (novel) (China)

One Last Dance,” directed and written by Max Makowski (Singapore)

The Peter Pan Formula,” directed and written by Cho Chang-ho (South Korea)

Son of Man,” directed by Mark Dornford-May; written by Mark Dornford-May, Andiswa Kedama and Pauline Malefane (South Africa)

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“EXECUTION” FILM MAKES NOISE AT SUNDANCE

“Execution” is a film that takes you closer to the final days of a man’s life on death row than possibly any film ever made. The film stars ex-Mississippi warden Donald Cabana who recently spoke on a panel at the Sundance Film Festival focusing on Hollywood’s fascination with and depiction of prison life. Ronald Reagan Jr. moderated the panel which also had some actors, producers and an ex-convict named Darryl Hunt who was released on DNA evidence. Representatives of HBO Films were also in the audience in support of their new film “The Trials of Darryl Hunt.” It was an interesting panel but amazingly this unassuming Mississippi Warden stole the show. Everyone in the audience was hanging on his every word as he told stories of what life in prison is really like. He not only had the audience in the palm of his hand but he talked about this film and proclaimed it was the most realistic depiction of a man’s last days on death row that he has ever seen. It seemed that a lot of people in Park City were talking about this film as red dots with the trademark “X” were seen all around town. The film’s producers are heading off to Los Angeles the first week of February to meet with potential distributors. While in Park City, several offers were made to represent the film but the producers decided not to make any commitments until after the trip to LA. Rumor has it that a former death row inmate from Georgia will be accompanying the producers to meetings with Hollywood executives. Visit the film’s Web Site http://www.executionfilm.com for more information.

ghost rider pictures

“EXECUTION” FILM MAKES NOISE AT SUNDANCE

“Execution” is a film that takes you closer to the final days of a man’s life on death row than possibly any film ever made. The film stars ex-Mississippi warden Donald Cabana who recently spoke on a panel at the Sundance Film Festival focusing on Hollywood’s fascination with and depiction of prison life. Ronald Reagan Jr. moderated the panel which also had some actors, producers and an ex-convict named Darryl Hunt who was released on DNA evidence. Representatives of HBO Films were also in the audience in support of their new film “The Trials of Darryl Hunt.” It was an interesting panel but amazingly this unassuming Mississippi Warden stole the show. Everyone in the audience was hanging on his every word as he told stories of what life in prison is really like. He not only had the audience in the palm of his hand but he talked about this film and proclaimed it was the most realistic depiction of a man’s last days on death row that he has ever seen. It seemed that a lot of people in Park City were talking about this film as red dots with the trademark “X” were seen all around town. The film’s producers are heading off to Los Angeles the first week of February to meet with potential distributors. While in Park City, several offers were made to represent the film but the producers decided not to make any commitments until after the trip to LA. Rumor has it that a former death row inmate from Georgia will be accompanying the producers to meetings with Hollywood executives. Visit the film’s Web Site http://www.executionfilm.com for more information.

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