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2000 Slamdance Special Screenings

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire December 1, 1999 at 2:0AM

2000 Slamdance Special Screenings
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2000 Slamdance Special Screenings

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The Slamdance 2000 Special Screenings (descriptions courtesy of Slamdance):


"Amargosa," directed by Todd Robinson -- (USA, 93 min.) WORLD PREMIERE
Robinson discovers an 87-year-old belly dancer in a small western town.


"Barenaked in America," directed by Jason Priesteley -- (Canada, 89 min.)
Follows the Canadian rock band The Barenaked Ladies on tour in this music
documentary.


"Home Sweet Hoboken," directed by Yoshifumi Hosoya -- (USA, 92 min.) WORLD
PREMIERE Two unemployed brothers try to steal their grandmother's precious
ring.

"Peep Show," directed Charlie Call -- (USA, 9 min.) A woman gets what she
wants at a different kind of peep show.


"Road to Park City," directed by Bret Stern -- (USA, 90 min.) OPENING NIGHT
FILM A young filmmaker pins all his hopes on getting into Sundance.


"Swimming," directed by Robert J. Siegel -- (USA, 98 min.) WORLD PREMIERE
Starring Lauren Ambrose ("Psycho Beach Party"). A coming of age story set in
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina about a girl who is left to manage the family
diner.


"What I Like About You," directed by Jeff Stolhand -- (USA, 90 min.) WORLD
PREMIERE An attractive but snobbish indie bookstore owner reluctantly hooks
up with a loutish aspiring radio DJ to fend off corporate annihilation.