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2002 Sundance Film Festival Frontier Lineup

2002 Sundance Film Festival Frontier Lineup



SUNDANCE 2002 LINEUPS:

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(indieWIRE/11.28.01) -- The Frontier Lineup for the 2002 Sundance Film Festival:


"DECASIA," directed by Bill Morrison

A dystopic answer to Walt Disney's Fantasia, 'Decasia' is an experimental
feature which sets decaying archival footage to an original symphonic score
by Bang On A Can co-founder Michael Gordon.


"A PLACE ON EARTH," directed by Artur Aristakasian

A dark and subversive tale of an underground sexual cult in Russia.


"RANCHO CALIFORNIA," directed by John T. Caldwell

An up-close look at the racial "off-worlds" and migrant camps of CA's new
suburban plantation culture


"SOFT FOR DIGGING," directed by J.T. Petty

A formally imaginative horror story about an old man who witnesses the
murder of a young girl.


"Shorts Program," directed by Various Directors

(Program descriptions to be announced)

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