2002 Sundance Film Festival Park City at Midnight Lineup


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(indieWIRE/11.28.01) -- The Park City at Midnight Lineup for the 2002 Sundance Film Festival:

"BRITNEY BABY - ONE MORE TIME," directed by Ludi Boeken (USA)

It's the chance of a lifetime for struggling Wisconsin filmmaker Dude
Schmitz - an exclusive interview with Britney Spears. But he gets more than
he's bargained for on an outrageous road trip with Britney Spears look-alike
Robert Stephens.

"FUBAR," directed by Michael Dowse (Canada)

An earnest filmmaker attempts to create a coherent documentary about two
bumbling, beer-lovin' heavy metal Canadians.

"HIPHOPBATTLE.COM: HIPHOP FOR LIFE," directed by David Velo Stewart (USA)

A young man prepares for the hiphop battle that could launch his career as
an MC, his passion for hiphop forces him to confront a series of life

"HOLLYWOOD HONG KONG," directed by Fruit Chan (Hong Kong)

A father and his two sons, living in Hong Kong's last and poorest shanty
town, face eviction by government. The arrival of a beautiful girl from
mainland China captivates their hearts and allows them to escape the reality
of their lives.

"MAY," directed by Ed McKee (USA)

A modern day retelling of 'Frankenstein' that follows a young woman's failed
attempts to find a true friend and the horrific steps she takes to make one.

"TABOO," directed by Max Makowski (USA)

Six college friends reunite at an elegant estate. A simple game of Taboo
turns into murder and mayhem.