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2002 SUNDANCE ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL

2002 SUNDANCE ONLINE FILM FESTIVAL



SUNDANCE 2002 LINEUPS:

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>Dramatic || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011127_Docum.html">
Documentary || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011128_Premiere.htm
l">Premieres

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l">American Spectrum || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011127_Showcase.htm
l">American Showcase

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l">World Cinema || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011128_Midnite.html
">Midnight || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011128_NativeFo.htm
l">Native Forum

HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011128_Frontier.htm
l">Frontier || HREF="/onthescene/fes_02Sund_011128_SundNHK.html
">Special || Shorts || Online


(indieWIRE/11.28.01) -- The line up for the 2002 Sundance Online Film Festival:


Live Action


"A Big Issue," directed by Sara Mast


"Guerilla New Network," (3 episodes: "The War Conspiracy", "When the Smoke Clearz", "Crack the CIA"), directed by Stephen Marshall



"Murmur," directed by Virgil Wong and Andrea Kleine


"Inside," directed by Tom Flemming


"Documenting the Face of America," directed by Jeanine Isabel Butler



"Behind the Startup: Ice Van.com," directed by Kal Deutsch




Animation


"Gina & TL," (1 episode: "Singapore Airlines"), directed by Geoff Farr


"Add Boiling Water," as directed by Motomichi Nakamura


"Braingirl," (3 episodes: "Fishing", "Eye Test", and "Braingirl's Brain"), as directed by Marina Zurkow


"Gold-n-Boy," as directed by Bill Cahalan



"Places," directed by Kinya Hanada


"Between," directed by Tom Flemming


"Twin Killing," directed by Chris Ferrantello



"Karma Ghost," directed by Billy Blob



"Julius and Friends," (1 episode: "Yeti, Set, Go"), directed by Paul Frank


"Gone Bad," ("Episode 2"), directed by Marco Bertoldo




New Forms


"Priviledge," directed by Jay Murphy



"More Inc.," as directed by Wesley Meyer


"Fossil," as directed by Brian McClave


"Carny Tales," as directed by Scott Smith


"360 Degrees," as directed by Sue Johnson and Alison Corn

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