Sundance Picks 12 For 2003 Screenwriters Lab
by Wendy Mitchell/indieWIRE
The Sundance Institute announced the 12 projects for its 2003 Screenwriters Lab, to be held January 10-15 in Utah. The five-day workshop lets emerging writers develop their work-in-progress screenplays with the help of established pros.
This year's group is comprised of eight American writers and four international writers. Participants will be: Matthew Friedman for "All of Creation," Keith Fulton for "Am Awfully Good Alibi," Ernesto Quinonez for "Bodega Dreams," Caran Hartsfield for "Bury Me Standing," Hany Abu-Assad for "In Between Two Days," Miranda July for "Me and You and Everyone We Know," Teboho Mahlatsi for "Scar," Dror Shaul for "Sweet Mud," Rebecca Dreyfus and Aaron Harnick for "The First X-Rated Kiss," Henry Barrial for "True Love," Elisabeth Subrin and Evan Carlson for "Up," and Shirin Neshat for "Women Without Men."
Participating mentoring screenwriters will be Scott Frank, Alice Arlen, Naomi Foner, Stephen Gaghan, Lawrence Konner, Chris McQuarrie, Ron Nyswaner, Frank Pierson, Tom Rickman, John Ridley, Howard Rodman, Susan Shilliday, Zachary Sklar, Ed Solomon, Camille Thomasson, and Tyger Williams. [Wendy Mitchell]