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Sundance Unveils Doc Funding List

By Indiewire | Indiewire November 1, 2005 at 8:19AM

Thirteen feature-length docs have been selected for the second round of 2005 funding from the Sundance Documentary Fund. The projects were chosen from 460 submissions and will receive a total of $665,000 from the Open Society Institute and a match from the Ford Foundation.
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Thirteen feature-length docs have been selected for the second round of 2005 funding from the Sundance Documentary Fund. The projects were chosen from 460 submissions and will receive a total of $665,000 from the Open Society Institute and a match from the Ford Foundation.

Work in progress grants: Ngawang Choephel's "Tibet in Song" (US/Tibet), Adam Zucker's "Greensboro" (US), Francois Verster's "The Mother's House" (South Africa), Senain Kheshgi and Geeta Patel's "Project Kashmir (US), Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's "The Trials of Darryl Hunt" (US), James Longley's "Iraq in Fragments" (US), James Leong and Lynn Lee's "Passabe" (Singapore/East Timor), Aaron Matthews' "The Paper" (US), Doan Hoang's "Homelands" (US/Vietnam). Deveopment grants: Robin Hessman's "Russia's Pepsi Generation" (US), Juan Mandelbaum's "Our Disappeared" (US/Argentina). And supplemental Grants (previously awarded Development Grant): Robb Moss and Peter Galison's "Secrecy" (US), Richard Hankin's "Home Front" (US). [Eugene Hernandez]







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