We're big fans of The New York Times' Op-Doc series
, which offers a forum for opinionated documentaries produced in a variety of styles, all universally excellent. Recently, Op-Docs partnered with the Sundance Institute in a three-part series of videos produced by indie filmmakers.
The New York Times's projects were among the first short films to screen at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival with "Allergy to Originality,” an animated Op-Doc by filmmaker Drew Christie and “Notes on Blindness
," directed by Peter Middleton & James Spinney.
All Op-Docs can be seen here.
The third in the Sundance Institute of Op-Docs is "Sarah's Uncertain Path" by Andrew Droz Palermo and Tracy Droz Tragos, directors of the Sundance documentary "Rich Hill." Their short documentary profiles a pregnant teenager in Missouri. Watch it below: