Date: 5th December 2000
The Sundance Film Festival on Monday announced its choices for 2001, many of them distinguished by digital production techniques.
The 16 films (and their directors) chosen for the dramatic competition include: 30 Years to Life (Vanessa Middleton); American Astronaut (Cory McAbee); The Believer (Henry Bean); The Business of Strangers (Patrick Stettner); The Deep End (Scott McGehee & David Siegel); Donnie Darko (Richard Kelly); Green Dragon (Timothy Linh Bui); Hedwig and the Angry Inch (John Cameron Mitchell); L.I.E., (Michael Cuesta); In The Bedroom (Todd Field); Lift (DeMane Davis & Khari Streeter); Macarthur Park (Billy Wirth); Memento (Christopher Nolan); Scotland, PA (Billy Morrissette); The Sleepy Time Gal (Christopher Munch); Some Body (Henry Barrial).
Films selected for the festival's documentary competition and its American Spectrum series are listed on the Sundance Web site
Source: Studio Briefing