Thesps among filmmakers on Sundance’s shorts list

65 pix picked

Thesps Sarah Polley and Anne Heche will unspool their shorts along with 63 others’ small pics at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.

The shorts will screen as part of the shorts film program or serve as lead-ins to feature-length pics throughout the fest.

Sponsored by American Express, the Short Jury will present a prize in short filmmaking.

This year’s selections are:

Joost Rekveld’s “#11”; Ben Tomlin’s “6 Miles of 8 Feet”; Mike Mills’ “Architecture of Reassurance”; Jonathan Michal’s “Babie”; Jim Trainor’s “Bats”; Eva Aridjis’ “Billy Twist”; Gavin Barbey’s “Burnout”; Jake Kons’ “Cheerleader Tales”; Andrew Mudge’s “Chicken Pox Pal”; Scott Rosann’s “Conspiracy Rock”; Aldo Emiliano Velasco’s “Crabgrass Manifesto”;

Jennifer Reeves’ “Darling International”; Tom E. Brown’s “Das Clown”; Nash Edgerton’s “Deadline”; Sarah Polley’s “Don’t Think Twice”; Patrick Jolley and Reynold Reynolds’ “The Drowning Room”; Frazer Bradshaw’s “Every Day Here”; Jorge Luquin’s “Excesos de Cuidad”; Peter Sollett’s “Five Feet High and Rising”; Sussane Horizon-Franzel’s “Flight of the Stone”; Jodi Gibson’s “Friday”; Rolf Gibbs’ “G”; Mark Tiedermann’s “Girl Go Boom”; Lorelei Pepi’s “Grace”; Courtney Byrd’s “Graham’s Diner”; Anthony Dominici’s “Gray Matter”;

Julia Jordan and Terry Stacey’s “The Hat”; Bradley Rust Gray’s “Hitch”; Shona McCullagh’s “Hurtle”; Alexandra Kondracke’s “Ice Fishing”; Kevin Everson’s “Imported”; Jason Reitman’s “In God We Trust”; Alex and Andrew Smith’s “The Keening”; Jay Rosenblatt’s “King of the Jews”; Mike Booth’s “Little Dark Poet”; Rob Letterman’s “Los Gringos”; Jennifer Arnold’s “Maid Of Honor”; Ghyslaine Cote’s “Meanwhile”; Zoe Cassavetes’ “Men Make Women Crazy Theory”; Nicholas Peterson’s “Mum”;

Jieho Lee’s “A Nursery Tale”; Daniel and Matt O’Donnell’s “Officer Down”; Peter Tscherkassky’s “Outerspace”; Steven Bognar’s “Picture Day”; Samuel Ball’s “Pleasures of Urban Decay”; Simon Schorno’s “Poetic License”; Anne Heche’s “Reaching Normal”; Sadia Shepard’s “Reinvention”; Naomi Uman’s “Removed”; Jay Rosenblatt’s “Restricted”; Q. Allan Brocka’s “Rick and Steve, the Happiest Gay Couple in all the World”;

Mike Sakamato’s “Secret Asian Man”; Ondrei Rundavsky’s “Shaman”; Anthony Lucas’ “Slim Pickings”; Martha Colburn’s “Spiders in Love, an Anorgasmic Musical”; Paul Charney’s “Sunday Afternoon”; Wendy Tilby’s “The Day Breaks”; Martha Colburn’s “There’s a Pervert in Our Pool!”; Michael Horowitz and Gareth Smith’s “This Guy Is Falling”; Hope Hall’s “This Is for Betsy Hall”; Jonathon Bekemeier’s “Titler”; Anne Misawa’s “Waking Mele”; Simeon Soffer’s “Wildest Show in the South: The Angola Prison Rodeo”; Jono Oliver’s “The Window”; and Lawrence Greenberg’s “Women Named Greta, Men Named Milo.”

(Charles Lyons contributed to this report.)

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