Steve Buscemi’s “Animal Factory” and Barbara Kopple’s “My Generation” have been added to this year’s Sundance lineup.
Based on the novel by Edward Bunker, “Animal Factory” centers around the relationship between a first-time felon (Edward Furlong) and a hardened convict (William Dafoe).
Pic’s screenplay was penned by John Steppling and also stars Mickey Rourke, Seymour Cassel, Tom Arnold and Buscemi.
In “My Generation,” a work in progress, Kopple — who has received two Oscar statuettes, one in 1977 for doc “Harlan County, USA” and another in 1991 for doc “American Dream”– explores the three Woodstock festivals of 1969, 1994 and 1999 and the power of the Woodstock myth.
“Animal Factory” is skedded to unspool Jan. 24; “My Generation” will screen on Jan. 25.