Sundance sets shorts

Selection made from 3,289 submissions, includes 33 int'l pix

Among the 86 short films selected for the 2004 Sundance Film Festival are titles directed by actor Hank Azaria, “Capturing the Friedmans” helmer Andrew Jarecki, photographer David LaChappelle, “Waking Life” animator Bob Sabiston, “Smoke Signals” writer Sherman Alexie, “The Fighting Temptations” scribe Saladin Patterson and Anonymous Content manager and producer Larry Kennar.

From 3,289 submissions, 2,532 were from American filmmakers and 857 from international helmers. The lineup comprises 53 American titles and 33 international films.

This year, the festival is introducing a jury prize for international shorts less than 30 minutes in length. American shorts of less than 30 minutes are eligible for the jury prize in a counterpart category. The short-film jury chooses winners.

99 Scents – Keir Serrie
100 Lovers Of Jesus Reynolds – Ilya Chaiken
American Nutria – Matt Mccormick
Are You Feeling Lonely?– Rosario Garcia Montero
Bobbycrush – Cam Archer
Calicot, France – V. Sarah Gurevick
Cheap Ludes, Netherlands – Jeroen Mol And John Doornik
Curtis – Jacob Akira Okada
Danger: Dr. Poison (Amenaza Dr. Veneno), Mexico – Jose Reben Escalante Mendez
David Mamet’s Gilded Stones – James Dodson
Deep Silence (El Profundo Silencio), Mexico – Gustavo Loza
Destino – Dominique Monfery
The Dock – Nina Martinek
Drop – Robert Mowen
Dysenchanted – Terri Edda Miller
Exit 8a – Margaret Harris
Flying, Japan – Hirofumi Nagaike
Foofoo Dust – Gina Levy And Eric Johnson
Gowanus, Brooklyn – Ryan Fleck
Grasshopper – Bob Sabiston
Harvie Krumpet, Australia – Adam Elliot
Hike Hike Hike – Anouck Iyer
Hummer – Guinevere Turner
I’m Bobby – Xav Leplae
Infidelity (In Equal Parts)– Jacques Thelemaque
Iron Mountain, Korea – Jong Lim Ro
It’s Okay To Drink Whiskey, U.K. – Paul Williams
Just A Clown – Andrew Jarecki
Krug – Bryan Buckley
Krumped – David Lachappelle
Our Story (La Historia De Todos), Mexico – Blanca Aguerra
Little Black Boot – Colette Burson
LSD A Go Go – Scott Calonico
The M Word – Rocky Morton
Meridian Days – Trevor Fife
Mountain Head, Japan – Koji Yamamura
Nibbles, Canada – Chris Hinton
Nobody’s Perfect – Hank Azaria
Oedipus – Jason Wishnow
One Flight Stand – Saladin K. Patterson
The Pact (Patgen), Denmark – Heidi Maria Faisst
Payday – Natacha Feola
Little Light (Petite Lumiere), France – Alain Gomis
Phase 5– Solomon Burbridge
Pretty Dead Girl – Shawn Ku
Sangam – Prashant Bhargava
The School, Canada – Jonathan Hayes
Scrabble – Jay Duplass And Mark Duplass
Short Hymn_Silent War, Canada – Charles Officer
A Short Journey, Thailand – Tanon Sattarujawong
Slowly Silently – Jinoh Park
Something In Between – Zackary Adler
Spokane – Larry Kennar
Talking With Angels, U.K. – Yousaf Ali Khan
Teratoma, Australia – Rupert Glasson
That Day – Matthew Thomas
A Thousand Words – Melba L. Williams
Tomo, U.K. – Paul Catling
Twins – Martin Bell
The Vest – Paul Gutrecht
Water, New Zealand – Chris Graham
Welcome To Life – Jowan Carbin
When The Storm Came – Shilpi Gupta
A Woman Reported – Chris J. Russo

Careless Reef, The Netherlands – Gerard Holthuis
The Cold Ones – Aaron Platt
Fast Film, Austria/Luxembourg – Virgil Widrich
Light Is Calling – Bill Morrison
N Judah 5:30– Sam Green
Out Of The Ether – Kerry Laitala
Papillon D’amour, Belgium – Nicolas Provost
Pictures From Dorothy – Kevin Jerome Everson
Song Of The Firefly, Canada – Izabella Pruska Oldenhof
Thunder Perfect Mind – Micaela O’herlihy

49?– Sherman Alexie
Flat, Australia – Beck Cole
If The Weather Permits, Canada – Elisapie Isaac
In Shadow, Canada – Shirley Cheechoo
Memory – Cedar Sherbert
Might Of The Starchaser, Canada – Joseph Lazare
Prayer For A Good Day, Canada – Zoe Leigh Hopkins
Shush – Blackhorse Lowe
Spin, Canada – Danis Goulet
The Shirt, Canada – Shelley Niro
Tiga E Le Iloa, New Zealand – Popo Malufaitoaga (Lilo)
Turn Around, Australia – Samantha Saunders
Two Cars, One Night,New Zealand – Taika Waititi

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