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Sundance Channel gets election fever

The Sundance Channel wraps the final five weeks of the 2008 presidential campaign with a special DOCDAY slate dedicated to the electoral process. Every Monday night from October 6 through November 3, Sundance will present feature docs and original series about those seeking public office in the U.S. The lineup includes the US premieres of three feature-length docs: Chris Hegedus and D A Pennebaker's The Return of the War Room (a Sundance Channel original production); Mary Lambert's 14 Women; and Vanessa Roth's The Third Monday in October. Also on board are James Rogan's Blog Wars, R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor's 1996 feature A Perfect Candidate, Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight, Robert Drew's Primary, Sarah and Emily Kunstler's short Getting Through to the President, and the Sundance Channel original series The Hill.
August 25, 2008

The Sundance Channel wraps the final five weeks of the 2008 presidential campaign with a special DOCDAY slate dedicated to the electoral process. Every Monday night from October 6 through November 3, Sundance will present feature docs and original series about those seeking public office in the U.S. The lineup includes the US premieres of three feature-length docs: Chris Hegedus and D A Pennebaker’s The Return of the War Room (a Sundance Channel original production); Mary Lambert’s 14 Women; and Vanessa Roth’s The Third Monday in October. Also on board are James Rogan’s Blog Wars, R.J. Cutler and David Van Taylor’s 1996 feature A Perfect Candidate, Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight, Robert Drew’s Primary, Sarah and Emily Kunstler’s short Getting Through to the President, and the Sundance Channel original series The Hill.

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