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Sundance Institute reveals fellows for Documentary Edit and Story Lab

Sundance Institute's 12 documentary film fellows have been announced, representing six projects - All that Glitters (Czech Republic/Kyrgyzstan), Camp Victory, Afghanistan (U.S./Afghanistan), Muhammad Yunus Banks on America (U.S.), Our School (Romania), Release (U.S./Yemen) and Russia's Pepsi Generation(w/t) (US/UK). For the full list of fellows and creative advisers, see the press release.
June 10, 2009

Sundance Institute’s 12 documentary film fellows have been announced, representing six projects – All that Glitters (Czech Republic/Kyrgyzstan), Camp Victory, Afghanistan (U.S./Afghanistan), Muhammad Yunus Banks on America (U.S.), Our School (Romania), Release (U.S./Yemen) and Russia’s Pepsi Generation(w/t) (US/UK). For the full list of fellows and creative advisers, see the press release.

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