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Sundance Channel salutes Bruce Weber

Sundance Channel's website will host the world premiere of photographer/filmmaker Bruce Weber's short film Liberty City is Like Paris To Me on August 20. The channel will also broadcast eight of Weber's films, marking the first time the films air on TV. His feature-length docs Broken Noses, Let's Get Lost and Chop Suey will air, along with the short films Backyard Movie, Gentle Giants, The Teddy Boys of the Edwardian Draper Society,Wine and Cupcakes, as well as the world broadcast premiere of Liberty City. The Bruce Weber film series airs Thursday nights in August at 10 pm ET/PT.
July 23, 2009

Sundance Channel’s website will host the world premiere of photographer/filmmaker Bruce Weber’s short film Liberty City is Like Paris To Me on August 20. The channel will also broadcast eight of Weber’s films, marking the first time the films air on TV. His feature-length docs Broken Noses, Let’s Get Lost and Chop Suey will air, along with the short films Backyard Movie, Gentle Giants, The Teddy Boys of the Edwardian Draper Society,Wine and Cupcakes, as well as the world broadcast premiere of Liberty City. The Bruce Weber film series airs Thursday nights in August at 10 pm ET/PT.

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