The Sundance Institute has announced its fellows for the 2010 Documentary Edit and Story Lab. The 12 Documentary Film Fellows represent five film projects participating in the seventh Documentary Edit and Story Laboratory which takes place between June 19 and 27 in the Wasatch Mountains at the Sundance Resort in Utah.
The Lab Fellows for 2010 are: Ra’anan Alexandrowicz (Directing Fellow), Michael Collins (Directing Fellow), Heather Courtney (Directing Fellow), Ramona Diaz (Directing Fellow), Ron Goldman (Editing Fellow), Kyle Henry (Editing Fellow), Stephen Maing (Directing Fellow), Leah Marino (Editing Fellow), Eric Daniel Metzgar (Editing Fellow), Jonathan Oppenheim (Editing Fellow), Trina Rodriquez (Editing Fellow) and Marty Syjuco (Directing Fellow). The fellows are invited from a grantee pool of 60 projects the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program is currently funding. The docs these fellows represent are Give Up Tomorrow(U.S.), High Tech, Low Life(U.S.,China), The Law in These Parts(Israel, Palestinian Territories), The Learning (U.S.) and Where Soldiers Come From (U.S.).
The Fellows will be joined by six creative advisors to jointly engage in the creative process. The advisors include editors Kate Amend (Into the Arms of Strangers, The Long Way Home), Jean Philippe Boucicaut (Citizen King), Jean Tsien (Shut Up And Sing, Please Vote for Me) and Mary Lampson (Harlan County, A Lion in the House) and directors Laura Poitras (The Oath, My Country My Country) and Robb Moss (Secrecy, The Same River Twice).