Sundance Film Festival 2005

Selection of films which don't sit easily within the other categories. This section would, in later years, be expanded and renamed Spectrum.

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Ballets Russes and March Of The Penguins
212 (Country: US; Year: 2004; Director: Anthony Ng; Writer: Anthony Ng; Stars: Ajay Naidu, Priscilla Garita, Johnny Sanchez, Brian Gant, Catherine Zambri, Michelle Luchese, Lori Prince, Richard Furlong, Michelle Irethia Baker, John Heinlein, )
Three sets of New Yorkers look to make sense of their lives outside the confines of their matchbox apartments and mundance jobs.
Ballets Russes (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Daniel Geller, Dayna Goldfine; Writer: Daniel Geller, Dayna Goldfine, Celeste Schaefer Snyder, Gary Weimberg; Stars: Irina Baronova, Yvonne Chouteau, Yvonne Craig, Frederic Franklin, Alan Howard, Nathalie Krassovska, Alicia Markova)
Documentary tracking the pirouettes and personalities in the world-famous ballet company.
The Garden (Country: US; Year: 2004; Director: Frederick Wiseman)
Documentary focussing on Madison Square Garden.
Green Bush (Country: Australia; Year: 2005; Director: Warwick Thornton; Writer: Warwick Thornton; Stars: Ted Egan, Audrey Martin, David Page, Leo Jampinjinpa Wayne)
Homage to Aboriginal DJs.
March Of The Penguins (La Marche de Empereur, The Emperor's Journey.) (Country: France; Year: 2005; Director: Luc Jacquet; Writer: Luc Jacquet, Michel Fessler; Stars: Emperor penguins, voice of Morgan Freeman)
A year in the life of the emperor penguins of Antartica.
Moo(n) (Country: UK; Year: 2003; Director: Leigh Hodgkinson; Writer: Leigh Hodgkinson; Stars: Tom Hillenbrand, Robert Llewellyn, Matt Lucas)
On a small planet lived a girl and a cow.
Screening as part of an Animation Spotlight programme
Protocols Of Zion (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Marc Levin; Stars: Alan Levin, Marc Levin)
Exploration of the rise of anti-semitism.
Reel Paradise (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Steve James; Stars: Georgia Pierson, Janet Pierson, John Pierson, Wyatt Pierson)
Tracking movie maven John Pierson and his family as they head to Fiji to run the world's most far-flung cinema.
Rock School (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Don Argott; Stars: Napoleon Murphy Brock, Asa Spades Collins, Tucker Collins, Madi Diaz-Svalgard, Paul Green, Will O'Connor, CJ Tywoniak)
Documentary about the real life School Of Rock.
A Thousand Roads (Country: US; Year: 2005; Director: Chris Eyre; Writer: Scott Garen, Joy Harjo; Stars: Jeremiah Bitsui, Candice Castello, Geraldine Keams, Riana Malabed, Honorato Nanatay, Alex Rice, John Trudell, Christopher Neal Orrell, , , )
Documentary journey covering the Americas from Alaska to Peru.
Unconscious (Inconscientes) (Country: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Germany; Year: 2004; Director: Joaquin Oristrell; Writer: Joaquin Oristrell, Teresa de Pelegri, Dominic Harari)
A heavily-pregnant woman turns Sherlock Holmes to track down her husband after he vanishes.
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