Sundance Film Festival 2007

Three of the best from across the globe. The UK's T.O.M. received a Special Mention from the Jury.

View other Sundance Film Festival Films by strand: From The Sundance Collection, Independent Feature Film Competition: Documentary, Independent Feature Film Competition: Dramatic, International Shorts: Documentary, International Shorts: Dramatic, New Frontier, Park City At Midnight, Premieres, Special Screenings, Spectrum, US Short Films: Animation, US Short Films: Documentary, US Short Films: Dramatic, World Cinema Competition: Documentary, World Cinema Competition: Dramatic

Dreams and Desires: Family Ties Dreams and Desires: Family Ties
Dreams and Desires: Family Ties and T.O.M.
Dreams and Desires: Family Ties (Country: UK; Year: 2006; Director: Joanna Quinn; Writer: Les Mills; Stars: Menna Trussler)
Upon acquiring a new digital video camera, Beryl becomes obsessed with the filmmaking process, using it to articulate her dreams & desires in a video diary with disastrous results.
In Passing (Country: UK; Year: 2006; Director: Christopher Thomas Allen & Robert Rainbow)
An exploration of the psycho-geography of Manchester, through the experiences of a local woman who is partially blind.
T.O.M. (Country: UK; Year: 2007; Director: Tom Brown, Daniel Gray; Stars: Kristy Cromwell )
A journey of a young boy with an affinity for a little extra exposure.
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