Sundance Film Festival 2007

Factual shorts from around the world. Motodrom received a Special Mention from the Sundance 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: Animation, 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

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Motodrom and Tanju Miah
The Fence (El Cerco) (Country: Spain; Year: 2005; Director: Ricardo Íscar, Nacho Martín; Writer: Ricardo Íscar, Nacho Martín)
Every year, thousands of tuna fish migrate to the Mediterranean Sea where men chase them in a ritual of blood and death.
Master of Reality (Country: UK; Year: 2006; Director: Matthew Killip)
Now 19, Ronny reflects on the phantasmagoric childhood he obsessively documented.
Motodrom (Country: Germany; Year: 2006; Director: Joerg Wagner; Writer: Joerg Wagner)
The riders of The Wall of Death still defy gravity and thrill a diminishing crowd.
Tanju Miah (Country: UK; Year: 2006; Director: Sadik Ahmed)
A young Bengali boy, forced to grow up in a world where he must fend for himself, awaits the return of his mother.
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