Sundance Film Festival 2016

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Cameraperson and Notes On Blindness
Cameraperson (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Kirsten Johnson; Stars: Kirsten Johnson)
Cinematographer Kirsten Johnson documents her career working with filmmakers.
World premiere
The Illinois Parables (Country: US; Year: 2016; Director: Deborah Stratman; Writer: Deborah Stratman; Stars: Raven Wolf C Felton Jennings II, Joshua Frieman, Anna Toborg, Jose Oubrerie, Daniel Verdier, David Gatten, Chris Bournea, Riley Cruttenden, Joshua Finnell, Paul Hill)
Experimental documentary. Eleven parables recount events from the history of the state of Illinois: regional vignettes about faith, force, technology and exodus.
World premiere
Notes On Blindness (Country: UK; Year: 2014; Director: Pete Middleton, James Spinney; Writer: Pete Middleton, James Spinney; Stars: Rafe Beckley, Ellie Bindman, Anoushska Bruce, Celia Henebury, Stanley Pemberton-Warbrick, Lorelei Winterfrost)
Adaptation of John Hull's audio diary about the experience of losing his sight.
World premiere
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