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11 New Sundance Supported Films Now Streaming

Thompson on Hollywood By Sophia Savage | Thompson on Hollywood August 23, 2012 at 4:23PM

Now available on SnagFilms, Hulu and Netflix are eleven new films supported by the Sundance Institute's Artist Services Program, which launched in February. Artist Services gives filmmakers exclusive opportunities to self-finance, market and distribute their films. Films from the program are also available on...
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"Clear Cut: the Story of Philomath, Oregon"
(Director: Peter Richardson) — Conservative logging barons and liberal urban immigrants collide over how college scholarships are distributed in this skillful documentary. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SnagFilms, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2006 Sundance Film Festival)

"Climate Refugees"
(Director: Michael Nash) — An over-consuming, crowded world, with depleting resources and a changing climate, is giving birth to 25 million climate refugees resulting in a mass global migration and border conflicts. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SnagFilms, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2010 Sundance Film Festival)

"Dirty Work"
(Directors: David Sampliner and Tim Nackashi) — Dirty Work introduces us to three professionals with the dirtiest jobs you'd never want to do: a "reproductive physiologist" who collects bull semen for agricultural uses, a lifelong septic-tank pumper, and a "restorative artist" who prepares corpses for funerals. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SnagFilms, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2004 Sundance Film Festival)

"The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan"
(Director: Henry Corra) — U.S. Army Private McKinley Nolan vanished 40 years ago in Vietnam. Theories about what happened to him abound and vary wildly. One family journeys into the heart of darkness to find the truth. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SnagFilms, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2009 Sundance Documentary Film Grant)

"Enemies of the People"
(Directors: Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath, Screenwriter: Rob Lemkin) — A young journalist whose family was killed by the Khmer Rouge befriends the perpetrators of the Killing Fields genocide, evoking shocking revelations. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SnagFilms, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2009 Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program Grant, 2010 Sundance Film Festival)

"Miss Wonton"
(Director and screenwriter: Meng Ong) — An Na comes to New York from a small village in China and is quickly bedded by a slimy suburbanite in whose tract home she settles with her mother. When the man returns home with his wife, An Na must decide her fate in her adopted country. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Netflix, SundanceNOW, VUDU, YouTube. (2001 Sundance Film Festival)

"The Woods"
(Director and screenwriter: Matthew Lessner) — A satirical nod to ethnographic film fashions a critique on media technology dependence, when eight young Americans move deep into to the woods to start their own utopia. iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu, Microsoft Xbox, Netflix, SundanceNOW, Sony Entertainment Network, VUDU, YouTube. (2011 Sundance Film Festival)

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Born and raised in Manhattan, Anne Thompson grew up going to the Thalia and The New Yorker and wound up at grad Cinema Studies at NYU. She worked at United Artists and Film Comment before heading west as that magazine's west coast editor. She wrote for the LA Weekly, Sight and Sound, Empire, The New York Times and Entertainment Weekly before serving as West Coast Editor of Premiere. She wrote for The Washington Post, The London Observer, Wired, More, and Vanity Fair, and did staff stints at The Hollywood Reporter and Variety. She eventually took her blog Thompson on Hollywood to Indiewire. She taught film criticism at USC Critical Studies, and continues to host the fall semester of “Sneak Previews” for UCLA Extension.