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Sundance Jurors Include Directors Singer and Scherfig, Critics Maltin and Stevens

Photo of Anne Thompson By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood January 9, 2014 at 6:19PM

The Sundance Film Festival jurors include critics Leonard Maltin and Dana Stevens and directors Lone Scherfig and Bryan Singer.
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Lone Scherfig
Lone Scherfig

The members of the six juries awarding prizes at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival (January 16-26) are listed below. Feature film awards will be announced on January 25 in Park City, hosted by husband-and-wife duo Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, and also livestreamed. Short Film Awards will be announced at a ceremony on January 21 at Park City’s Jupiter Bowl. 

U.S. DOCUMENTARY JURY

Tracy Chapman

Tracy Chapman is a Grammy Award–winning singer/songwriter and international recording artist. She has made eight studio albums since her multiplatinum debut in 1988, including Tracy Chapman, Crossroads, Matters of the Heart, New Beginning, Telling Stories, Let it Rain, Where You Live, and Our Bright Future. In 2008, Chapman made her theatre debut composing the music for a new production of Athol Fugard's classic 1961 play Blood Knot, which opened at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theatre. She has toured extensively in the last 25 years in the United States and abroad and has appeared frequently to support social and humanitarian causes, including for the Amnesty International Human Rights Now! tour, the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute, and concerts for Tibetan Freedom, Farm Aid, the Special Olympics, and amfAR.

Charlotte Cook

Charlotte Cooke is the director of programming at Hot Docs, North America’s largest documentary festival. She was previously head of film programming and training at the Frontline Club in London, an organization dedicated to championing independent journalism and freedom of expression. Cook has worked with the BBC’s Storyville, the Channel 4 BritDoc Foundation’s Puma Catalyst Awards, and the Edinburgh International Film Festival, where she curated the Conflict|Reportage program. She has also written extensively for a number of different publications and was the main photographic researcher for the launch of London’s The Times online archive project. In addition to her programming activities, Cook advises organizations on media literacy, specializes in investigative journalism on international conflict, and has an academic background in the role technology plays for the media.

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