Sundance Institute has announced the lineup for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival’s shorts program, which will feature 73 projects split into domestic and international competitive categories. These shorts were selected from a total of 4,327 submissions to the festival, which runs January 19-29 in Park City, Utah. Fans can also catch the shorts at the Sundance.org website through June 19.
The animated shorts which made it to the domestic lineup this year are Daniel Sousa’s Fable, David Chai’s Fumi and the Bad Luck Foot, Jeff Fowler’s Gopher Broke, Brent Gree’s Hadacol Christmas, John Jota Lea’os Los ABCs: ‘Que Vivan los Muertos!, Adam Parrish King’s The Wraith of Cobble Hill.
On the international program: Bruce Alcock’s At the Quinte Hotel, Stock ‘n’ Wolf’s Bob Log III’s Electric Fence Story, Van Sowerwine’s Clara, Edourard Salier’s Flesh, Firas Momani’s A Half Man, Anthony Lucas’ The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello and Becalelis Brodskis’ Yesterday, I Think.