Docurama, the US home entertainment specialist distribution label for non-fiction titles,has picked up a raft of previous Sundance titles and plans to release themthroughout the year.

The titles are:
* Sundance 2004 entry The Arthur Dong Collection: Stories From The War OnHomosexuality containingComing Out Under Fire,Family Fundamentals,and Licensed To Kill;
* Carlos Bosch and Jose Maria Domenech's 2004 Oscar-nominated Balseros;
* Liz Garbus' The Execution Of Wanda Jean, part of HBO's America Undercover series;
* Allie Light and Irving Saraf's 1991 Oscar winner In The Shadow Of The Stars;
* Robb Moss' 2004 Indie Spirit nominee The Same River Twice;
* and Abby Epstein's 2004 Sundance entry V-Day: Until The Violence Stops.

Docurama was founded in 1999 by parent company New Video Group andhas released more than 100 titles including Andy Goldsworthy's Rivers AndTides Working With Time,and Michael Moore's The Awful Truth.