The Open Society Institute and Sundance Institute have curated a seriesof 19 international documentaries that will screen at New York's Film Forumfrom Oct 26-29.

The Soros/Sundance Documentary Fund: A 10th Anniversary FilmSeries, showcases social justice and human rights documentaries made with supportfrom the fund, and opens with Mandy Jacobsen and Karmen Jelincic's 1996 accountof Serbian war crimes in Calling The Ghosts: A Story About Rape, War And Women.

Other award-winning works from the previous 10 years that willscreen include Kate Davis' Southern Comfort (2000) about sexual discrimination; OneDay In September (1999),Kevin MacDonald's Oscar winning story of the Israeli hostage crisis thatovershadowed the 1972 Munich Olympics; and Jonathan Stack and James Brabazon's Liberia:An Uncivil War (2204).