The Sundance Institute hasnamed the five documentary film-makers and six composers who will take part inits second Documentary Composers Lab.
Participants will spend fivedays from Aug 1-5 at the Lab, a convergence of the Institute's Documentary FilmProgramme and Film Music Programme in which composers and film-makerscollaborate under the guidance of industry veterans.
The documentary composerfellows are Ra'ed Andoni, Mark Becker, Mercedes Moncada, Hank Rogerson, andJilann Spitzmiller.
The composing lab fellowscomprise Peter Fitazpatrick, Aiko Fuskushima, Joseph Julian Gonzales, GaryLouris, Frank Macchia, and Ras Mesinai.
Mentors include composerJohn Adams, film-maker and producer Orlando Bagwell, director Jon Else, andcomposer Camara Kambon.
"An original score is apowerful and effective element of a non-fiction film that often gets overlookedand compromised due to a lack of financial resources," Sundance InstituteDocumentary Film Programme director Diane Weyermann said in a statement.
"This Lab is an opportunityfor documentary film-makers to explore the power of music, and to collaboratewith film composers in this aspect of the creative process." Weyermann willalso serve as a mentor.