Latino teens in a post 9/11 world, 1970s Los Angeles socialhistory, and sex and the Roman Catholic church inform the upcoming slate ofprojects at the Sundance Institute's June Filmmakers and Screenwriters Labs.

Among the 13 project line-up this summer are Cruz Angeles's Don'tLet Me Drown, Stew andHeidi Rodewald's We Can See Today, and Martin Moran's Celestial Navigation.

The Labs are scheduled to runat Sundance Village in Utah from May 31-Jun 30 under the watchful eye ofcreative advisors including Sally Field, Walter Mosley, Philip Seymour Hoffmanand Robert Redford.

Previousprojects at Sundance Institute's June Filmmakers and Screenwriters Labs includeBoys Don't Cry, Maria Full Of Grace, Me And You And Everyone We Know, ReservoirDogs and David Jacobson's Down In The Valley, which will play in Un CertainRegard in Cannes next month.