The Sundance Documentary Composers and Story Lab has named the seven film-makers and six composers invited to the lab Aug 3-8 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.

The lab, which will explore the creative process in sound and story and the role of film music in nonfiction storytelling, is a collaboration between the Sundance Institute's documentary film programme and its film music programme

The documentary film fesllows are:

Natalia Almada (director/editor) and Daniela Alatorre (producer) for El General, in which Almada explores her history as the great-granddaughter of one of Mexico's most controversial presidents.

Christopher Wong (director/producer) and Zebediah Smith (co-producer/editor) for Whatever It Takes, which tracks a small, innovative public school in South Bronx for a year.

Farid Haerinejad (director/producer/editor) for Women In Shroud, about Iranian lawyers and activists working to stop the practice of execution by public stoning.

Landon Van Soest (director/producer) and Jeremy Levine (producer/editor_ for Good Fortune which examines how international efforts to alleviate poverty in Africa might be undermining the very communities they aim to benefit.

As previously announced, the Composer Fellows are: Matt Cartsonis, T. Griffin, iZLER, JJ Lee, Vivek Maddala and Nicholas Pavkovic.