Sundance Institute announced today 19 members of five juries heading into the Park City event, scheduled to run from Jan 17-27.
The jurors are as follows:
US DOCUMENTARY JURY
Liz Garbus (director of Love, Marilyn among others);
Davis Guggenheim (directing credits include It Might Get Loud);
Gary Hustwit (directed Helvetica);
Brett Morgen (directing credits include The Kid Stays In The Picture); and
Diane Weyermann (Participant Media evp of documentary films).
US DRAMATIC JURY
Ed Burns (actor-director);
Wesley Morris (2012 Pulitzer Prize-winner for criticism for the Boston Globe);
Rodrigo Prieto (cinematographer whose credits include Argo, Amores Perros);
Tom Rothman (former co-chairman of Fox Filmed Entertainment and Fox Searchlight founder); and
Clare Stewart (pictured, head of exhibition at the BFI).
WORLD CINEMA DOCUMENTARY JURY
Sean Farnel (festivals and digital distribution specialist);
Robert Hawk (film-maker and festival consultant); and
Enat Sidi (US documentary editor; credits include Jesus Camp).
WORLD CINEMA DRAMATIC JURY
Anurag Kashyap (directed the two-part Gangs Of Wasseypur, among others);
Nadine Labaki (directing credits include Where Do We Go Now?); and
Joana Vicente (executive director of IFP).
SHORT FILM JURY
Mike Farah (President of production at Funny Or Die);
Don Hertzfeldt (directing credits include animated short Everything Will Be OK); and
Magali Simard (Short film film-maker).