The 2012 intake doubles the amount of films and filmmakers the Institute is supporting in the post-production phase.

“Sundance Institute Labs provide a haven for filmmakers to work through challenges and take risks in their work with the support of our staff and creative advisors,” Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam said.

“We are encouraged that nearly every film team that has participated in a DFP Lab since 2006 has completed their film and launched it to audiences.”

Creative advisors will join fellows at the labs, which run from Jun 22-30 and Jul 6-14.

The Documentary Film Program celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and since inception has awarded grants to more than 300 documentary filmmakers in 61 countries.

Jun 22-30 Documentary Edit And Story Lab:

The Genius Of Marian (US)
Dirs: Banker White and Anna Fitch
Editor: Don Bernier

Sembene! (US-Senegal)
Dirs: Samba Gadjigo and Jason Silverman
Editor: Debra Anderson

The Kill Team (US)
Dir: Dan Krauss
Editor: Lawrence Lerew

Match +: Love In A Time Of HIV (US)
Dirs: Ann Kim and Priya Desai
Editor: Bill Anderson

Studio H (US)
Dir: Patrick Creadon
Producer: Christine O’Malley
Editor: Doug Blush

Jul 6-14 Documentary Edit And Story Lab:

Gideon’s Army (US) 
Dir: Dawn Porter
Editor: Matthew Hamachek

God Loves Uganda (US)
Dir: Roger Ross Williams
Editors: Benjamin Gray and Richard Hankin

Noces Rouges (Red Wedding) (Cambodia) 
Dirs: Lida Chan and Guillaume P Suon
Editor: Saobora Narin

Whose Country? (Egypt)
Dir: Mohamed Siam
Editor: Hisham Saqr