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1993 Sundance Film Festival

The 1993 Sundance Film Festival presented over ninety features and fifty shorts, including a variety of films from throughout the world. Films such as ORLANDO, SILVERLAKE LIFE: THE VIEW FROM HERE, EL MARIACHI, RUBY IN PARADISE and LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE all premiered at this festival. Denzel Washington was awarded the Piper-Heidsieck Tribute to Independent Vision, and filmmakers Philip Kaufman (THE RIGHT STUFF, HENRY & JUNE, INVASION OF THE BODYSNATCHERS) and Christian Blackwood (ALL BY MYSELF, SIGNED: LINO BROCKA) were honored with retrospectives of their work.

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