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1995 Sundance Film Festival

The 1995 Sundance Film Festival presented over 100 feature films and 60 shorts. 1995 was a year that presented a score of films to sold-out crowds. Among some of the films making their debut were PRIEST, EXOTICA, THE ADDICTION, NEW JERSEY DRIVE, FUNNY BONES, BEFORE SUNRISE, AN AWFULLY BIG ADVENTURE, DOUBLE HAPPINESS, STRAWBERRY AND CHOCOLATE and a host of others. In addition to the special sidebars of films from Asia, Europe and Latin America, the 1995 Film Festival presented a special sidebar devoted to the personal documentary genre, an animation sidebar and a Native American sidebar. The recipient of the Piper-Heidseick Tribute to Independent Vision was Nicolas Cage.


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