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2000 Sundance Film Festival

The 2000 Sundance Film Festival greeted the new millennium with a glance to the future and an affirmation of tradition. The digital domain was everywhere apparent with dot.com companies and streaming videos and the popularity of a digital video feature CHUCK AND BUCK. But the festival winners -- GIRLFIGHT, YOU CAN COUNT ON ME, and TWO FAMILY HOUSE-- were small, conventional and very well written and acted dramas. And documentaries that called attention to real people in trouble were both admired and watched. The Piper-Heidsieck tribute to Independent Vision went to Kevin Spacey.


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