Docus granted Sundance coin

Harris, Dana
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/25/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 64, p30
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The Sundance Institute Documentary Fund announced its first round of grants for the year 2004, in which 11 feature length documentaries will receive a total of 395,000 dollars. Work in progress grants went to the following films, Anne Aghion for "In Rwanda, We Say, `The Family That Does Not Speak Dies," Shantha Bloemen and JoMarie Fecci for "Western Sahara, Africa's Last Colony," Julie Mallozzi for "Monkey Dance," Patrice 0' Neil for "The Fire Next Time," Jed Rife for "Waiting to Inhale: Marijuana, Medicine and the Law," Susan Stem for "The Self-Made Man" and Pamela Yates for "Passage Through Fear."


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