2013 Guide to the Sundance Twitterverse: U.S. Documentary Competition

99% Occupy

Here are some of the twitter feeds for those participating in the Sundance Film Festival’s 2013 U.S. Documentary Competition including (image featured above) 99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film. If you know of any other twitter feeds we can add for each individual film – please let us know.

99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film – @99_film
Directors Audrey Ewell – @AudreyEwell, Aaron Aites – @aaronaites, Lucian Read – @lucianread

After Tiller – @aftertillerfilm

American Promise – @PromiseFilm

Blood Brother – @bloodbrotherdoc
Executive Producer Leigh Blake – @leighactfive

Citizen Koch – @CitizenKochFilm

Cutie and the Boxer – @CutieAndBoxer
Director Zachary Heinzerling – @zacharyzenor

Dirty Wars – @DirtyWars
Director Richard Rowley – @bignoisefilms
Producers Civic Bakery – @civicbakery
Writer and Narrator Jeremy Scahill – @jeremyscahill

Gideon’s Army – @GideonsArmyFilm
Director Dawn Porter – @dawnporterm

God Loves Uganda – @GodLovesUganda
Director Roger Ross Williams – @RogerRossWill

The Good Life
Director Sean Fine – @FineFilms

Inequality for All – @InequalityFilm

Manhunt – @MANHUNTDOC

Valentine Road – @ValentineRdDoc

Based out of the film deprived rust belt of Buffalo, NY, Jordan M. Smith is a film critic/journalist for IONCINEMA.com and has been making the rounds at Sundance, TIFF, and Hot Docs. When he's not gazing at the glow of a big screen, he's teaching as a tech librarian. Top Films From Contemporary Film Auteurs: P.T. Anderson (There Will Be Blood), W. Anderson (The Life Aquatic), Assayas (Carlos), Almodóvar (Broken Embraces), Coen Bros. (No Country For Old Men), Gibney (We Steal Secrets), Herzog (Grizzly Man), Kar-wai (Chungking Express), Kiarostami (Certified Copy), Malick (The Tree of Life), Morris (The Wog of War), Ross Bros. (Tchoupitoulas)