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The chances of an independent filmmaker getting his or her film accepted for showing in Utah's Sundance Film Festival are enormous. In 2005, there were 2,613 submissions for sixteen slots in the dramatic competition section. This year two North Carolina filmmakers, Tim Kirkman and Phil Morrison, had their films selected. Cheshire discusses the films and the impressions they made on the festival audiences.
Morris interviews veteran Durham filmmaker Cynthia Hill about the acceptance of her latest film, Private Violence, by the Sundance Film Festival. The film which deals with domestic violence is just one of sixteen entered in the 2014 US Documentary Competition.