Documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger (CRUDE, SOME KIND OF MONSTER) woke up in Park City this morning to the news his film PARADISE LOST: PURGATORY got an Oscar nomination. Berlinger stopped by the Sundance Channel HQ to talk about the honor and the twenty years he spent documenting the West Memphis Three. For those of you not familiar with the story, The West Memphis Three were teenagers convicted of murdering three young children back in 1994. Berlinger’s trilogy of films followed the young men’s trial, appeals and eventual release. Many people credit Berlinger’s films (co-directed with Bruce Sinofsky) with playing a role in securing the men’s release after 18 years in prison.
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|Thu., Jul. 30|
|1:00 AM ET||Pale Rider|
|3:30 AM ET||This Is Spinal Tap|
|5:15 AM ET||The Manchurian Candidate|
|8:15 AM ET||In the Line of Fire|
|11:00 AM ET||Carlito's Way|
|2:00 PM ET||The Green Mile|
|6:00 PM ET||The Green Mile|
|10:00 PM ET||Rectify|
|11:00 PM ET||Law & Order|