Out filmmakers Louis Pepe and Keith Fulton accepted into Sundance lab
BY Advocate.com Editors
May 14 2003 12:00 AM ET
Openly gay director Louis Pepe and writer Keith Fulton, who previously collaborated on the documentary Lost in La Mancha, about Terry Gilliam's unsuccessful attempt to make a Don Quixote movie, have been accepted into the 2003 Sundance Filmmakers Lab, reports Variety. The two will team up again for An Awfully Good Alibi, a narrative feature about an out-of-work actor who becomes ensnared in the delusional plots of an old man who becomes his friend. Gay-adjacent filmmakers at the Sundance labs this summer include animator Emily Hubley, who created the animated sequences of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, at the Filmmakers Lab with The Toe Tactic, and Dahmer author David Jacobson, attending the Screenwriters Lab with his script Down in the Valley.
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