By Advocate.com Editors
Originally published on Advocate.com December 24 2002 1:00 AM ET
Out filmmaker Keith Fulton, the codirector of the upcoming documentary Lost in La Mancha, has been accepted to the 2003 Screenwriters Lab at the Sundance Institute, according to indieWIRE.com. Twelve projects were chosen for the lab, which will be held January 10-15 in Utah, and the workshop will allow emerging writers to work with established pros in developing their scripts. In addition to Fulton's An Awfully Good Alibi, the other selected scripts were Matthew Friedman's All of Creation, Ernesto Quiñonez's Bodega Dreams, Caran Hartsfield's Bury Me Standing, Hany Abu-Assad's In Between Two Days, Miranda July's Me and You and Everyone We Know, Teboho Mahlatsi's Scar, Dror Shaul's Sweet Mud, Rebecca Dreyfus and Aaron Harnick's The First X-Rated Kiss, Henry Barrial's True Love, Elisabeth Subrin and Evan Carlson's Up, and Shirin Neshat's Women Without Men.