Google Search Turns Up Sundance


Sundance Channel made 18 feature films and three series available for purchase or rent via Google Video ( under terms of an agreement announced Wednesday.

Sundance fare available via Google video consists of: documentary series The Staircase (2004), directed by Jean-Xavier De Lestrade; Sundance Channel Original series TransGeneration (2005), directed by Jeremy Simmons and produced in association with MTV Networks’ Logo; Peter Fonda’s directorial debut, The Hired Hand (1971); Bob Odenkirk’s Melvin Goes to Dinner (2003); The Sleepy Time Gal (Christopher Münch, 2001); Amy’s O (Julie Davis, 2001); Scotland PA (Billy Morrissette, 2001); The Slaughter Rule (Alex Smith and Andrew J. Smith, 2002); Searching for Paradise (Myra Paci, 2002); The Heart of Me (Thaddeus O’Sullivan, 2002); The Other Side of the Bed (Emilio Martínez Lázaro, 2002); AKA (Duncan Roy, 2002); Rick (Curtiss Clayton, 2003); Seeing Other People (Wallace Wolodarsky, 2004); Soho Square (Jamie Rafn, 2000); The Tesseract (Oxide Pang Chun, 2003); Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself (Lone Scherfig, 2002); Book of Love (Alan Brown, 2004); Omagh (Pete Travis, 2004); Childstar (Don McKellar, 2004); First Amendment Project: Poetic License (Mario Van Peebles, 2004); First Amendment Project: Fox vs. Franken (Chris Hegedus and Nick Doob, 2004); and First Amendment Project: Some Assembly Required (John Walter, 2004).