CATAPULT FILM FUND PROJECTS
TO PREMIERE AT SUNDANCE 2018! 
 
 
Catapult Film Fund is pleased to announce that
The Oslo Diaries and Wild, Wild Country
have been selected to premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
 
 
The Sundance Film Festival has introduced international audiences
to some of the most powerful films of our time, including
Catapult Film Fund supported films The Force (SFF '17), Weiner (SFF '16), Cameraperson (SFF '16) and many more. 
 
 
 
WILD, WILD COUNTRY
Directors: Chapman Way and Maclain Way
Producer:  Julie Lembi
 
When a mysterious guru and his disciples purchase a 64,000 acre ranch in desolate, rural Oregon — and build a $125 million utopian society — a war erupts with neighboring ranchers, pitting one way of life against the other and forcing both sides to take actions neither thought imaginable. 
 
 
 
THE OSLO DIARIES
Directors: Mor Loushy and Daniel Sivan
Producers:  Hilla Medalia and Ina Fichman

In 1992, Israeli-Palestinian relations reached an all time low. In an attempt to stop the bloodshed, a group of Israelis and Palestinians met illegally in Oslo. These meetings were never officially sanctioned and held in complete secrecy. They changed the Middle East forever. 
 
 
For a full list of films in competition click here.
If you plan to be in the Park City, UT area you can get your tickets here.
 
 

​​​​​​​Catapult Film Fund provides development funding to help story-driven and cinematic documentary films get off the ground.
 
    
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