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Purchase Filmmaker Heads to Sundance Institute

Vuk Lungulov-Klotz ’16 was selected for visionary storytelling.

For the second year in a row, Vuk Lungulov-Klotz ’16 (film) will attend the Sundance Institute’s Screenwriter’s Lab June 23–28.

One of only five “visionary storytellers” selected for the program, he’ll spend a week working on his screenplay Quiltro, receiving one-on-one support in an “environment of dynamic inspiration” at the Sundance Resort in Utah. 

Quiltro, his debut feature, tells the story of Feña, a transgender Chilean-American “mutt” who stumbles through a hectic day, negotiating complicated dynamics with friends, lovers, and family as they navigate new incarnations of their relationships.

Lungulov-Klotz is a transgender filmmaker, born in New York City to Chilean and Serbian immigrants. His trans-themed short film, Still Liam, was his senior project and part of the Inside Out 2017 Toronto LGBT Film Festival, the GAZE international LGBT Film Festival, and was an award-winner at the Trans Stellar Film Festival.