PARK CITY, Utah - Films from Canadian directors Sarah Polley and Jason Eisener are among the projects headed to the Sundance Film Festival.
Polley's deeply personal documentary "Stories We Tell" will be part of the Spotlight section, an out-of-competition category that features favourite films from other festivals.
Eisener is among a team of directors that collaborated on the U.S.-Canada co-production "S-VHS," a horror that will screen as part of the Park City At Midnight section.
Meanwhile, organizers say Francois Delisle's film "The Meteor" will be part of the New Frontier section, a mix of experimental media installations, multimedia performances, panels and films.
Sundance is expected to announce its lineup of high-profile premieres on Monday.
The festival runs Jan. 17 to 27 in Park City, Utah.