Indiewire has the full line-up of films in competition for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. In a separate article, Sundance's John Cooper says, "I think that this year is going to be the festival of new faces", with nearly 50 first-time feature filmmakers represented.
In the documentary competition, the films are:
"A Lion In The House," directed by Steven Bognar & Julia Reichert
Five diverse families -- each with a child fighting cancer -- navigate the ups and downs of treatment over six years, while maintaining hope in this complex portrait of human resilience. [World Premiere]
"American Blackout," directed by Ian Inaba
A stylish hard hitting documentary that recounts the fascinating career of Representative Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) and the suppression of the black vote historically and during the recent Presidential elections in Florida and Ohio. [World Premiere]