I just posted three small sketches I created in Park City back in 2003 - I call the set "See and Be Seen" and it follows all my well-documented beliefs in video sketches -- they were shot spontaneously, they were edited quickly to a runtime of about 2 minutes each (for legal reasons I'm posting them with no music, just the production sound), and they're pretty okay (not fantastic, but completely appropriate for a personal video project). No-effort mini-documentaries.
SEE AND BE SEEN concerns my observation at Sundance (it was 2003, but it's true every year) that everyone is either LOOKING or HOPING TO BE SEEN. Stars and fans. Journalists and filmmakers. 25% of the people are stars or look like stars; everyone else is looking for stars... this is my sketch of what Sundance looks like to me. (Check out YouTube for all three of them. They're short. I'd be interested in feedback.)
Extra Points if you can locate: Roger Ebert, Seth Green, Illeana Douglas, or Al Gore!