Well, this is good news: the Sundance Channel has acquired pay TV rights to 12 films that screened at this year's Sundance Film Festival, including one of my favorite films of 2005, Gregg Araki's Mysterious Skin, as well as I am Cuba, the Siberian Mammoth, which I'm seeing next week and very much looking forward to. It's a documentary by Vincente Ferraz, about the impact of the Soviet/Cuban re-discovered classic I Am Cuba. Designed as the stepchild of Eisenstein and Godard, it was virtually ignored by all audiences opon release in 1964, only to be resurrected by Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola several years ago to become an art school staple. indieWIRE has the full list; the films should start airing in 2006.