On the final Sunday of Sundance, most of the theaters in town show the films that won awards the night previous. I’d already seen the US Dramatic and US Audience award winners, regularly the two most prestigious handed out, so as my final film of Sundance 2011, I watched the US Documentary winner called How To Die In Oregon. Directed by Peter D. Richardson, the film explores the Oregon law that allows for physician assistant suicide. From its unforgettable opening to its equally unforgettable climax, How To Die In Oregon is a somewhat balanced, but incredibly personal and emotional documentary that you won’t soon forget. Read More »