Among the just-revealed Sundance ’09 selections for Documentary, Dramatic and World Cinema competition, my three personal stands-outs are all docs: (1) When You’re Strange (director-screenwriter: Tom DiCillo) — This first-ever feature-length doc about The Doors “enters the dark and dangerous world of one of America’s most influential bands using only footage shot between 1966 and 1971”; (2) William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (directors: Sarah and Emily Kunstler) — A portrait of the most famous and influential radical leftie lawyers of the 20th century who defended, among many ’60s-era New Left defendants, the Chicago 7; and (3) The September Issue (director: R.J. Cutler) — Culled from nine months of covering Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and her team preparing the 2007 Vogue September issue, widely accepted as the “fashion bible” for the year’s trends.