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    6 Years

    Hannah Fidell, Alex Garland, Ryan Gosling y Judd Apatow, cabezas de cartel.

    Programa de la XXVIII edición de South by Southwest

    Del 13 al 21 de marzo se celebrará una nueva edición del South by Southwest, uno de esos certámenes que ejercen un alto poder de atracción pese a no contar, tradicionalmente, con grandes nombres en su programa. Una máxima que ha ido cambiando en los últimos años como demuestra la line up de la 28ª entrega. La premiere norteamericana de la (¿injustamente?) machacada Lost River de Ryan Gosling; el estreno de la nueva comedia de Paul Feig; la premiere estadounidense de la magnífica Ex Machina de Alex Garland; el primer test-screening de lo nuevo de Judd Apatow; o, la segunda película de la nueva musa indie Hannah Fidell, son algunos de los ingredientes. Todo aderezado con el ambiente artístico-musical que rodea a Austin durante esa semana. Estaremos muy atentos a todas las películas presentadas y el palmarés final del nuevo bastión indie. A continuación, todas las participantes.


    Ten world premieres, ten unique ways to celebrate the art of storytelling. Selected from 1,372 films submitted to SXSW 2015.

    6 Years,
    Directora/guionista: Hannah Fidell.
    A young couple bound by a seemingly ideal love begins to unravel as unexpected opportunities spin them down a volatile and violent path and threaten the future they had always imagined. Cast: Taissa Farmiga, Ben Rosenfield, Lindsay Burdge, Joshua Leonard, Jennifer Lafleur, Peter Vack, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, Molly McMichael, Jason Newman (World Premiere)

    THE BOY,
    Director: Craig Macneill,
    THE BOY is an intimate portrait of a 9-year-old sociopath’s growing fascination with death.Cast: David Morse, Rainn Wilson, Jared Breeze, Bill Sage, Mike Vogel, Zuleikha Robinson, Aiden Lovekamp (World Premiere)

    Creative Control
    Director: Benjamin Dickinson, guionistas: Benjamin Dickinson, Micah Bloomberg
    In near future Brooklyn, an ad executive uses a new Augmented Reality technology to conduct an affair with his best friend’s girlfriend…sort of. Cast: Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner, Dan Gill, Alexia Rasmussen, Reggie Watts, Gavin McInnes, Paul Manza, Himanshu Suri (World Premiere)

    Funny Bunny
    Director/guionista: Alison Bagnall
    Funny Bunny is a serious comedy about a friendless anti-obesity crusader and a trust fund manchild who vie for the heart of a reclusive animal activist and incest survivor, releasing her demons and forming an unlikely ‘family’ in the process. Cast: Kentucker Audley, Joslyn Jensen, Olly Alexander, Anna Margaret Hollyman, Josephine Decker, Louis Cancelmi, Grace Gonglewski, Nicholas Webber, Caridad de la Luz (World Premiere)

    The Grief of Others
    Director/guionista: Patrick Wang
    Based on Leah Hager Cohen’s critically-acclaimed novel, a family struggles with a tragic loss when an unexpected visitor arrives. She stirs the pain of past betrayals but might also offer an unforeseen gift: a way out of their isolating grief. Cast: Wendy Moniz, Trevor St. John, Oona Laurence, Jeremy Shinder, Sonya Harum, Mike Faist, Rachel Dratch, Chris Conroy (World Premiere)

    Director/guionista: Trey Edward Shults
    When Krisha returns for a holiday gathering, the only things standing in her way are family, dogs, and turkey. Cast: Krisha Fairchild, Robyn Fairchild, Bill Wise, Chris Doubek, Olivia Grace Applegate, Chase Joliet, Alex Dobrenko, Bryan Casserly, Augustine Frizzell, Trey Edward Shults (World Premiere)

    Manson Family Vacation
    Director/Guionista: J. Davis
    The story of two brothers: one who’s devoted to his family, the other who’s obsessed with the Manson Family. Cast: Jay Duplass, Linas Phillips, Leonora Pitts, Tobin Bell, Adam Chernick, Davie-Blue (World Premiere)

    Director: Noah Pritzker, Screenwriters: Noah Pritzker, Ben Tarnoff
    A teenager’s family falls apart, so he goes in search of a better one.
    Cast: Benjamin Konigsberg, Mira Sorivno, Greg Germann, Kara Hayward, Kieran Culkin, Morgan Turner, Saffron Burrows, Scott Lawrence (World Premiere)

    Sweaty Betty
    Directores/guionistas: Joseph Frank, Zachary Reed
    On the border of Washington DC, two stories of big dreams take place – a family is determined to turn their 1000 pound pig into the Redskins’ football team mascot, and two teenage fathers scheme a better life for themselves and their children. Cast: Rico Mitchell, Seth Dubose, Floyd Rich III, Chris Rich, Tarich Rich, Floyd Rich V, Chrissy Rich, Charlotte the Pig, Cassy the Dog. (World Premiere)

    Uncle John
    Director: Steven Piet, Screenwriters: Erik Crary, Steven Piet
    Uncle John is an intimately told story that revolves around the struggle to keep a mysterious disappearance unsolved. Cast: John Ashton, Alex Moffat, Jenna Lyng, Ronnie Gene Blevins. (World Premiere)


    Selected from 1,018 submissions, ten world premieres, ten real world stories that demonstrate innovation, energy and bold voices.

    Breaking a Monster
    Director: Luke Meyer
    Breaking a Monster chronicles the break-out year of the band Unlocking The Truth, as the 12 and 13-year-old members first encounter stardom and the music industry, transcending childhood to become the rock stars they always dreamed of being. (World Premiere)

    Deep Time
    Director: Noah Hutton
    Ancient oceans teeming with life, Norwegian settlers, Native Americans and multinational oil corporations find intimacy in deep time. (World Premiere)

    Directors: Alexandria Bombach, Mo Scarpelli
    After decades of war and an oppressive Taliban regime, four Afghan photojournalists face the realities of building a free press in a country left to stand on its own – reframing Afghanistan for the world and for themselves. (World Premiere)

    Madina’s Dream
    Director: Andrew Berends
    An unflinching and poetic glimpse into a forgotten war, Madina’s Dream tells the story of rebels and refugees fighting to survive in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains. (World Premiere)

    Peace Officer
    Directors: Scott Christopherson, Brad Barber
    A former sheriff will stop at nothing to confront the SWAT team he founded. (World Premiere)

    Director: Timothy Wheeler
    Obsessive egg thieves rob the nests of rare birds while a UK national police force tries to stop them. Poached delves into the psychology of these criminals, showing that when passion turns it can destroy the very object of one’s desire. (World Premiere)

    The Sandwich Nazi (Canadá)
    Director: Lewis Bennett
    Deli owner Salam Kahil is an art collector, a former male escort, an amateur musician, and a sandwich maker to the homeless in Vancouver’s poorest neighbourhood but his true passion is talking about blowjobs. (World Premiere)

    She’s The Best Thing In It
    Director: Ron Nyswaner
    Broadway legend Mary Louise Wilson teaches her first acting class, smashing her students’ red carpet illusions. An examination of acting and the sacrifices required, featuring Frances McDormand, Melissa Leo, Tyne Daly, Valerie Harper and others. (World Premiere)

    Directores: Samantha Futerman, Ryan Miyamoto
    Imagine there was someone out there who you’d never met, looked exactly like you and was born on your birthday. Twinsters is the story of two strangers who discovered they were potentially twin sisters separated at birth. (World Premiere)

    A Woman Like Me
    Directores: Alex Sichel, Elizabeth Giamatti
    By creating a fictional character based on herself, filmmaker Alex Sichel learns how to navigate a terminal disease with grace and humor. (World Premiere)


    Big names, big talent: Headliners bring star power to SXSW, featuring red carpet premieres and gala film events with major & rising names in cinema.

    BRAND: A Second Coming (UK)
    Director: Ondi Timoner
    A Second Coming follows comedian/author Russell Brand’s evolution from addict & Hollywood star to unexpected political disruptor & newfound hero to the underserved. Brand is criticized for egomaniacal self-interest as he calls for revolution. (World Premiere)

    Ex Machina
    Director/guionista: Alex Garland
    Alex Garland, writer of 28 Days Later and Sunshine, makes his directorial debut with the stylish and cerebral thriller Ex Machina, starring Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Alicia Vikander.Cast: Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, Alicia Vikander (North American Premiere)

    Get Hard
    Director: Etan Cohen, guionistas: Story por Adam McKay And Jay Martel & Ian Roberts, Guion de Jay Martel & Ian Roberts And Etan Cohen
    With a ten-year stint in San Quentin hanging over his head, yuppie Brad hires city Darnell to toughen him up for prison life. Cast: Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart, Tip “T.I.” Harris, Alison Brie, Craig T. Nelson. (World Premiere)

    Hello, My Name is Doris
    Director: Michael Showalter, guionistas: Laura Terruso, Michael Showalter
    An isolated 60-year-old woman is motivated by a self-help seminar to romantically pursue a younger coworker, causing her to stumble into the spotlight of the local hipster social scene. Cast: Sally Field, Max Greenfield, Beth Behrs, Wendi Mclendon-Covey, Stephen Root, Elizabeth Reaser, Jack Antonoff, Natasha Lyonne, Tyne Daly. (World Premiere)

    Love & Mercy
    Director: Bill Pohlad, guionistas: Oren Moverman, Michael Alan Lerner
    Love & Mercy presents an unconventional portrait of Brian Wilson, iconic leader of the Beach Boys. Cast: John Cusack, Paul Dano, Elizabeth Banks, Paul Giamatti (U.S. Premiere)

    Director: David Gordon Green, guionista: Paul Logan
    Reclusive small town locksmith, A.J. Manglehorn, who has never recovered from his losing his true love embarks on a new tenuous relationship with a local woman he meets at the bank. Cast: Al Pacino, Holly Hunter, Harmony Korine, Chris Messina (U.S. Premiere)

    Director/guionista: Paul Feig
    Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is an unassuming, deskbound CIA analyst, and the unsung hero behind the Agency’s most dangerous missions. But when her partner (Jude Law) falls off the grid and another top agent (Jason Statham) is compromised, she volunteers to go deep undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent a global disaster. Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham, Rose Byrne, Miranda Hart, Bobby Cannavale, Allison Janney, Peter Serafinowicz, Morena Baccarin and Jude Law (Premiere)

    Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine
    Director: Alex Gibney
    An evocative portrait of the life and work of Steve Jobs that re-examines his legacy and our relationship with the computer. (World Premiere)


    High profile narrative features receiving their World, North American or U.S. premieres at SXSW.

    7 Chinese Brothers
    Director/guionista: Bob Byington
    A man unaccustomed to telling the truth learns to at least describe it. Cast: Jason Schwartzman, Tunde Adebimpe, Eleanore Pienta, Olympia Dukakis, Stephen Root (World Premiere)

    The Automatic Hate
    Director: Justin Lerner, guionistas: Justin Lerner, Katharine O’Brien
    When Davis Green’s alluring young cousin Alexis shows up on his doorstep, he discovers a side of his family that had been kept secret his entire life. As the two get closer, they set out to uncover the shocking secret that tore their families apart. Cast: Joseph Cross, Adelaide Clemens, Richard Schiff, Yvonne Zima, Vanessa Zima, Catherine Carlen, Caitlin O’Connell, Ricky Jay, Deborah Ann Woll (World Premiere)

    Bone in the Throat (UK)
    Director: Graham Henman, Screenwriters: Graham Henman, Mark Townend
    Bone in the Throat based on celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain’s novel of the same, is a gritty fast paced story about a young ambitious chef who is mixed up with the East End London mob. While showing off his culinary skills, he finds himself trapped. Cast: Ed Westwick, Tom Wilkinson, Rupert Graves, Vanessa Kirby, John Hannah, Steve Mackintosh, Andy Nyman (World Premiere)

    The Final Girls
    Director: Todd Strauss-Schulson, Screenwriters: M. A. Fortin, Joshua John Miller
    Max and her friends are mysteriously transported into a famous 1980s horror movie that starred Max’s mother, a celebrated scream queen. Reunited, they team up to fight the film’s maniacal killer and find their way back home. Cast: Taissa Farmiga, Malin Akerman, Adam DeVine, Thomas Middleditch, Alia Shawkat, Alexander Ludwig, Nina Dobrev (World Premiere)

    Director: Jamie Babbit, Screenwriter: Karey Dornetto
    Fresno is a comedy that follows lonely but stoic lesbian Martha (Natasha Lyonne), whose sister Shannon (Judy Greer), a sex addict with no impulse control and a long history of poor decisions, winds up back in Fresno cleaning hotel rooms with her. Cast: Natasha Lyonne, Judy Greer, Aubrey Plaza, Fred Armisen, Jessica St. Clair, Molly Shannon, Michael Hitchcock, Ron Livingston (World Premiere)

    The Frontier
    Director: Oren Shai, Screenwriters: Webb Wilcoxen, Oren Shai
    A desperate young woman, on the run from the law, discovers a violent gang of thieves at a desert motel and hatches a plan to steal their loot. Cast: Jocelin Donahue, Kelly Lynch, Jim Beaver, Izabella Miko, Jamie Harris, AJ Bowen, Liam Aiken (World Premiere)

    The Goob (UK)
    Director/guionista: Guy Myhill
    The Goob combines the dirty roar of stock car thunder with the visceral vision of a teenage boy’s first love. Cast: Liam Walpole, Sean Harris, Sienna Guillory (North American Premiere)

    I Dream Too Much
    Director/guionista: Katie Cokinos
    Dora Welles is an imaginative college grad ready to experience all the excitement of life. Instead she finds herself in snowy upstate New York caring for her reclusive great aunt (who has lived a much more exciting life than anyone realizes). Cast: Eden Brolin, Diane Ladd, Danielle Brooks, James McCaffrey, Christina Rouner (World Premiere)

    Ktown Cowboys
    Director: Daniel (DPD) Park, guionistas: Danny Cho, Brian Chung
    Against the alluring backdrop of LA’s Koreatown, 5 legendary partiers go out for one more night of “Ktown” debauchery, eventually growing up by throwing down like they did in their glory days. Cast: Danny Cho, Bobby Choy, Peter Jae, Sunn Wee, Shane Yoon, Eric Roberts, Steve Byrne, Kim Young Chul, Simon Rhee, Daniel Dae Kim (World Premiere)

    Director/guionista: Ross Partridge
    When a man meets a young girl in a parking lot he attempts to help her avoid a bleak destiny by initiating her into the beauty of the outside world. The journey shakes them in ways neither expects. Cast: Oona Laurence, Ross Partridge, Scoot McNairy, Jess Weixler, Lindsay Pulsipher, Joel Murray, Tom Bower, Jennifer Lafleur (World Premiere)

    Life in Color
    Director/guionista: Katharine Emmer
    With no place to live, two strangers are stuck house sitting together. To get back on their feet, this odd couple reluctantly help each other overcome the very personal obstacles that are holding them back in life and from each other. Cast: Josh McDermitt, Katharine Emmer, Adam Lustick, Fortune Feimster, Jim O’Heir (World Premiere)

    The Little Death (Australia)
    Director/guionista: Josh Lawson
    An outrageous romantic comedy about sex; secrets; fate; fetish; told through the lives and desires of five ordinary couples. Cast: Bojana Novakovic, Josh Lawson, Damon Herriman, Kate Mulvany, Patrick Brammall, Kate Box, Alan Dukes, Lisa McCune, Erin James, TJ Power (U.S. Premiere)

    Mania Days
    Director/guionista: Paul Dalio
    Two manic-depressive poets meet in a psychiatric hospital and begin a romance which brings out all the beauty and horror of their condition until they have to choose between sanity and love. Cast: Katie Holmes, Luke Kirby, Christine Lahti, Griffin Dunne, Bruce Altman (World Premiere)

    Night Owls
    Director: Charles Hood, guionistas: Seth Goldsmith, Charles Hood
    After Kevin has a one night stand with Madeline, he discovers she’s actually his boss’ jilted mistress. When she takes a bottle of sleeping pills, Kevin has to keep her awake… and over the course of the night they begin to fall for each other. Cast: Adam Pally, Rosa Salazar, Rob Huebel, Peter Krause, Tony Hale (World Premiere)

    Wild Horses
    Director/guionista: Robert Duvall
    A Texas ranch family’s idyllic life unravels as the Texas Rangers reopen and investigate a 15 year-old missing person case. Cast: Robert Duvall, James Franco, Josh Hartnett, Luciana Duvall, Adriana Barraza, Jim Parrack, Angie Cepeda, Devon Abner (World Premiere)


    Shining a light on new documentary features receiving their World, North American or U.S. premieres at SXSW.

    Bikes vs Cars (Sweden)
    Director/guionistas: Fredrik Gertten
    The bicycle, an amazing tool for change. Activists and cities all over the world are moving towards a new system. But will the economic powers allow it? (World Premiere)

    Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play
    Director: Jerome Thélia, guionistas: John Fox, Jerome Thélia
    Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play takes us to the far reaches of the globe and the deep recesses of our ancient past to answer the question: Why do we play ball? (World Premiere) * SXsports screening

    A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story
    Director: Sara Hirsh Bordo
    From the producers of the most viewed TEDWomen event of 2013 comes A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story, a documentary following the inspiring journey of 25-year-old, 58-pound Lizzie from cyber-bullying victim to anti-bullying activist. (World Premiere)

    Deep Web
    Director/guionista: Alex Winter
    Deep Web gives the inside story of one of the the most important and riveting digital crime sagas of the century — the arrest of Ross William Ulbricht, the entrepreneur alleged to be “Dread Pirate Roberts,” leader of online black market Silk Road. (World Premiere)

    For Grace
    Directors: Kevin Pang, Mark Helenowski
    A documentary about food, family and sacrifice: The kitchen became Curtis Duffy’s refuge after an unimaginable tragedy. Now as one of the country’s most renowned chefs, he’s building his dream restaurant – but at another point of personal crisis. (World Premiere)

    For the Record
    Director: Marc Greenberg
    For the Record explores the “steno culture,” tracking several court reporters and captioners as they strive to attain the Guinness title of World’s Fastest Court Reporter. (World Premiere) * SXsports screening

    GTFO: Get The F% Out
    Director: Shannon Sun-Higginson
    Almost half of all gamers are women; yet, female gamers are disproportionately subject to harassment and abuse. GTFO seeks to investigate misogyny in video game culture and questions the future of this 20 billion dollar industry. (World Premiere)

    Kingdom of Shadows
    Director: Bernardo Ruiz
    The drug war casts a dark shadow on the lives of a Mexican nun, a U.S. Federal agent and a former drug smuggler who wrestle with the far-reaching repercussions on both sides of the border. (World Premiere)

    Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro
    Directores: Michael LaHaie, Christopher Wilcha
    In Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro, comedian Tig Notaro travels across the country in order to put on a series of performances in the homes, back yards, barns, and basements of her most loyal fans. (World Premiere)

    Out To Win (USA/Canada)
    Director: Malcolm Ingram
    Out to Win is a documentary film that serves as an overview and examination of lives and careers of aspiring and professional gay and lesbian athletes who have fought and struggled to represent the LGBT community and their true selves. (World Premiere) * SXsports screening

    Directores: Jeremy Coon, Tim Skousen
    In 1982, two 11 year-olds in Mississippi set out to remake Raiders of the Lost Ark. After seven turbulent years, they finished every scene except one. 30 years later, they attempt to finally finish their fan film and realize their childhood dream. (World Premiere)

    Rolling Papers
    Director: Mitch Dickman
    In 2014, recreational marijuana sales began in Colorado. With all eyes on ground zero of the green rush, The Denver Post appointed the world’s first marijuana editor. Pot is legal, journalism is ignited and The Cannabist is covering it as it unfolds. (World Premiere)

    Directores: David T. Friendly, Mick Partridge, Screenwriter: David T. Friendly
    An in-depth look into the exploding subculture of sneaker collecting and the widespread influence it has had on popular culture around the world. (World Premiere) * SXsports screening

    Son of the Congo
    Director/guionista: Adam Hootnick
    Serge Ibaka’s improbable journey has taken him from the violence of Congo to the top of the NBA. In Son of the Congo, Ibaka returns home, hoping his basketball success can help rebuild a country and inspire a new generation to dream of a better life. (World Premiere) * SXsports screening

    Stone Barn Castle
    Director: Kevin Ford
    A chronicle of the journey to restore a historic barn in Upstate New York. (World Premiere)

    Tab Hunter Confidential
    Director: Jeffrey Schwarz
    In the 1950s, Tab Hunter was number one at the box office and on the music charts. Nothing, it seems, can damage his skyrocketing career. Nothing, that is, except for the fact that Tab Hunter is secretly gay. (World Premiere)

    Directors: Drea Cooper, Zackary Canepari
    17-year-old Claressa ‘T-Rex’ Shields from Flint, Mich. dreams of being the first woman in history to win the gold medal in Olympic boxing. But in order for her to succeed, she’ll need to stand her ground both inside and outside the ring. (World Premiere) * SXsports screening


    Adult Beginners
    Director: Ross Katz, guionistas: Jeff Cox, Elizabeth Flahive
    Out of a job after a disastrous product launch, a big-city yuppie retreats to his suburban childhood home, in this heart-warming and hilarious film about crashing hard, coming home and waking up. Cast: Nick Kroll, Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Joel McHale (U.S. Premiere)

    Being Evel
    Director: Daniel Junge, guionistas: Daniel Junge, Davis Coombe
    Millions know the man; few know his story. Academy Award-winning director Daniel Junge and producer Johnny Knoxville take a candid look at American daredevil Evel Knievel, while reflecting on our voracious public appetite for heroes and spectacle.
    * SXsports screening

    Best of Enemies
    Directores: Morgan Neville, Robert Gordon
    Best of Enemies is a behind-the-scenes account of the explosive 1968 televised debates between the liberal Gore Vidal and the conservative William F. Buckley Jr., and their rancorous disagreements about politics, God, and sex.

    City of Gold
    Director: Laura Gabbert
    City of Gold is a documentary portrait that takes us into Jonathan Gold’s universe to tell the improbable story of a revolution inspired by the pen, but driven by the palate.

    Director: Rick Alverson, guionistas: Rick Alverson, Gregg Turkington
    En route to meet his estranged daughter and attempt to revive his dwindling career, a broken, aging comedian plays a string of dead-end shows in the Mojave desert.

    Cast: Gregg Turkington, John C. Reilly, Tye Sheridan
    Finders Keepers
    Directores: Bryan Carberry, Clay Tweel
    Finders Keepers follows recovering addict and amputee John Wood in his stranger-than-fiction battle to reclaim his mummified leg from Southern entrepreneur Shannon Whisnant, who found it in a grill he bought at an auction.

    Heaven Knows What
    Directores: Joshua Safdie, Benny Safdie, guionistas: Ronald Bronstein, Josh Safdie
    The latest from acclaimed sibling directors Josh and Benny Safdie (Daddy Longlegs) blends fiction, formalism and raw documentary as it follows a young heroin addict who finds mad love in the streets of New York. Cast: Arielle Holmes, Caleb Landry Jones, Buddy Duress, Necro

    The Last Man on the Moon (UK)
    Director: Mark Craig
    One man's part in mankind's greatest adventure... (North American Premiere)

    The Look of Silence (Dinamarca)
    Director: Joshua Oppenheimer
    Director Joshua Oppenheimer's follow-up to the earth-shattering, Academy Award® nominated The Act of Killing.

    Lost River
    Director/guionista: Ryan Gosling
    A family tries to hold on to their home in the ruins of a disappearing city. Cast: Christina Hendricks, Iain De Caestecker, Saoirse Ronan, Matt Smith, Reda Kateb, Barbara Stele, Eva Mendes, Ben Mendelsohn (US Premiere)

    Ned Rifle
    Director/guionista: Hal Hartley
    Ned Rifle is the third and final chapter of Hal Hartley's tragicomic epic begun with Henry Fool (1998) and continued with Fay Grim (2007). In this swiftly paced and expansive conclusion, Henry and Fay's son, Ned, sets out to find and kill his father. Cast: Liam Aiken, Martin Donovan, Aubrey Plaza, Parker Posey, Thomas Jay Ryan, James Urbaniak, Robert John Burke, Bill Sage, Karen Sillas (US Premiere)

    The Overnight
    Director/guionista: Patrick Brice
    Two families meet at the park and set up a playdate that has unexpected outcomes for all. Cast: Adam Scott, Jason Schwartzman, Taylor Schilling, Judith Godrèche

    Director/guionista: Andrew Bujalski
    A take on self improvement culture in America - with all it's promise and absurdity - stuffed into a peculiar romantic comedy. Cast: Guy Pearce, Cobie Smulders, Kevin Corrigan, Giovanni Ribisi, Anthony Michael Hall, Brooklyn Decker, Constance Zimmer
    * SXsports screening

    La sal de la Tierra (Francia)
    Director: Wim Wenders, Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, guionistas: Juliano Ribeiro Salgado, Wim Wenders
    For the last 40 years, photographer Sebastião Salgado has been travelling through the continents, in the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. He is now embarking on the discovery of pristine territories, which is a tribute to the planet’s beauty.

    Director: Kris Swanberg, Guionistas: Kris Swanberg, Megan Mercier
    An inner-city high school teacher discovers she is pregnant at the same time as one of her most promising students and the two develop an unlikely friendship while struggling to navigate their unexpected pregnancies. Cast: Cobie Smulders, Anders Holm, Gail Bean, Elizabeth McGovern

    The Visit (Dinamarca)
    Director/guionista: Michael Madsen
    This film documents an event that has never taken place – man’s first encounter with intelligent life from space.

    Welcome to Leith
    Directores: Michael Beach Nichols, Christopher K. Walker
    A white supremacist attempts to take over a small town in North Dakota.

    Directores: Bill Ross, Turner Ross
    For generations, all that distinguished Eagle Pass, Texas, from Piedras Negras, Mexico, was the Rio Grande. But when darkness descends upon these harmonious border towns, a cowboy and lawman face a new reality that threatens their way of life.


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