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PROVINCETOWN INTERNATIONL FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES COMPLETE LINEUP

Thursday, May 22, 2014

May 22, 2014 (Provincetown, MA) – The Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) announced today its full lineup of spotlight films, narrative and documentary features, short films and special screenings. The complete lineup includes:
 
NARRATIVE FEATURES
 
52 TUESDAYS – directed by Sophie Hyde
APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR – directed by Desiree Akhaven
BEGIN AGAIN – directed by John Carney
BOY AND THE WORLD – directed by Ale Abreu
BUZZARD – directed by Joel Potrykus
CALVARY – directed by John Michael McDonagh
DRUNKTOWN'S FINEST – directed by Sydney Freeland
FORT TILDEN – directed by Sarah Violet-Bliss & Charles Rogers
FRANK – directed by Lenny Abrahamson
HAPPY CHRISTMAS – directed by Joe Swanberg
HUMAN CAPITAL – directed by Paolo Virzi
I ORIGINS – directed by Mike Cahill
THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD – directed by Richard Glatzer & Wash Westmoreland
MOTHER, I LOVE YOU – directed by Janis Nords
OBVIOUS CHILD – directed by Gillian Robespierre
ONE CHANCE – directed by David Frankel
THE ONE I LOVE – directed by Charlie McDowell
A REUNION – directed by Hernando Bansuelo
STAY THEN GO – directed by Shelli Ainsworth
THE TRIP TO ITALY – directed by Michael Winterbottom
THE TWO FACES OF JANUARY – directed by Hossein Amini
VENUS IN FUR – directed by Roman Polanski
THE WAY HE LOOKS – directed by Daniel Ribeiro
WETLANDS – directed by David Wnendt
YVES SAINT LAURENT – directed by Jalil Lespert
ZIP AND ZAP AND THE MARBLE GANG – directed by Oscar Santos
 
DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
 
ALIVE INSIDE – directed by Michael Rossato-Bennett
ALUMBRONES – directed by Bruce Donnelly
ART AND CRAFT – directed by Sam Cullman & Jen Grausman
CAPTIVATED: THE TRIALS OF PAMELA SMART – directed by Jeremiah Zagar
THE CASE AGAINST 8 – directed by Ben Cotner & Ryan White
DIOR AND I – directed by Frederic Tcheng
THE DOG – directed by Allison Berg & Frank Keraudren
AN HONEST LIAR – directed by Justin Weinstein & Tyler Measom
THE INTERNET'S OWN BOY: THE STORY OF AARON SWARTZ – directed by Brian Knappenberger
KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON – directed by Alan Hicks
THE LAST ONE – directed by Nadine Licostie
LOVE CHILD – directed by Valerie Veatch
MALA MALA – directed by Antonio Santini & Dan Sickles
THE OVERNIGHTERS – directed by Jesse Moss
POINT AND SHOOT – directed by Marshall Curry
REGARDING SUSAN SONTAG – directed by Nancy Kates
SHARON ISBIN: TROUBADOUR – directed by Susie Dangel
SOUL OF A BANQUET – directed by Wayne Wang
WHITEY: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA V. JAMES J. BULGER – directed by Joe Berlinger
 
SPOTLIGHT FILMS
 
COMPARED TO WHAT: THE IMPROBABLE JOURNEY OF BARNEY FRANK – directed by Sheila Canavan & Michael Chandler
LAST WEEKEND – directed by Tom Dolby & Tom Williams
LOVE IS STRANGE – directed by Ira Sachs
A MASTER BUILDER – directed by Jonathan Demme
 
SHORTS PROGRAMS
 
Queer Shorts I: Gays Just Wanna Have Fun
 
DRAGULA – directed by Frank Meli
GOD I HOPE I GET IT – directed by Leonora Pitts
GOOD MORNING – directed by Peter Knegt & Stephen Dunn
HECTOR: LOST SOULS WITH SWITCHBLADES – directed by Jeff Compton
LAST FAREWELL – directed by Casper Andreas
SAFE WORD – directed by Todd Lillethun
 
QUEER SHORTS II: REWRITING CONVENTIONS
 
FAMILIES ARE FOREVER – directed by Vivian Kleiman
LAVENDER HILL: A LOVE STORY – directed by Austin Bunn
LIVING IN THE OVERLAP – directed by Mary M. Dalton & Cindy Hill
UNCONDITIONAL – directed by Rhonda Chan Soo, Kelly McKenna & Hanna Teachey
 
SHORTS I: ODDS AND ENDS
 
CHAPEL PERILOUS – directed by Matthew Lessner
CLEAN UP – directed by Jesse Allen
DOG FOOD – directed by Brian Crano
SATELLITE BEACH – directed by Luke Wilson & Andrew Wilson
THE LION’S MOUTH OPENS – directed by Lucy Walker
WE COULD BE YOUR PARENTS – directed by Charlie Anderson
 
SHORTS II: TEENAGE CONFIDENTIAL
 
IN MY SKIN – directed by Alejandro Rodriguez
JUMP – directed by Aimee-Lee Curran
PAPER WRAP FIRE – directed by Raymond Yeung
TOTAL FREAK – directed by Andrew Ellmaker
TREVOR – directed by Peggy Rajski
WHITE RABBIT – directed by Christina Yoon
 
SHORTS III: GALLERY CRAWL
 
DAVID HOCKNEY: IN THE NOW – directed by Lucy Walker
DUAEL: LEE + MAN – directed by Tabitha Vevers & Anthony Sherin
INSIDE MOTHERWELL'S DUMPSTER – directed by Marnie Crawford Samuelson
KEHINDE WILEY: AN ECONOMY OF GRACE – directed by Jeff Dupre
 
PRE-FEATURE SHORTS
 
AIN’T NO FISH – directed by Tom Gasek & Miki Cash
CHERRY POP: THE STORY OF THE WORLD’S FANCIEST CAT – directed by Kareem Tabsch
HOW TO STAND UP FOR YOURSELF – directed by Sarah Hanssen
LITTLE BIG HERO – directed by Nirali Somaia
METROPOLITAN OPERA – directed by Stephen Mallon
THE MISSING SCARF – directed by Eoin Duffy
WRITE BACK – directed by Emily Hubley
 
SPECIAL SCREENINGS
 
A NIGHT AT THE DRIVE IN (DOUBLE BILL):
 
A HARD DAY’S NIGHT – directed by Richard Lester
and JAWS  – directed by Steven Spielberg
 
JOHN WATERS PRESENTS:
 
ABUSE OF WEAKNESS – directed by Catherine Breillat
 
DOUBLE BILL:
 
THE FLY and VIDEODROME – directed by David Cronenberg
 
ADDITIONAL SCREENINGS
 
BIG BAD LOVE – directed by Arliss Howard
 
HIGH ART – directed by Lisa Cholodenko
 
HUBLEY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION films by John and Faith Hubley
 
MIKE’S MURDER – directed by James Bridges
 
NAKED LUNCH – directed by David Cronenberg
 
PIECES OF APRIL – directed by Peter Hedges
 
URBAN COWBOY – directed by James Bridges
 
PIFF takes place June 18 - 22 in Provincetown, Massachusetts on the tip of Cape Cod.
 
Festival passes are now on sale. Tickets will go on sale to Provincetown Film Society members on May 23 and to the public on May 27.
 
The 2014 Festival is presented by HBO and the MALLRD Foundation (Landmark Sponsors), with foundational and grant support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, Provincetown Tourism Fund and the GALE Fund of the Cape Cod Foundation.
 
About PFS & PIFF:
 
The Provincetown Film Society, Inc. (PFS) is the year-round operating organization and home of the 16-year-old Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF), the Waters Edge Cinema and the Provincetown Film Institute. PFS is dedicated to showcasing new achievements in film and honoring the work of acclaimed and emerging directors, producers and actors. It is equally devoted to expanding the audience for independent film and for engaging a cinema that explores equality and tolerance and the efforts to thwart them. An integral part of PFS's mission is to contribute to the economic and creative vitality of America's oldest art colony.

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