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quietearth [Film Festival 12.03.08] movie news

Oh I'm so excited! One of the best fests of the year! The 2009 Sundance Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its U.S. and World competitions for dramatic and documentary features. The non-competitive sections including Premieres, Spectrum, Midnight, and New Frontiers will be announced December 4. Sundance unspools January 15-25, 2009 in Park City, Utah.

Check out the film list after the break. via Variety.


* Adam (Max Mayer)
* Amreeka (Cherien Dabis)
* Big Fan (Robert Siegel)
* Brief Interviews With Hideous Men (John Krasinski)
* Cold Souls (Sophie Barthes)
* Dare (Adam Salky)
* Don’t Let Me Drown (Cruz Angeles)
* The Dream of the Romans (John Hindman)
* The Greatest (Shana Feste)
* Humpday (Lynn Shelton)
* Paper Heart (Nicolas Jasenovec)
* Peter and Vandy (Jay DiPietro)
* Push (Lee Daniels)
* Sin nombre (Cary Fukunaga)
* Taking Chance (Ross Katz)
* Toe to Toe (Emily Abt)


* Art and Copy (Doug Pray)
* Boy Interrupted (Dana Perry)
* Sergio (Greg Barker)
* The Cove (Louie Psihoyos)
* Crude (Joe Berlinger)
* Dirt the Movie (Bill Benenson, Gene Rosow)
* The General (Natalia Almada)
* Good Hair (Jeff Stilson)
* Over the Hills and Far Away (Michel Scott)
* The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court (Pamela Yates)
* Reporter (Eric Daniel Metzgar)
* The September Issue (R.J. Cutler)
* Shouting Fire: Stories From the Edge of Free Speech (Liz Garbus)
* We Live in Public (Ondi Timoner)
* When You’re Strange (Tom DiCillo)
* William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe (Sarah Kunstler, Emily Kuntsler)


* Before Tomorrow (Madeline Piujuq, Marie-Helene Cousineau, Canada)
* Bronson (Nicolas Winding Refn, U.K.)
* Carmo, Hit the Road (Murilo Pasta, Spain)
* The Clone Returns (Kanji Nakajima, Japan)
* Dada’s Dance (Zhang Yuan, China)
* An Education (Lone Scherfig, U.K.)
* Five Minutes of Heaven (Oliver Hirschbiegel, U.K.)
* A French Gigolo (Josiane Balasko, France)
* Heart of Time (Alberto Cortes, Mexico)
* Louise-Michel (Benoit Delepine, Gustave Kervern, France)
* Lulu and Jim (Oskar Roehler, Germany)
* The Maid (Sebastian Silva, Chile)
* One Day in a Life (Stefano Tummolini, Italy)
* Unmade Beds (Alexis Dos Santos, U.K.)
* Victoria Day (David Bezmozgis, Canada)
* Zion and His Brother (Eran Merav, France-Israel)


* Afghan Star (Havana Marking, Afghanistan-U.K.)
* Big River Man (John Maringouin, U.S.)
* Burma VJ (Anders Oestergaard, Denmark)
* The End of the Line (Rupert Murray, U.K.)
* The Glass House (Hamid Rahmanian, U.S.)
* Kimjongilia (N.C. Heikin, France-U.S.)
* Let’s Make Money (Erwin Wagenhofer, Austria-China-South Africa-Spain-Switzerland-U.S.)
* Nollywood Babylon (Ben Addelman, Samir Mallall, Canada)
* Old Partner (Lee Chung-ryoul, South Korea)
* Prom Night in Mississippi (Paul Saltzman, Canada)
* The Queen and I (Nahid Persson Sarvestani, Sweden)
* Quest for Honor (Mary Ann Bruni, U.S.)
* Rough Aunties (Kim Longinotto, U.K.)
* Thriller in Manila (John Dower, U.K.)
* Tibet in Song (Ngawang Choephel, U.S.)
* 211:Anna (Paolo Serbandini, Giovanna Massimetti, Italy)

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Scott Gunsaullus (13 years ago) Reply

'The Road' is notably missing. Are films that are "premiered" at Sundance also usually in the competition?

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