One of the most popular film festivals in the world, ‘The Sundance Film Festival,’ (SFF) has just announced their choices for ‘in competition’ films.
Take note of these films as many of the best films of 2013 could come from this list.
U.S. Dramatic Competition
“Afternoon Delight” A bored housewife looks to spice up her life. Features Jane Lynch, who is fabulous in almost everything she does. Also features; Juno Temple, Josh Radnor, Kathryn Hahn and Jessica St. Clair.
“Ain’t Them Bodies Saints” The cast of this film is amazing; Rami Malek, Rooney Mara, Casey Affleck, Ben Foster, Keith Carradine and Heather Kafka.
“Austenland” Featuring Keri Russell, J.J. Field, Jennifer Coolidge and Jane Seymour.
“C.O.G.” Featuring the work of Casey Wilson, Denis O’Hare, Dean Stockwell and Jonathan Groff.
“Concussion” Features; Robin Weigert, Maggie Siff, Johnathan Tchikovsky, Emily Kinney, Laila Robins and Julie Fain Lawrence.
“Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes” Cast includes Kaya Scodelario and Jessica Biel.
“FruitVale” Oscar comes across friends, family, enemies and strangers on the last day of 2008. Feautres Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer and Chad Michael Murray.
“In a World” Directed, produced, written and starring Lake Bell.
“Kill Your Darlings” The untold story of how the ‘beat generation’ was started. Features Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHann, Ben Foster, Michael C. Hall, Jack Huston and Elizabeth Olsen. This is a very nice cast. It’s good to see Daniel Radcliffe move on from Harry.
“The Lifeguard” A journalist quits her job and returns to place where she was the happiest, her childhood home in Connecticut. Starring Kristen Bell, Martin Starr, Mamie Gummer, Amy Madigan, and David Lambert.
“May in the Summer” A bride to be is reunited with her family in Jordan. There she must deal with the aftermath of her parents divorce. Features Cherien Dabis, Hiam Abbass, Bill Pullman and Nadine Malouf.
“Mother of George” A woman will do anything to keep her marriage together. Features Isaach De Bankole, Dnai Gurira and Anthony Okungbowa.
“The Spectacular Now” Two high school students get into a complicated relationship. features Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
“Touchy Feely” A therapist becomes unable to do her job when she finds herself unable to have any bodily contact. Features Ron Livingston and Ellen Page.
“Toy’s House” Three unhappy teens escape to the wilderness where they build their own makeshift house. The point is to master their own destiny. That doesn’t quite work out. Stars Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso, Mosises Arias, Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally and Alison Brie.
“Upstream Color” A man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the life cycle of an ageless organism.. Features Amy Seimetz, Shane Carruth, Andrew Sensenig and Thiago Martins.
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