Sundance buzz magnet “Cyrus,” the Duplass brothers movie starring John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei, Jonah Hill and Catherine Keener will open the second annual fest ahead of the movie’s national opening July 9.
BAM slate also includes screenings of “Cane Toads: The Conquest,” “Valhalla Rising,” Adrian Grenier’s “Teenage Paparazzo” and the U.S. preem of “Am I Black Enough For You,” a profile of Philly soul singer Billy Paul.
Closing night of the fest presents the 1929 silent Louise Brookes-starrer “Diary of a Lost Girl” with live music.
Festival sked also lists events including a talk with helmer Olivier Assayas and screenings of Assayas-selected pics “We Won’t Grow Old Together” and the director’s cut of “Zodiac.”
BAM Cinema Fest is set to run June 9-20.