The American Film Market will screen 390 titles, including recent fest titles “Dirty Girl,” and “The Whistleblower” and premieres of “Little Murder,” “Love, Wedding, Marriage” and “The Warrior’s Way.”
“Dirty Girl,” a high school misfit tale set in the ’80s, stars Juno Temple, Milla Jovovich, William H. Macy, Mary Steenburgen, Dwight Yoakam and Tim McGraw. Abe Sylvia wrote and directed.
“Little Murder,” about a disgraced detective searching for a murderer in New Orleans, stars Josh Lucas, Terrence Howard, Lake Bell, Deborah Ann Woll and Cary Elwes.
“Love, Wedding, Marriage,” directed by Dermot Mulroney, stars James Brolin, Mandy Moore, Kellan Lutz and Jane Seymour in the story of a newlywed marriage counselor who learns her parents are divorcing.
“The Warrior’s Way,” starring Geoffrey Rush and Kate Bosworth, follows an Asian assassin who finds peace in a Western town.
In addition, 287 films will make their market preems, including “Barney’s Version,” “The Dry Land” “I Want to Be a Solder,” “LennonNYC,” “Rabbit Hole” and “What’s Wrong With Virginia.” Market will also screen 20 titles in 3D.
The AFM runs Nov. 3-10 in Santa Monica.