MIAMI — The Florida Film Festival has lined up U.S. or world premieres of 10 features for its seventh edition, running June 12-21.
Highlights include world debuts of actor-director Matt Mulhern’s “Walking to the Waterline” and Stuart Burkin’s “Harvest,” with Mary McCormack.
U.S. preems include Tamara Jenkins’ “Slums of Beverly Hills,” with Alan Arkin and Marisa Tomei, and Krzysztof Zanussi’s “Our God’s Brother,” an adaptation of a story penned in 1949 by Pope John Paul II.
Also featured is the newly restored Hitchcock thriller “The Trouble with Harry.”
Based at the Orlando arthouse Enzian Theater, the fest is competitive. Nine-member jury includes producer Jerry Tokofsky (“Glengarry Glen Ross”), actor Seymour Cassel and Thomas Ethan Harris, programming director of the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
Fest features works by U.S. indie filmmakers, and this year debuts an international showcase, making for a total of 48 features.