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American Film Market to Screen Films From James Franco, Noomi Rapace, Kit Harington

The American Film Market has announced more than 250 market premieres, plus 71 films that have never before screened, at the Nov. 2-9 conference in Santa Monica. More than 300 films will screen in all.

World market premieres include sci fi thriller “What Happened to Monday” from SND M6, with Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, and William Dafoe; animated musical, “Charming,”  with voices by former Disney stars Demi Lovato and Ashley Tisdale and Avril Lavigne and animated feature “Ballerina,” with voices by Elle Fanning and Dane DeHaan.

Films that will make their market debuts include “Coming Through The Rye,” from Bleiberg Entertainment, starring Alex Wolff and Chris Cooper; “Brimstone,” from Embankment Films, starring Dakota Fanning, Guy Pearce and Kit Harington, and “And Punching The Clown,” from Octane Entertainment, starring Henry Phillips, J.K. Simmons, Tig Notaro and Sarah Silverman. James Franco’s “In Dubious Battle” will also screen.

 

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Other stars featured in films screening at the market include Alec Baldwin, Gerard Butler, Bryan Cranston, Penelope Cruz,  Salma Hayek, David Oyelowo, Aaron Paul, Rosamund Pike, Noomi Rapace, and J.K. Simmons.

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