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2014 Sundance Film Festival Lineup: Premieres
Director: John Michael McDonaugh
A darkly comedic drama about a priest forced to do battle with dark forces when his life is threatened one day during confession.
Director: Lenny Abrahamson
An offbeat comedy about a wannabe musician who joins an avant-garde rock band led by the musical genius of the title.
Director: David Cross
Fame, delusion, earnestness and recklessness collide for a small town of dreamers in upstate New York.
Director: Mike Cahill
A molecular biologist and his lab partner uncover evidence that could change society as we know it.
Director: Lynn Shelton
A coming-of-age story about a 28-year-old woman-child forced to get her act together when she receives an unexpected marriage proposal.
Director: Sara Colangelo
A drama of secrets and lies set in a small American coal town still reeling from a recent mining accident.
“Love Is Strange”
Director: Ira Sachs
Ben and George finally tie the knot after nearly 40 years together, but when George loses his job as a result, they’re forced to live apart and rely on the support of family and friends.
“A Most Wanted Man”
Director: Anton Corbijn
Corbijn’s follow-up to “The American” is an adaptation of John le Carre’s bestselling thriller.
“Nick Offerman: American Ham”
Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts
A live taping of Offerman’s one-man show at New York’s historic Town Hall theater, featuring a collection of anecdotes, songs and woodworking/oral-sex techniques.
“The One I Love”
Director: Charlie McDowell
A struggling married couple plan a weekend getaway, only to discover an unusual dilemma waiting for them.
“The Raid 2”
Director: Gareth Evans
The rookie officer left standing in “The Raid: Redemption” goes undercover to infiltrate the ranks of a ruthless Jakarta crime syndicate.
Director: William H. Macy
A grieving father stumbles upon a box of his deceased son’s original music, spurring him to form a rock ‘n’ roll band.
“They Came Together”
Director: David Wain
A subversive spoof of the romantic-comedy genre with a vaguely Jewish leading man and a klutzy but adorable leading lady set against a New York backdrop.
“The Trip to Italy”
Director: Michael Winterbottom
Another round of food, rivalry and laughs from “The Trip” duo of Roby Brydon and Steve Coogan.
Director: Marjane Satrapi
A genre-bending tale about a lovable but disturbed factory worker with an evil talking cat, a benevolent talking dog and a peculiar relationship with a woman in accounting.
“White Bird In a Blizzard”
Director: Gregg Araki
This adaptation of Laura Kasischke’s novel tells the story of a young woman whose life is turned upside down by her mother’s disappearance.
Director: Jake Paltrow
When his life is altered forever by a series of events, a child is forced to make choices no child should ever have to make.