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Soon all hell breaks loose, engulfing the two men in a reckoning they had never even considered.
“Deerskin” France, 2019 North American Premiere, 77 min Director – Quentin Dupieux When Georges buys himself a deerskin jacket, he will find his life on a collision course with madness, crime, and the desire to be the only man wearing an overgarment.
Fantastic Fest Announces First Wave of 2019 Lineup, Including ‘Jojo Rabbit’ and Takashi Miike’s ‘First Love’ The annual genre festival takes place in Austin, Texas this September, right in the thick of fall festival season.
Now in its fifteenth year, the Alamo Drafthouse-created Fantastic Fest is showing no signs of relinquishing its title as America’s premiere genre film festival.
Legendary director Takashi Miike will also be in attendance, promoting his Cannes favorite “First Love.” Other highlights include Stephen King adaptation “In the Tall Grass” and the Elijah Wood-led “Come to Daddy.” “Our fifteenth year is a one-of-a-kind of celebration of the cinema we champion: brilliant and out-there,” said the festival’s Creative Director Evrim Ersoy in an official statement.
“It’s a 15-year-long love letter to the wide spectrum of daring, crazy films, filmmakers, and audience members whom we host in Austin each September.
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“The Golden Glove” Germany, 2019 North American Premiere, 110 min Director – Fatih Akin Based on true events that transpired in the grimy slums of 1970s Hamburg, loner-turned-murderer Fritz Honka stalks his local drinking spot, The Golden Glove, in search of his next victim.
“Happy Face” Canada, 2018 Texas Premiere, 97 min Director – Alexandre Franchi In Attendance – Director Alexandre Franchi and Actor E. Ruiz An attractive teenager infiltrates a support group for those with facial differences in hopes of learning how to connect with his cancer-stricken mother in Alexandre Franchi’s (“The Wild Hunt”) deeply personal, often hilarious, and powerfully inclusive sophomore feature.
It’s an ode to the independent spirit of cinema that allows us to showcase the diversity of the world at large and helps us to understand it better!
” There’s something for every genre film fan to love on this list, which will be expanded in the coming months with the addition of further announcements.