Take a wheelie-popping wild ride through the larger-than-life story of iconic daredevil Evel Knievel, a young rebel from Butte, Montana who became, as Johnny Carson said, "the only man in history who has become very wealthy by trying to kill himself." Wear a helmet. Director Daniel Junge scheduled to attend.
A mature, nuanced drama that explores the relationship between two Asian men as they battle the cultural norms that keep them from living an honest, authentic life. World Premiere. Director Ray Yeung and actors Jake Choi, James Chen, Jennifer Neala Page, and Sonia Villani are scheduled to attend.
You wouldn’t want to run into Mimmo in a dark alley—especially if you owed his boss money. His loyalty is tested when a violent confrontation sends him on the run with a beautiful young escort, and we realize his lumbering size is matched only by the size of his heart. Director Michele Alhaique and actor Greta Scarano scheduled to attend.
Cameras follow six troubled students at Lincoln Alternative High School in Walla Walla, WA over a full school year. Will a new guidance program that focuses on a trauma-sensitive approach pull these teens out of stasis, truancy, and misbehavior? Director James Redford scheduled to attend.
A failed actress and a police officer with a penchant for interpreting dreams discuss their past loves and their subconscious fantasies in this Korean comedy, a quirky spin on the typical boy-meets-girl. North American Premiere. Director Kwang-kuk Lee scheduled to attend.
Based on his NY Times best-selling memoir, this ultimate rock-doc is filled with wall-to-wall music, animation and never-before-seen archival footage chronicling the life and career of Guns n’ Roses frontman, Duff McKagan, from his beginnings in the Seattle rock scene through the heights, excess, and survival of super stardom. Director Christopher Duddy scheduled to attend.