2003 Sundance Film Festival Midnight Lineup
SUNDANCE 2003 LINEUPS:
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(indieWIRE: 12.04.02) — The Midnight section Lineup for the 2003 Sundance Film Festival:
“DysFunKtional Family,” directed by George Gallo
This biopic comedy documentary follows Griffin on his Stand Up Comedy Tour and back home to a family reunion, which includes two uncles- one a porn director and the other an ex-pimp.
“Girls Will Be Girls,” directed by Richard Day
A fading starlet and her two roommates, played by well-known drag queens, vie for top diva status in timeless Hollywood glamour.
CAST: Jack Plotnick, Clinton Leupp
“Nightstalker,” directed by Chris Fisher
A stylish horror film based on the true life events that terrorized Los Angeles in the 1980s.
“The Hebrew Hammer,” directed by John Kesselman
A Jewish superhero saves Hannukah from an evil Santa Claus imposter.
CAST: Adam Goldberg, Andy Dick, Mario Van Peebles, Peter Coyote, Judy Greer
“Stoked: the Rise and Fall of Gator,” directed by Helen Stickler
A documentary exploring the rise and fall of 80s skateboard legend “Gator.”
“Rolling Kansas,” directed by Thomas Haden Church
Four college students hit the road in search of an illusive marijuana crop.
CAST: Kevin Pollack, Rip Torn, Sam Huntington, Johnny Bartee, Joey Basham, Kelly Bright
“Spun,” directed by Jonas Akerlund
A day in the life of a young meth-head and a colorful cast of addicts.
CAST: Mena Suvari, John Leguizamo, Brittany Murphy, Mickey Rourke, Patrick Fugit