New York’s IFC Center announced its summer 2010 slate of films, that will run from July through September. A total of twelve films will be making their U.S. premieres at the Center, including Todd Solondz’s sequel to “Happiness,” “Life During Wartime,” Gaspar Noe’s controversial “Enter the Void,” and the French romantic comedy “Heartbreaker” from director Pascal Chaumeil.
In addition, the Center will run the 14th Annual DocuWeeks from July 30 to August 19. The program will host screenings of the year’s best documentary films, to help them to qualify for Academy Award consideration in the documentary feature and documentary short categories. Showtimes and titles will be announced in mid-July.
The 12 films making their U.S. theatrical premieres:
“Life During Wartime,” directed by Todd Solondz
“Soul Kitchen,” directed by Fatih Akin
“Spring Fever,” directed by Lou Ye
“Enter the Void,” directed by Gaspar Noe
“Last Train Home,” directed by Lixin Fan
“Gasland,” directed by Josh Fox
“Heartbreaker,” directed by Pascal Chaumeil
“Inspector Bellamy,” directed by Claude Chabrol
“Making Plans for Lena,” directed by Christophe Honore
“Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Inferno,” directed by Serge Bromberg and Ruxanda Medrea
“Valhalla Rising,” directed by Nicholas Winding Refn
“Cairo Time,” directed by Ruba Nadda