The 19th annual Stony Brook Film Festival, which will take place from July 17-26, has announced its festival program, which includes three world premieres, four U.S. premieres, 17 features and 20 shorts. Q&A sessions and opening and closing ceremonies will also take place.
19th Stony Brook Film Festival to Close with ‘A Thousand Times Goodnight’ starring Juliette Binoche and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau; Full Lineup Announced
19th Stony Brook Film Festival to Close with 'A Thousand Times Goodnight' starring Juliette Binoche and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau; Full Lineup Announced
The U.S. premieres include “Back On Track,” a sports drama about a man over the age of 70 who is training for a marathon, the period piece “Keanu,” comedy “Paper Souls” and “The Dark Valley,” an Austrian-German revenge story that takes the form of a western.
One of the larger films showing as part of the closing night ceremony, is “A Thousand Times Goodnight,” a true story inspired by director Erik Poppe’s own experience as a Reuters war photojournalist. It stars Juliette Binoche and “Game of Thrones” actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
For more information about the festival programs, check out the Stony Brook website over here.