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Exclusive: Louisiana Film Fest Unveils 2015 Lineup

Exclusive: Louisiana Film Fest Unveils 2015 Lineup

The Louisiana International Film Festival’s 2015 program includes world premieres and acclaimed films that have toured the global festival circuit. 

As previously announced, the fest will open with the gala premiere of Paul Feig’s raucous Melissa McCarthy comedy “Spy” on May 7. Louisiana will host the American premiere of director Bernard Rose’s (“Candyman”) “Frankenstein,” starring Xavier Samuel as the titular Mary Shelley monster roaming current day Los Angeles, on May 9.

This year Louisiana has added a surfeit of hot Sundance and SXSW titles, including Sundance winners “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” (which closes the fest on May 10) and “Cartel Land,” along with acclaimed docs “City of Gold,” “Best of Enemies,” “Tab Hunter Confidential” and more. Louisiana will also host international arthouse sensations “The Tribe,” “Eden,” “Breathe,” “Eden,” “Timbuktu,” “Manglehorn,” Godard’s “Goodbye to Language 3D” and more. The highly anticipated “Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet” also makes its Louisiana premiere. From Venice 2014, Joshua Oppenheimer’s “Act of Killing” followup “The Look of Silence” comes to the festival as well. Louisiana Film Festival also hosts short film programs, and local issues docs like “Big Charity” about a historical New Orleans building.

Here’s the full list of features. (Head to the festival website for more details here.)

“Spy”

“Big Charity”

“People Places Things” (dir. Jim Strouse)

“The Yes Men Are Revolting”

“Best of Enemies”

“Goodbye to Language 3D”

“The Cut”

“Eden”

“The Harvest”

“Manglehorn”

“Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet”

“Obama Mama”

“Deli Man”

“Diplomacy”

“Tab Hunter Confidential”

“Cartel Land”

“Theeb”

“Jesus Town, USA”

“The Black Panthers”

“About Elly”

“Breathe”

“The Flight Fantastic”

“I’ll See You in My Dreams”

“Timbuktu”

“What We Do in the Shadows”

“Dark Star: The World of HR Giger”

“The Tribe”

“Frankenstein”

“The Connection”

“Broken Horses”

“I Am Big Bird”

“The Great Man”

“Court”

“Iris”

“Noble”

“The Second Mother”

“In the Name of My Daughter”

“The Look of Silence”

“Unexpected”

“The Lesson”

“Me and Early and the Dying Girl”

“Girl on the Edge”

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