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Provincetown Film Festival Releases Lineup For 17th Edition

Provincetown Film Festival Releases Lineup For 17th Edition

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The 17th edition of the Provincetown Film Festival will open with Leslye Headland’s romantic comedy, “Sleeping with Other People” and close with Justin Kelly’s “I Am Michael,” according to a press release issued by the festival announcing the main film program for this year.

Both films premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Headland’s film will be receiving a limited release through IFC Films this August while Kelly’s biopic about controversial former gay rights activist Michael Glatze is still seeking distribution.

Other Sundance festival favorites that appear in the program include James Pondsoldt’s “The End of the Tour,” the Lily Tomlin comedy “Grandma,” Sebastian Silva’s dark comedy “Nasty Baby,” Sean Baker’s “Tangerine” and Bobcat Goldthwait’s “Call Me Lucky.”

Selections from SXSW (“Tab Hunter Confidential,” “Fresno”) and the Tribeca Film Festival (“The Armor of Light,” “Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict”) appear as well.

The Provincetown Film Festival is scheduled to take place June 17-21 in Provincetown, MA. You can check out the complete lineup below.

OPENING NIGHT SELECTION
 
“Sleeping With Other People” – directed by Leslye Headland
 
CLOSING NIGHT SELECTION
 
“I Am Michael” – directed by Justin Kelly
 
SPOTLIGHT SELECTIONS
 
“The End of the Tour” – directed by James Ponsoldt
“Grandma” – directed by Paul Weitz
“Tab Hunter Confidential”  – directed by Jeffrey Schwartz
 
NARRATIVE FEATURES
 
“99 Homes” – directed by Ramin Bahrani
“Beatbox”- directed by Andrew Dresher
“Breathe” – directed by Mélanie Laurent
“Fresno” – directed by Jamie Babbit
“Funny Bunny” – directed by Alison Bagnall
“Learning to Drive” – directed by Isabel Coixet
“A Little Chaos” – directed by Alan Rickman
“Meet Me in Montenegro” – directed by Alex Holdridge and Linnea Saasen
“Nasty Baby” – directed by Sebastián Silva
“The New Girlfriend” – directed by François Ozon
“People, Places, Things”  – directed by James C. Strouse
“Radiator” – directed by Tom Browne
“The Second Mother” – directed by Anna Muylaert
“Shaun the Sheep” – directed by Mark Burton and Richard Starzak
“The Stanford Prison Experiment” – directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez
“The Summer of Sangaile” – directed by Alanté Kavaïté
“Tangerine” – directed by Sean Baker
“Ten Thousand Saints” – directed by Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini
“Those People” – directed by Joey Kuhn
“Tired Moonlight” – directed by Britni West
“Wildlike” – directed by Frank Hall Green
“Yosemite” – directed by Gabrielle Demeestere
 
DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
 
“Alentejo, Alentejo” – directed by Sérgio Tréfaut
“The Armor of Light” – directed by Abigail E. Disney
“Best of Enemies” – directed by Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville
“The Birth of Saké” – directed by Erik Shirai
“Call Me Lucky” – directed by Bobcat Goldthwait
“City of Gold” – directed by Laura Gabbert
“Clambake” – directed by Andrea Meyerson
“Danny Says” – directed by Brendan Toller
“Do I Sound Gay?” – directed by David Thorpe
“Harry & Snowman” – directed by Ron Davis
“In My Father’s House” – directed by Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg
“Larry Kramer in Love and Anger” – directed by Jean Carlomusto
“Listen to Me Marlon” – directed by Stevan Riley
“Live From New York!” – directed by Bao Nguyen
“Love Between the Covers” – directed by Laurie Kahn-Leavitt
“Out to Win” – directed by Malcolm Ingram
“Outermost Radio” – directed by Alan Chebot
“Packed in a Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson” – directed by Michelle Boyaner
“Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict” – directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland
“The State of Marriage” – directed by Jeffrey Kaufman
“The Wolfpack” – directed by Crystal Moselle

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