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Slamdance Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Lineup

Slamdance Film Festival Announces 2016 Competition Lineup

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The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival has announced its 2016 lineup for its Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competitions. The festival will feature a total of 20 independent films from around the globe, including 12 narrative features and eight documentaries. Every title featured represents a directorial debut produced with a budget of less than one million dollars.

“The standard of DIY filmmaking around the world is the highest we’ve seen, and the diversity of storytelling is the most we’ve experienced,” said Slamdance states co-founder and President Peter Baxter. “With a record breaking number of submissions to select from, the narrative and documentary feature lineup has never been so competitive or as exciting to program.”

The full list of films is as follows:

Narrative Features

“All the Colors of the Night”
Directed by Pedro Severien

“Alvin’s Harmonious World of Opposites”
Directed by Platon Theodoris

“Chemical Cut”
Directed by Marjorie Conrad

“Honey Buddies”
Directed by Alex Simmons

“Hunky Dory”
Directed by Michael Curtis Johnson

“If There’s A Hell Below”
Directed by Nathan Williams

“Last Summer”
Directed by Leonardo Guerra Seragnoli

“The Lesson”
Directed by Ruth Platt

“MAD”
Directed by Robert G. Putka

“Neptune”
Directed by Derek Kimball

“The Tail Job”
Directed by Bryan Moses, Daniel Millar

Documentary Features

“1ha 43a”
Directed by Monika Pirch

“Art of the Prank”
Directed by Andrea Marini

“Dead Hands Dig Deep”
Directed by Jai Love

“Fursonas”
Directed by Dominic Rodriguez

“Los Punks; We Are All We Have”
Directed by Angela Boatwright

“The Million Dollar Duck”
Directed by Brian Golden Davis

“Myrtle Beach”
Directed by Neil Rough

“Peanut Gallery”
Directed by Molly Gandour

The 2016 Slamdance Film Festival will be held from January 22-28 in Park City, Utah.

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