The RiverRun International Film Festival locked in its full lineup today for the 13th edition of the event, which runs April 8-17 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Bookending the festival are Thomas McCarthy's "Win Win" and Francois Ozon's comedy "Potiche."
"We’ve got a really great lineup of films in this year’s program," said Andrew Rodgers, RiverRun’s Executive Director. "There’ll be no shortage of challenging works at this year’s Festival that will expose audiences to the range of new ideas and cultures and broaden their artistic horizons."
Below find the official selections in the narrative and documentary competitions:
"Bal," director Semih Kaplanoglu
"Crab Trap," director Oscar Ruiz Navia
"Curling," director Denis Cote
"The Future," director Miranda July
"Home for Christmas," director Bent Hamer
"Morgen," director Marian Crisan
"On Tour," director Mathieu Amalric
"The Robber," director Benjamin Heisenberg
"A Screaming Man," director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun
"Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives," director Apichatpong Weerasethakul
"An African Election," director Jarreth Merz
"Armadillo," director Janus Metz Pedersen
"The Day Carl Sandburg Died," director Paul Bonesteel
"The Flaw," director David Sington
"The Game of Death," directors Thomas Bornot, Gilles Amado and Alain‐Michel Blanc
"Genpin," director Naomi Kawase
"Kinshasa Symphony," directors Claus Wischmann and Martin Baer
"Nenette," director Nicolas Philibert
"Space Tourists," director Christian Frei
"We Were Here," directors David Weissman and Bill Weber
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