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2014 True/False Film Fest Lineup Announced

By Max O'Connell | Indiewire February 6, 2014 at 10:56AM

From its 2004 inception, True/False Film Fest has turned into one of the most prestigious documentary focused film festivals in the world. The lineup for 2014's Festival was announced Wednesday evening, and it's filled with a number of favorites from Sundance, Toronto and more.
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"The Overnighters"
Drafthouse Films "The Overnighters"

From its 2004 inception, True/False Film Fest has turned into one of the most prestigious documentary focused film festivals in the world. The lineup for 2014's Festival was announced Wednesday evening, and it's filled with a number of favorites from Sundance ("Happy Valley," "Rich Hill"), Toronto ("The Unknown Known," "Jodorowsky's Dune," "Manakamana"), and more.

Among the more notable titles are a number of Sundance award-winners: World Documentary Audience Award-winner "The Green Prince," World Cinema directing and editing-winner "20,000 Days on Earth," U.S. Documentary cinematography-winner "E-Team", and "The Overnighters," which won a Special Jury Award for Intuitive Filmmaking.

Other highlights include the 2007 documentary favorite "My Kid Could Paint That" and Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," a non-documentary, but one with a certain level of fascination for True/False given the similarities to Michael Apted's "Up" series. The festival will also hold a number of secret screenings, as per usual.

The full lineup is below:

  • 20,000 Days on Earth
  • Actress
  • Approaching the Elephant
  • Big Men
  • Boyhood
  • Bronx Obama
  • Cairo Drive
  • Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart
  • Concerning Violence
  • Demonstration
  • Dusty Stacks of Mom
  • E-Team
  • Forest of the Dancing Spirits
  • The Green Prince
  • Happy Valley
  • Jodorowsky's Dune
  • The Joycean Society
  • Killing Time
  • Kingdom, If I Can (shorts)
  • Kith & Kin (shorts)
  • Life After Death
  • Manakamana
  • Miraculous Tales
  • My Kid Could Paint That
  • The Notorious Mr. Bout
  • The Overnighters
  • Particle Fever
  • Private Violence
  • Rich Hill
  • Sacro GRA
  • Secret Screening Amber
  • Secret Screening Burgundy
  • Secret Screening Cyan
  • Secret Screening Orchid
  • Stand Clear of the Closing Doors
  • Stop Over (L'Escale)
  • A Thousand Suns (Mille Soleils)
  • Tim's Vermeer
  • Ukraine is Not a Brothel
  • Uncertain (work-in-progress)
  • The Unknown Known
  • Vanishing Point (shorts)


This article is related to: Documentary Film, True/False Film Festival, Festivals, News, Film News, Filmmaker Toolkit: Documentaries






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