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iW NEWS | Jackson Hole Unveils Slate for Fifth Annual Fest

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire April 11, 2008 at 3:15AM

One hundred films from 30 countries will screen at the upcoming Jackson Hole Film Festival taking place June 5 - 9. Eighty-one titles will compete for the festival's "Cowboy Awards" in seven categories including Features, Docs, Global Insight, World Program, Spotlight Latin America, Sports Action and Student Voices. Among the films slated to run in the fifth annual event taking place in Wyoming are Cristian Nemescu's "California Dreamin' (Endless)," Marianna Palka's "Good Dick," and Mary Stuart Masterson's "The Cake Eaters." Documentaries include Eric Shiveley's "Everyone But You," Josh Tickell's "Fields of Fuel," Wijun Chen's "Please Vote for Me," and Matt Cook's "Swim." In the coming weeks, the opening and closing films and additional special screenings will be announced. The Jackson Hole Film Festival is presented by the Jackson Hole Film Institute. For a full list of announced selections and descriptions, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]
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One hundred films from 30 countries will screen at the upcoming Jackson Hole Film Festival taking place June 5 - 9. Eighty-one titles will compete for the festival's "Cowboy Awards" in seven categories including Features, Docs, Global Insight, World Program, Spotlight Latin America, Sports Action and Student Voices. Among the films slated to run in the fifth annual event taking place in Wyoming are Cristian Nemescu's "California Dreamin' (Endless)," Marianna Palka's "Good Dick," and Mary Stuart Masterson's "The Cake Eaters." Documentaries include Eric Shiveley's "Everyone But You," Josh Tickell's "Fields of Fuel," Wijun Chen's "Please Vote for Me," and Matt Cook's "Swim." In the coming weeks, the opening and closing films and additional special screenings will be announced. The Jackson Hole Film Festival is presented by the Jackson Hole Film Institute. For a full list of announced selections and descriptions, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]