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'12 Years a Slave' and 'August: Osage County' Bookend 2013 San Diego Film Festival

Photo of Casey Cipriani By Casey Cipriani | Indiewire September 25, 2013 at 5:1PM

The San Diego Film Festival has announced the complete lineup of films chosen for this year's fest scheduled for Oct. 2-6. Over 100 screenings will run throughout the five day festival, including a number of world premieres. The festival will open with Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" with screenwriter John Ridley and producers Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner in attendance. The closing night film will be John Well's "August: Osage County," based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play.This year, filmmaker Judd Apatow will receive the Visionary Filmmaker Award and Mariel Hemingway will be honored with the festival’s Humanitarian Award to accompany the west coast premiere of "Running from Crazy," a documentary examining the actress's personal mental health journey. Check out the festival's complete lineup below:SAN DIEGO FILM FESTIVAL 2013 COMPLETE LINE-UP FEATURE
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The San Diego Film Festival has announced the complete lineup of films chosen for this year's fest scheduled for Oct. 2-6. Over 100 screenings will run throughout the five day festival, including a number of world premieres.

The festival will open with Steve McQueen's "12 Years a Slave" with screenwriter John Ridley and producers Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner in attendance. The closing night film will be John Well's "August: Osage County," based on the Pulitzer Prize winning play.

This year, filmmaker Judd Apatow will receive the Visionary Filmmaker Award

and  Mariel Hemingway will be honored with the festival’s Humanitarian Award to accompany the west coast premiere of "Running from Crazy," a documentary examining the actress's personal mental health journey.

Check out the festival's complete lineup below:


SAN DIEGO FILM FESTIVAL 2013 COMPLETE LINE-UP

      FEATURE

  • Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave
  • John Wells' August: Osage County
  • Bernard Rose's 2 Jacks
  • Richard Curtis' About Time
  • Michael Doneger's This Thing with Sarah
  • James Genn's Old Stock (North American Premiere)
  • Shaun Kosta's The Republic of Two (World Premiere)
  • Del Shores' Southern Baptist Sissies
  • Eshom Nelms' Lost on Purpose (World Premiere)
  • Martin Papazian's Least Among Saints
  • Rajeev Dassani's Watercolor Postcards (West Coast Premiere)
  • Bruce Mason's Chez Upshaw
  • Mahesh Pailoor's Brahmin Bulls (World Premiere)
  • Markus Blunder's Autumn Blood (North American Premiere)
  • Martin Jablonski's Fallacy (Trugschluss) (World Premiere)
  • Martin Schreier's Robin Hood (World Premiere)
  • Cao Hamburger's Xingu (North American Premiere)
  • Artus de Penguern's The Clinic of Love (LA Clinque De L'AMOUR) (World Premiere)
  • David Hillenbrand's Grave Secrets (World Premiere)
  • Casey Twenter's The Jogger
  • Lucia Puenzo's The German Doctor (West Coast Premiere)

    DOCUMENTARIES

  • David Romero's We the Owners: Employees
  • Yolanda Pividal's Of Kites and Borders (World Premiere)
  • Barbara Kopple's Running from Crazy (West Coast Premiere)
  • Anthony Powell's Antarctica: A Year on Ice (West Coast Premiere)
  • Steve Hoover's Blood Brother (West Coast Premiere)
  • Mitty Griffis Mirrer's Gold Star Children (West Coast Premiere)
  • Cindy L. Abel's Breaking Through (West Coast Premiere)
  • Tim Philips' Lion Ark

    FEATURE: NATIVE AMERICAN

  • Alex and Andrew Smith's Winter in the Blood
  • Jennifer Jessum's Holy Man: The USA vs. Douglas
  • Valerie Bischoff's Derby Kings
  • Brent Ryan Green's Running Deer (West Coast Premiere)
  • Nick Brokaw's Four Winds
  • Travis Geiger's Takers

    FEATURE: MUSIC

  • Peter Miller's AKA Doc Pomus
  • Matt Mangham's Inspired: Andy Powers (World Premiere)
  • Matt Katsolis' Fading West (World Premiere)

    FEATURE: SPORTS

  • Timothy A. Ryan's Ricky Whitlock: L-1, T-12 (World Premiere)
  • Kai Neville's Bending Colours
  • Josh Izenberg's Slomo
  • Jeremy Grant's Where the Trail Ends

    FEATURE: FASHION

  • Adrian Lazarus' Steam 1886
  • Aviv Kosloff's Mia
  • Damien Krisl's Urban Hippie
  • Eric Chang's Lilith
  • Guy Aroch and Jonathan Doe's Roshambo
  • Julian Acosta's Moving
  • Jakob Daschek's The Reinvention
  • Manuel Portillo's Pasos de Sirena (In Search of Mermaid)
  • Josh Oakhurst's Chimera
  • Miguel Gauthier and Viktorija Pashuta's Lover's Game

    FEATURE: WORLD ISSUES

  • Steven Kochones' No Strangers (World Premiere)
  • Matthew VanDyke's Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution
  • Antoneta Kastrati's She Comes in the Spring (US Premiere)
  • Ujkan Hysaj's Kolona

    SHORTS

From the "Stranger in a Strange Land" Shorts Track:

  • Byron's Theme, Fort Apache, Brightwood, A Tribal L Community, and String

From the "A Different Kind of Love" Shorts Track:

  • The Gift, Exiles (West Coast Premiere), Boop Beep, Mister Forgettable (World Premiere), and Station Master

From the "Push the Limits" Shorts Track:

  • Solidarity, Cold Warrior, Ticket to Hell, Impress, and Motive

From the "Mind Games" Shorts Track:

  • Iris, Imagine, Roaring Camp (World Premiere), Gun, Red Velvet, and Side Effected

From the "For Shorts and Giggles" Shorts Track:

  • America 101, Sumo Roll (West Coast Premiere), Alternative Sides, Estefan, The Sidekick, Hell No (West Coast Premiere), and Honk If You're Horny

From the "Unexpected Comedy" Shorts Track:

  • Glazed and Confused, Double or Nothing, Dog Bytes, L'Appuntamento (The Appointment), Sour Milk, The Test, and Efimera

From the "Back to the Beginning" Shorts Track: 

  • Lambing Season, We Keep On Dancing (West Coast Premiere), The Swimmer, Ojala, Carry on Only, and The Interviewer

From the "Twilight Zone" Shorts Track:

  • Auto Drive, End of the Beginning, Thirteen (West Coast Premiere), The Ritual (West Coast Premiere), and Al Otro Lado