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2015 Austin Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, Including ‘Legend,’ ‘Carol’ and More

2015 Austin Film Festival Announces Full Lineup, Including 'Legend,' 'Carol' and More

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The 2015 Austin Film Festival has announced its full lineup, which includes award contenders like “Legend” and “Carol.” 

“Legend,” a crime thriller that stars Tom Hardy in the dual roles of London gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray, is slated to open the festival on Thursday, October 29.

The festival is also set to honor Chris Cooper with its Extraordinary Contribution to Acting Award, as well as screen his new movie, “Coming Through the Rye,” in which he plays author J.D. Salinger. John Singleton, director of films like “Boyz n the Hood” and “Shaft,” will receive the Extraordinary Contribution to Film Award. 

The Austin Film Festival runs October 29 through November 5. The full lineup is as follows:

Marquee Features
“The Adderall Diaries”
“Burning Bodhi”
“Go With Me”
“I Saw the Light”
“Last Days in the Desert”
“Man Up”
“Until 20”
“We’re Still Here: Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited”

Retrospective Screenings
“Boyz n the Hood” presented by John Singleton
“Pleasantville” presented by Gary Ross
“Rudy” presented by Angelo Pizzo
“The Shining” presented by Phil Rosenthal and Leon Vitali
“The Southerner” presented by Charles Burnett
“The Bureau”
“I’ll Have What Phil’s Having”
Narrative Features
“Booger Red”
“Fallen Stars”
“Forward. Side. Close!”
“Her Composition”
“Keep in Touch”
“The Exile”
Documentary Features
“No Más Bebés”
“Of Dogs and Men”
“The Sex Temple”
“Since: The Bombing of Pan Am Flight 103”
“Sympathy For The Devil: The True Story of the Process Church of the Final Judgment”
“TRAFICANT: The Congressman of Crimetown”
Comedy Vanguard
“3rd Street Blackout”
“Baby, Baby, Baby”
“The Night is Young”
Dark Matters
“After Death”
“The Lion’s Path”
“Sunny Side Up”
“Tear Me Apart”
Heart of Film
“All Mistakes Buried”
“The Bad Guys”
“Coming Through the Rye”
“The Great Alone”
“In Defense of Food”
“In Transit”
“It Had To Be You”
“Jeff Lowe’s Metanoia”
“A Single Frame”
“Upstairs Inferno”
“The Week”
“Zen & the Art of Dying”
Texas Independent
“County Fair, Texas”
“Jack’s Apocalypse”
“The Teller and the Truth”
Stories from Abroad
“Autumn Fall”
“Beautiful Girl”
“El Jeremías”
“Two Lunes”

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