Film Independent announces "MAGIC MIKE" to close 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival
- World Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Magic Mike to Close the Festival
- 19 Films Chosen for Narrative & Documentary Competition -
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Photo: a scene from "Magic Mike" starring (L-R) Joe Manganiello, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughe, and Channing Tatum
LOS ANGELES (May 2, 2012) – The Los Angeles Film Festival, in conjunction with Presenting Media Sponsor the Los Angeles Times and Host Partner L.A. LIVE, announced the Closing Night film and official US and international selections for the 2012 Festival. Guest Director, Artists in Residence and Conversations with special guests will be announced later this month.
The 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival will screen a diverse slate of nearly 200 feature films, short films, and music videos, representing more than 30 countries, along with signature programs such as the Filmmaker Retreat, Poolside Chats, Coffee Talks, music events and more. As previously announced, Woody Allen’s To Rome With Love will be Opening Night, sponsored by Virgin America, and Lorene Scafaria’s Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, Ava DuVernay’s Middle of Nowhere and Benh Zeitlin’s Beasts of the Southern Wild were selected for the Galas section.
Returning to downtown Los Angeles and headquartered at L.A. LIVE for a third year, the Festival will run from Thursday, June 14 to Sunday, June 24. Now in its eighteenth year, the Festival is widely recognized as a world-class event, showcasing the best in new American and international cinema, and is produced by Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that also produces the Spirit Awards.
“There is nothing more satisfying than shining a spotlight on so many unique films from both seasoned and emerging filmmakers. Come experience the wonder of Beasts of the Southern Wild, let Call Me Kuchu break your heart and call you to action, or simply be entertained by Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey in Magic Mike,” said Festival Director Stephanie Allain. “These are just a few of the diverse stories that bring us into new worlds or put a fresh twist on familiar ones. ‘Exclusively for Everyone’ isn’t just a tag line. It’s an invitation to experience both the specific and the universal, and hopefully come away entertained and enlightened. Enjoy!”
"We've got a marvelous mix this year that reflects the incredible diversity of world cinema and of Los Angeles itself. I'm excited to have such giants as Woody Allen, Steven Soderbergh and André Téchiné alongside some amazing first-time filmmakers whose names you'll be hearing a lot in the future. We want to offer festival-goers stories and visions they haven't seen before and a chance to meet the most creative minds working in movies. It's going to be a fun and mind-expanding ten days,” said Festival Artistic Director David Ansen.
The Festival will end its festivities with the World Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ Magic Mike, directed by Steven Soderbergh, written by Reid Carolin and starring Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughey, Cody Horn, Olivia Munn, Matt Bomer, Riley Keough, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez and Gabriel Iglesias. Set in the world of male strippers, the dramatic comedy follows Mike (Tatum) as he takes a young dancer called The Kid (Pettyfer) under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women, and making easy money. Warner Bros. Pictures will release the film nationwide on June 29, 2012.
Dreamworks Pictures’ People Like Us will have its World Premiere amongst the Summer Showcase screenings. The film is directed by Alex Kurtzman, written by Kurtzman and Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert, and stars Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Michael Hall D’Addario, Philip Baker Hall, Mark Duplass and Michelle Pfeiffer. In a story inspired by true events, Sam (Pine), a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged father’s last wishes—delivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had. Dreamworks Pictures will release the film on June 29, 2012.
As part of the Los Angeles Film Festival’s free outdoor programming, there will be a Dirty Dancing Dance-A-Long at California Plaza on June 22 at 7pm to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the film. Produced in cooperation with Dance Camera West and Grand Performances, there will be free salsa lessons by Contra-Tiempo, a screening of the film with special guests and a shadow cast consisting of performers from local dance companies to dance on stage below the screening during key scenes.
This year, the Festival received 5,283 submissions from filmmakers around the world, compared to 5,025 last year. The final selections represent 30 World, North American and US premieres, which includes premiere status for films previously announced. 19 of the premieres are in the Narrative and Documentary Competition sections.
Passes are currently on sale to Film Independent members and the general public. In addition to screenings and events, Festival passes provide access to a series of networking receptions and entry to the Filmmaker Lounge, where Festival pass holders can interact with Festival filmmakers and professionals in the film community. General admission tickets to individual films go on sale beginning May 29. Contact the Ticket Office for passes, tickets and event information by calling 866.FILM.FEST (866.345.6337) or visit LAFilmFest.com.
For the seventh year, the Los Angeles Times will serve as the Festival’s Presenting Media Sponsor and will once again produce the Official Film Guide, the comprehensive source for all movie info, screenings, locations and related special events. The Film Guide will top the paper on Sunday, June 10 in Los Angeles and Orange County, and will be made available throughout downtown Los Angeles during the ten-day event.
Narrative Competition (10): The Narrative Competition is comprised of films made by talented emerging filmmakers that compete for the Filmmaker Award. The winner is determined by a panel of jurors, and films in this section are also eligible for the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature or Best International Feature.
All Is Well, Pocas Pascoal – Portugal – NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Breakfast with Curtis, Laura Colella – WORLD PREMIERE
The Compass is Carried by the Dead Man, Arturo Pons – Mexico – NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Crazy and Thief, Cory McAbee – NORTH PREMIERE
Dead Man’s Burden, Jared Moshé – WORLD PREMIERE
Four, Joshua Sanchez – WORLD PREMIERE
A Night Too Young, Olmo Omerzu – Czech Republic – NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Pincus, David Fenster – WORLD PREMIERE
Red Flag, Alex Karpovsky – WORLD PREMIERE
Thursday till Sunday, Dominga Sotomayor – Chile – NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
Documentary Competition (9): The Documentary Competition is comprised of films made by talented emerging filmmakers that compete for the Documentary Award. The winner is determined by a panel of jurors, and films in this section are also eligible for the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature or Best International Feature.
25 to Life, Mike Brown – WORLD PREMIERE
A Band Called Death, Jeff Howlett, Mark Covino – WORLD PREMIERE
Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and the Farm Midwives, Sara Lamm, Mary Wigmore – WORLD PREMIERE
Call Me Kuchu, Katherine Fairfax Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall – US PREMIERE
Drought, Everado González – Mexico – US PREMIERE
The Iran Job, Till Schauder – USA/Germany/Iran – WORLD PREMIERE
Sun Kissed, Maya Stark, Adi Lavy – WORLD PREMIERE
Vampira and Me, R. H. Greene – WORLD PREMIERE
Words of Witness, Mai Iskander – Egypt/USA – US PREMIERE
International Showcase (15): The International Showcase highlights innovative independent narrative and documentary features from outside of the United States. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature, Best Narrative Feature, or Best Documentary Feature.
Bestiaire, Denis Côté – Canada
Bunohan: Return to Murder, Dain Said – Malaysia (Oscilloscope Pictures)
Canícula, José Álvarez – Mexico
The First Man, Gianni Amelio – France – US PREMIERE
The Last Elvis, Armando Bo – Argentina
Neighboring Sounds, Kleber Mendonça Filho – Brazil (The Cinema Guild)
On the Edge, Leila Kilani – France/Morocco/Germany
P-047, Kongdej Jaturanrasamee – Thailand
Return to Burma, Midi Z. – Taiwan/Myanmar
Sister, Ursula Meier – Switzerland (Adopt Films) – NORTH AMERICAN PREMIERE
The Strawberry Tree, Simone Rapisarda Casanova – Canada/Cuba/Italy
Summer Games, Rolando Colla – Switzerland
Teddy Bear, Mads Matthiesen – Denmark (Film Movement)
Unforgivable, André Téchiné – France (Strand Releasing)
Without Gorky, Cosima Spender – UK
Summer Showcase (16): The Summer Showcase section offers an advance look at this summer’s most talked about independent film releases from the festival circuit. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature, Best Narrative Feature, or Best Documentary Feature.
About Face, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders (HBO Films)
Beauty Is Embarrassing, Neil Berkeley
Big Easy Express, Emmett Malloy
Celeste and Jesse Forever, Lee Toland Krieger (Sony Pictures Classics)
Gayby, Jonathan Lisecki (Wolfe Releasing)
Gimme the Loot, Adam Leon (IFC Films)
The House I Live In, Eugene Jarecki
It’s a Disaster, Todd Berger – WORLD PREMIERE
La Camioneta: The Journey of One American School Bus, Mark Kendall – USA/Guatemala
Neil Young Journeys, Jonathan Demme (Sony Pictures Classics)
An Oversimplification of her Beauty, Terence Nance – USA/France
People Like Us, Alex Kurtzman (Dreamworks Pictures) – WORLD PREMIERE
The Queen of Versailles, Lauren Greenfield (Magnolia Pictures)
Reportero, Bernardo Ruiz
Robot and Frank, Jake Schreier (Samuel Goldwyn Films)
Searching for Sugar Man, Malik Bendjelloul (Sony Pictures Classics)
Community Screenings (6): These films will be presented free to the public. New films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best Narrative Feature or Best Documentary Feature.
Dirty Dancing (1987), Emile Ardolino – Grand Performances Screening
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982), Steven Spielberg – FIGat7th Screening
G-Dog, Freida Mock – WORLD PREMIERE
The Invisible War, Kirby Dick (Cinedigm)
LUV, Sheldon Candis – Project Involve Screening (Indomina)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982), Nicholas Meyer – FIGat7th Screening
The Beyond (3): The Beyond offers films that dare to be different. Films in this section are eligible for Audience Awards for Best International Feature or Best Narrative Feature.
The History of Future Folk, J. Anderson Mitchell, Jeremy Kipp Walker – WORLD PREMIERE
Juan of the Dead, Alejandro Brugués – Cuba
Saturday Morning Massacre, Spencer Parsons – WORLD PREMIERE
Ballads, Blues and Bluegrass (1961), Alan Lomax – WORLD PREMIERE
Banishment (2007), Andrey Zvyagintsev – Russia – LAFCA’s The Film That Got Away
The Breaking Point (1950), Michael Curtiz – Film Foundation Screening
Short Films (48): Shorts are shown before features and as part of four short film programs. With their diverse and complex content, these films shine brilliantly. Most short films, domestic and international, will compete for prizes in Narrative, Documentary, and Animation/Experimental categories. The winner is determined by a panel of jurors. An Audience Award for Best Short Film is also presented.
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Future Filmmakers Showcase: High School Shorts (31): These two programs of shorts are made by high school students from around the country, featuring work by the next generation of filmmakers.
Music Videos (40): The Music Video Showcase consists of two programs. Eclectic Mix is a visual mix tape of this year’s best independent music videos with a few innovative major label artists thrown in for good measure. As a Special Focus, DANIELS and Walter Robot go head to head in an event peppered with music videos, shorts, production secrets, feats of strength, audience challenges and possible mime. Music videos will compete for an Audience Award.
Eclectic Mix 1
Thunderdome: DANIELS vs Walter Robot
HERE IS THE COMPLETE LINE-UP OF FILMS SLATED FOR FILM INDEPENDENT'S 2012 LA FILM FESTIVAL:
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To Rome With Love – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Woody Allen PRODUCERS Letty Aronson, Stephen Tenenbaum CAST Woody Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Ellen Page) – Written and directed by Woody Allen, To Rome With Love is a story about a number of people in Italy — some American, some Italian, some residents, some visitors — and the romances and adventures and predicaments they get into. North American Premiere
Magic Mike – (DIRECTOR Steven Soderbergh PRODUCERS Reid Carolin, Gregory Jacobs, Channing Tatum, Nick Wechsler WRITER Reid Carolin CAST Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Matthew McConaughey, Cody Horn, Olivia Munn, Matt Bomer, Riley Keough, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Adam Rodriguez, Gabriel Iglesias) – Set in the world of male strippers, the dramatic comedy follows Mike (Tatum) as he takes a young dancer called The Kid (Pettyfer) under his wing and schools him in the fine arts of partying, picking up women, and making easy money. World Premiere
Beasts of the Southern Wild – (DIRECTOR Benh Zeitlin WRITERS Lucy Alibar, Benh Zeitlin PRODUCERS Michael Gottwald, Dan Janvey, Josh Penn CAST Quvenzhané Wallis, Dwight Henry) – This stunningly imaginative, boldly original film follows six-year-old Hushpuppy as she fights to protect her father and their unique way of life in a remote, dreamlike area of the Delta threatened by apocalyptic floods.
Middle of Nowhere – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Ava DuVernay PRODUCERS Howard Barish, Ava DuVernay, Paul Garnes CAST Emayatzy Corinealdi, David Oyelowo, Omari Hardwick, Lorraine Toussaint, Edwina Findley, Sharon Lawrence) – How do you maintain a marriage — and your own identity — when your husband has been sentenced to eight years in prison? Writer/director Ava DuVernay’s elegant and powerful portrait of a strong woman contending with conflicting feelings of love, guilt and desire marks the arrival of a bold new voice in independent cinema.
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Lorene Scafaria PRODUCERS Steve Golin, Joy Gorman, Steven M. Rales, Mark Roybal CAST Steve Carell, Keira Knightley, Connie Britton, Rob Corddry, Gillian Jacobs, Derek Luke, Melanie Lynskey, T.J. Miller, Mark Moses, Patton Oswalt, William Petersen) – Taking audiences on a humorous, moving and intimate journey against an epic backdrop of Earth’s final days, the film is Lorene’s feature directorial debut (she previously adapted Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist). Set in a too-near future where time at once stands still and is slipping away forever, the film explores what people will do and how they will feel when humanity’s end is near. World Premiere
All Is Well – Portugal (DIRECTOR Pocas Pascoal PRODUCER Luis Correia CAST Cheila Lima, Ciomara Morais) – Strangers in a strange land, two beautiful Angolan sisters fleeing a civil war in their homeland struggle to survive in Lisbon. Pocas Pascoal’s deeply personal saga shows us the face of exile with quietly stunning power. North American Premiere
Breakfast with Curtis – (DIRECTOR/WRITER/PRODUCER Laura Colella CAST Theo Green, Jonah Parker, David Parker, Virginia Laffey, Aaron Jungels, Yvonne Parker, Adele Parker, Laura Colella, Gideon Parker) – A balmy eastern summer and a lush, rambling backyard are the perfect settings for this mirthful tale of unlikely friendships and rekindled neighborliness amongst a quirky and charming cast of bohemians. World Premiere
The Compass is Carried by the Dead Man – Mexico (DIRECTOR/WRITER Arturo Pons PRODUCER Ozcar Ramírez González CAST Gael Sanchez Valle, Pedro Gamez, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Eligio Melendez, Luis Bayardo, Marco Perez) – A young man and a dead man journey north through a subtly surreal desert landscape, picking up a wagonful of odd characters as they go in this darkly humorous satire of contemporary Mexico. North American Premiere
Crazy and Thief – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Cory McAbee PRODUCERS Cory McAbee, Scott Miller CAST Willa McAbee, John McAbee, Gregory Cook, Graham Stanford) – With only a homemade “Star Map” and their own imagination to guide them, a brother and sister take a fantastical journey through the real world in this ode to being a little kid from cult director Cory McAbee. North American Premiere
Dead Man’s Burden – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Jared Moshé PRODUCER Veronica Nickel CAST Barlow Jacobs, Clare Bowen, David Call, Joseph Lyle Taylor, Richard Riehle) – This tense, classically crafted indie Western, set in the aftermath of the Civil War, starts with a startling act of violence: a daughter shoots down her father on the open range. Then her long lost brother returns. This is not going to be just any old family reunion. World Premiere
Four – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Joshua Sanchez PRODUCER Christine Giorgio CAST Wendell Pierce, Emory Cohen, Aja Naomi King, EJ Bonilla) – Over the course of a steamy 4th of July night, a father and daughter, each trapped in loneliness, reach out for sexual connection — he with a self-hating teenage boy, she with a smooth-talking wannabe homeboy — in this psychologically complex, beautifully acted drama. World Premiere
A Night Too Young – Czech Republic (DIRECTOR Olmo Omerzu WRITERS Bruno Hájek, Jakub Felcman, Olmo Omerzu PRODUCER Jiří Konečný CAST Martin Pechlát, Jirí Cerny, Natálie Rehorová, Vojtech Machuta, Jan Vasi) – On New Years Day, two innocent 12-year-old boys score vodka for three strangers and get invited to an adult party they’ll never forget. This darkly comic tale by gifted 26-year-old Czech director Olmo Omerzu upends the conventions of the coming of age movie. North American Premiere
Pincus – (DIRECTOR/WRITER/PRODUCER David Fenster CAST David Nordstrom, Paul Fenster, Christi Idavoy, Dietmar Franosch) – An anchorless carpenter returns to his Miami home to help his ailing father. To escape the burden of his responsibilities, he seeks comfort in women, weed and his otherworldly German friend Dietmar. World Premiere
Red Flag – (DIRECTOR/WRITER/PRODUCER Alex Karpovsky CAST Alex Karpovsky, Onur Tukel, Jennifer Prediger, Caroline White, Keith Poulson, Dustin Guy Defa) – Writer/director/star Alex Karpovksy reveals his sterling comic chops playing an indie filmmaker named Alex Karpovsky who, unexpectedly dumped by his girlfriend, takes to the road for a misbegotten mini-tour of film screenings and overly ardent groupies. World Premiere
Thursday till Sunday – Chile (DIRECTOR/WRITER Dominga Sotomayor PRODUCERS Gregorio González, Benjamin Domenech CAST Santi Ahumada, Emiliano Freifeld, Francisco Pérez-Bannen, Paola Giannini) – With uncommon beauty and style, this Chilean road movie finds a family at a crossroads, as the daughter slowly realizes the divide between the adults in the front seat and the kids in back. North American Premiere
25 to Life – (DIRECTOR Mike Brown PRODUCERS Mike Brown, Yvonne Shirley) – William Brawner contracted the HIV virus through a blood transfusion as a toddler and kept it a secret as an adult while living a promiscuous, womanizing life. 25 years later, he comes clean, and this unflinching, sure-to-be-controversial documentary records his struggle for redemption. World Premiere
A Band Called Death – (DIRECTORS Jeff Howlett, Mark Covino PRODUCERS Matthew Perniciaro, Scott Mosier, Kevin Mann, Jerry Ferrara FEATURING David Hackney, Bobby Hackney, Sr., Dannis Hackney) – Equal parts electrifying rockumentary and inspiring family chronicle, this is the captivating and little known story of the Hackney brothers and their band Death, the best punk band the world almost never heard. World Premiere
Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin and The Farm Midwives – (DIRECTORS Sara Lamm, Mary Wigmore PRODUCERS Kate Roughan, Zachary Mortensen, Sara Lamm, Mary Wigmore FEATURING Ina May Gaskin, Stephen Gaskin, Pamela Hunt, Farm Midwives past and present, Kristina Kennedy Davis) – Ina May Gaskin and the courageous midwives of the Farm commune inspired the modern midwifery movement. This beguiling documentary tells their empowering story with depth, intelligence and wit. World Premiere
Call Me Kuchu – (DIRECTORS Katherine Fairfax Wright, Malika Zouhali-Worrall PRODUCER Malika Zouhali-Worrall) – To be openly gay in Uganda is to risk imprisonment and death, yet brave men like David Katos, the country's first openly gay activist, have fought back. This heartbreaking and stirring documentary takes us inside this life and death struggle for human rights. US Premiere
Drought – Mexico (DIRECTOR Everado González PRODUCER Martha Orozco) – Contrasting the lives of a cattle-ranching community with the arid northeastern Mexican landscape that surrounds them, this cinema vertité documentary paints a poetic portrait of a community on the verge of extinction. US Premiere
The Iran Job – USA/Germany/Iran (DIRECTOR Till Schauder PRODUCERS Sara Nodjoumi, Till Schauder FEATURING Kevin Sheppard, Leah Sheppard, Hilda, Laleh, Elaheh, Abdullah, Zoran “Z” Milicic, Kami Jamshidvand, Ali Doraghi, Mehdi Shirjang, Gholamreza Khajeh, Asadollah Kabir, Fereidoon Reisi, Mohammad Ahmadi, Ehsan) – An American pro basketball player signs up for a season with upstart Iranian Super League team A.S. Shiraz. This sports documentary takes a surprising turn when this gregarious charmer meets three strong Iranian women fighting the repressive regime. World Premiere
Sun Kissed – (DIRECTORS Maya Stark, Adi Lavy PRODUCERS Jocelyn Glatzer, Maya Stark, Adi Lavy) – With remarkable strength of spirit, a husband and wife examine their lives and why their children and others have been struck with a rare genetic disorder in this powerful portrait of a small Navajo community. World Premiere
Vampira and Me – (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER R. H. Greene) – Before Elvira there was Vampira, the playfully ghoulish host of a local L.A. late night horror movie show who became a national celebrity, then disappeared. This loving, personal portrait reveals the remarkable woman behind the chalk-white mask. World Premiere
Words of Witness – Egypt/USA (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER Mai Iskander FEATURING Heba Afify) – Updating your Facebook status is a political act in this street-level documentary depicting the recent Egyptian revolution as seen through the eyes and social network accounts of a young female journalist working for an English language newspaper. US Premiere
Bestiaire – Canada (DIRECTOR/WRITER Denis Côté PRODUCERS Sylvain Corbeil, Denis Côté) – This mesmerizing and poetic movie looks at animals — zebras, hyenas, lions rattling their cages, rhinos taking a bath — in ways you’ve never seen before. It’s a beautiful and provocative meditation on the relationship between man and beast.
Bunohan: Return to Murder – Malaysia (DIRECTOR/WRITER Dain Said PRODUCER Nandita Solomon CAST Faizal Hussein, Zahiril Adzim, Pekin Ibrahim, Bront Palarae, Nam Ron, Soffi Jikan, Wan Hanafi Su, Amerul Affendi) – Equal parts Shakespearian drama and Muay Thai crime thriller, this contemporary Malaysian noir pits brother against brother and friend against friend as they fight for revenge, power and their lives.
Canícula – Mexico (DIRECTOR José Álvarez WRITERS Sebastián Hoffman, José Álvarez PRODUCER Mauricio Fabre CAST Hermelinda Santes, Esteban González, Mario García) – This is a hauntingly beautiful portrait of the rituals and crafts of contemporary Indians in remote Veracruz, who teach their boys to fly.
The First Man – France (DIRECTOR/WRITER Gianni Amelio PRODUCER Marco Chimenz CAST Jacques Gamblin, Catherine Sola, Maya Sansa, Denis Podalydès, Ulla Baugue, Jean-Francois Stevenin) – Based on Albert Camus' autobiographical novel, Gianni Amelio’s gorgeously crafted movie follows a famous novelist as he returns to Algeria, where he grew up, on the eve of revolution. His journey triggers his memories of his fatherless childhood, rendered in unforgettable vignettes by a cinematic master. US Premiere
The Last Elvis – Argentina (DIRECTOR Armando Bo WRITERS Armando Bo, Nicolás Giacobone PRODUCERS Steve Golin, Hugo Sigman, Patricio Alvarez Casado, Victor Bo, Armando Bo CAST John McInerny, Griselda Siciliani, Margarita Lopez) – John McInerny gives a staggering performance in this poignant tale of a Buenos Aires Elvis impersonator who only comes alive when he dons the King’s clothes to perform. How can he reconcile his dreams of glory with his dead end factory job and an estranged wife and daughter who can’t live inside his fantasies?
Neighboring Sounds – Brazil (DIRECTOR/WRITER Kleber Mendonça Filho PRODUCER Emilie Lesclaux CAST Irandhir Santos, Gustavo Jahn, Maeve Jinkings, W.J. Solha) – Kleber Mendonca Filho’s astonishing, suspenseful debut film focuses on one upscale street in the seaside town of Recife, where a private security team is enlisted to protect the residents from crime. By its startling conclusion, you feel you’ve seen all of Brazilian society exposed.
On The Edge – France/Morocco/Germany (DIRECTOR/WRITER Leila Kilani PRODUCER Charlotte Vincent CAST Soufia Issami, Mouna Bahmad, Nouzha Akel, Sara Betioui) – Powered by a fierce lead performance, this visually striking debut film from writer/director Leila Kilani focuses on a young Casablancan woman who refuses to accept the limitations put upon her by contemporary Moroccan society.
P-047 – Thailand (DIRECTOR/WRITER Kongdej Jaturanrasamee PRODUCERS Soros Sukhum, Kongdej Jaturanrasamee CAST Parinya Kwamwongwan, Aphichai Trakulphadejkrai) – Part meditation, part multi-layered mystery, this mind-bending Thai movie tells the story of two friends who break into apartments to borrow the lives of the people who live there.
Return to Burma – Taiwan/Myanmar (DIRECTOR/WRITER Midi Z. PRODUCERS Midi Z., Patrick Mao Huang CAST Wang Shin-Hong) – In this peculiar blend of fact and fiction, a laborer returns home after a ten-year stint working in Taipei to reacquaint himself with the backstreets and personal finances of contemporary Burma.
Sister – Switzerland (DIRECTOR Ursula Meier WRITERS Antoine Jaccoud, Ursula Meier PRODUCERS Denis Freyd, Ruth Waidburger CAST Léa Seydoux, Kacey Mottet Klein, Gillian Anderson) – Simon is a 12-year-old thief who steals equipment from rich tourists at a luxurious Swiss ski resort, then descends to the industrial town below where he lives with his jobless, irresponsible sister. This stunning tale of secrets and lies won the Silver Bear in Berlin. North American Premiere
The Strawberry Tree – Canada/Cuba/Italy (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER Simone Rapisarda Casanova) – Filmed in a small Cuban fishing village mere weeks before a hurricane decimated the entire region, this stunning documentary unknowingly captures the town’s final days even as it reframes the usual filmmaker-film subject relationship.
Summer Games – Switzerland (DIRECTOR Rolando Colla WRITERS Rolando Colla, Roberto Scarpetti, Olivier Lorelle, Pilar Anguita-MacKay PRODUCER Elena Pedrazzoli) – While his parents fight violently, a troubled 12-year-old boy on holiday in seaside Tuscany plays dangerous games with some newfound friends. This captivating story of lost innocence and first love swept the Swiss Film Awards.
Teddy Bear – Denmark (DIRECTOR Mads Matthiesen WRITERS Mads Matthiesen, Martin Pieter Zandvliet PRODUCER Morten Kjems Juhl CAST Kim Kold, Elsebeth Steentoft, Lamaiporn Sangmanee Hougaard, David Winters, Allan Morgensen) – This award-winning feature follows mama's boy bodybuilder Dennis as he searches for true love at home in Denmark. When that fails, this gentle giant sets his sights on a more exotic location—Thailand.
Unforgivable – France (DIRECTOR André Téchiné WRITERS Mehdi Ben Attia, André Téchiné, Philippe Djian PRODUCER Saïd Ben Saïd CAST André Dussollier, Carole Bouquet, Mélanie Thierry, Adriana Asti) – In André Téchiné’s sensual, slippery psychological thriller, a jealous mystery writer in Venice hires an ex-con to tail his beautiful, bisexual new wife and a woman detective to search for his missing daughter.
Without Gorky – UK (DIRECTOR Cosima Spender PRODUCER Valerio Bonelli) – The suicide of the great abstract expressionist Arshile Gorky in 1948 hangs over his surviving family. This intimate documentary, made by Gorky’s granddaughter, is both a brilliant portrait of an artist and the tale of a family still haunted by his turbulent ghost.
About Face – (DIRECTOR Timothy Greenfield-Sanders PRODUCERS Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Chad Thompson FEATURING Marisa Berenson, Christie Brinkley, Isabella Rossellini, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Paulina Porizkova, Carol Alt, Bethann Hardison, Beverly Johnson, Cheryl Tiegs, China Machado, Christy Turlington, Dayle Haddon, Eileen Ford, Esme, Jerry Hall, Karen Bjornson, Kim Alexis, Lisa Taylor, Nancy Donahue, Pat Cleveland, Harry King, Calvin Klein, Jade Hobson) – The great fashion models of the past 60 years — Christie Brinkley, Marisa Berenson, China Machado, Isabella Rossellini, Jerry Hall and many more — tell their stories in this candid, lively and dishy behind-the-scenes exploration of what it means to be the object of our dreams.
Beauty Is Embarrassing – (DIRECTOR Neil Berkeley PRODUCERS Neil Berkeley, Chris Bradley, Morgan Neville, Eddie Schmidt, Bart McDonough, Milan Erceg, Aimee Bothwell, Liah Corral, Anthony Maiuri FEATURING Wayne White, Matt Groening, Paul Reubens, Mark Mothersbaugh, Todd Oldham, Gary Panter, Rick Heitzman, Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Faris, Woodrow White, Lulu White, Mimi Pond) – Expect the unexpected from artist Wayne White, whose iconoclastic career stretches from the East Village to the set of Pee Wee’s Playhouse to the thrift stores of Los Angeles, as seen in this lively and humorous documentary.
Big Easy Express – (DIRECTOR Emmett Malloy PRODUCERS Tim Lynch, Mike Luba, Bryan Ling) – Ride the rails with Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and Old Crow Medicine Show as the bands travel from Oakland to New Orleans, playing their unique blend of bluegrass and modern Americana.
Celeste and Jesse Forever – (DIRECTOR Lee Toland Krieger WRITERS Rashida Jones, Will McCormack PRODUCERS Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd, Lee Nelson CAST Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg, Chris Messina, Ari Graynor, Emma Roberts, Elijah Wood) – This fresh, delightful romantic comedy stars Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg as an L.A. couple who married young and are now going through an “amicable” divorce. Their goal: to remain best friends, which is easier said than done.
Gayby – (DIRECTOR/WRITER/PRODUCER Jonathan Lisecki CAST Jenn Harris, Matthew Wilkas) – A hilarious and heartfelt comedy about two best friends — a gay man and a straight woman — who decide to have a baby the old fashioned way. This baby makes more than three.
Gimme the Loot – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Adam Leon PRODUCERS Natalie Difford, Dominic Buchanan, Jamund Washington CAST Tashiana Washington, Ty Hickson, Meeko, Zoe Lescaze) – Sofia and Malcolm have a plan to become the most famous graffiti artists in New York City, but first they have to hustle their way through two days of schemes, dreams and spray paint.
The House I Live In – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Eugene Jarecki PRODUCERS Eugene Jarecki, Melinda Shopsin, Sam Cullman, Christopher St. John) – Eugene Jarecki’s powerful, award-winning documentary exposes the monumental failure of the War on Drugs, which has torn apart communities, weakened our police forces and turned incarceration into a big time America business.
It’s a Disaster – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Todd Berger PRODUCERS Jeff Grace, Kevin M. Brennan, Gordon Bijelonic, Datari Turner CAST Rachel Boston, Kevin M. Brennan, David Cross, America Ferrera, Jeff Grace, Erinn Hayes, Blaise Miller, Julia Stiles) – Assembled for their regular Sunday brunch, a clique of hip Angelinos become hilariously entangled in a web of personal drama so complex they hardly notice the apocalypse is knocking on their front door. World Premiere
La Camioneta: The Journey of One American School Bus – USA/Guatemala (DIRECTOR Mark Kendall PRODUCERS Mark Kendall, Rafael González, Bernardo Ruiz) – The journey and transformation of a yellow American school bus into a vibrant Central American camioneta sensitively reveals both the beauty and violence of everyday life in Guatemala.
Neil Young Journeys – (DIRECTOR Jonathan Demme PRODUCERS Jonathan Demme, Elliot Rabinowitz FEATURING Neil Young) – Jonathan Demme and Neil Young team up for a third time to capture a dual homecoming for Young, as he performs at Toronto’s Massey Hall and reminisces about his childhood town of Omemee, Ontario.
An Oversimplification of her Beauty – USA/France (DIRECTOR/WRITER Terence Nance PRODUCERS Terence Nance, James Bartlett, Andrew Corkin CAST Terence Nance, Namik Minter, Chanelle Pearson) – A fresh and original take on young love in the big city, Terence Nance's playfully personal narrative pushes the cinematic envelope.
People Like Us – (DIRECTOR Alex Kurtzman WRITERS Alex Kurtzman, Jody Lambert, Roberto Orci PRODUCERS Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Bobby Cohen, Clayton Townsend CAST Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Michael Hall D’Addario, Philip Baker Hall, Mark Duplass, Michelle Pfeiffer) – In a story inspired by true events, Sam (Pine), a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged father’s last wishes—delivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had. World Premiere
The Queen of Versailles – (DIRECTOR Lauren Greenfield PRODUCER Danielle Renfrew Behrens FEATURING David Siegel, Jackie Siegel, the Siegel Family) – When their plans for constructing the world's largest home are halted by the 2008 economic collapse, a flamboyant billionaire couple must reconcile their grandiose dreams with new financial realities in Lauren Greenfield's award-winning documentary.
Reportero – (DIRECTOR Bernardo Ruiz PRODUCERS Bernardo Ruiz, Patricia Benabe, Anne Hubbell FEATURING Sergio Haro Cordero, Adela Navarro Bello) – A look at the incredible danger facing journalists in Mexico through the eyes of investigative reporter Sergio Haro and other staff at Zeta, the defiant Tijuana-based newsweekly.
Robot and Frank – (DIRECTOR Jake Schreier WRITER Christopher D. Ford PRODUCERS Jackie Kelman Bisbee, Sam Bisbee, Galt Niederhoffer CAST Frank Langella, James Marsden, Liv Tyler, Susan Sarandon, Peter Sarsgaard) – In the near future, an aging widower is forced to accept a robot caretaker into his home, which inspires him to pick up some old bad habits in this charming comedy of circuits and companionship.
Searching for Sugar Man – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Malik Bendjelloul PRODUCERS Simon Chinn, Nicole Stott, George Chignell) – Years after fading into obscurity at home, the music of ’70s U.S. singer/songwriter Rodriguez became an underground sensation in South Africa. Decades after his disappearance, two fans uncover the startling truth behind the legend.
E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) – (DIRECTOR Steven Spielberg WRITER Melissa Mathison PRODUCERS Kathleen Kennedy, Steven Spielberg CAST Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace, Robert MacNaughton, Peter Coyote) – Steven Spielberg’s classic tale of a kind-hearted little alien who miraculously befriends a precocious young boy remains as touching, delightful and inspiring today as it did when it first premiered thirty years ago.
Dirty Dancing Dance-A-Long – (DIRECTOR Emile Ardolino WRITER Eleanor Bergstein PRODUCER Linda Gottlieb CAST Patrick Swayze, Jennifer Grey, Jerry Orbach) – Celebrate this romantic, music-packed classic with an evening of audience participation under the stars. We’ll dance, laugh, and reminisce as Swayze reminds us all that “nobody puts Baby in the corner.” Produced in cooperation with Dance Camera West and Grand Performances
G-Dog – (DIRECTOR/PRODUCER Freida Mock FEATURING Greg Boyle) – A look at Father Greg Boyle, aka G-Dog, as he and his Homeboys and Homegirls struggle to keep one of the country's leading gang intervention programs afloat during troubling economic times. World Premiere
The Invisible War – (DIRECTOR/WRITER Kirby Dick PRODUCERS Amy Ziering, Tanner King Barklow) – In this devastating exposé of injustice, Academy Award-nominated documentarian Kirby Dick uncovers the epidemic of sexual abuse that pervades America’s military system, in which over 500,000 US soldiers have been victimized.
LUV – (DIRECTOR Sheldon Candis WRITERS Sheldon Candis, Justin Wilson PRODUCERS Jason Michael Berman, W. Michael Jenson, Gordon Bijelonic, Datari Turner, Joel Newton, Common, Derek Dudley CAST Common, Michael Rainey Jr., Dennis Haysbert, Danny Glover, Charles S. Dutton, Michael Kenneth Williams) – Boasting stellar performances, Sheldon Candis’ feature directorial debut is a riveting portrait of a young boy learning some harsh truths at the side of his uncle, who has recently been released from prison. Project Involve Screening
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) – (DIRECTOR Nicholas Meyer WRITERS Jack B. Sowards, Nicholas Meyer PRODUCER Robert Sallin CAST William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Walter Koenig, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Kirstie Alley, Ricardo Montalban, Paul Winfield) – When a long-forgotten enemy reappears, thirsty for vengeance, Captain Kirk takes the helm of the USS Enterprise once again in this action-packed fan favorite of the long-running franchise.
The History of Future Folk – (DIRECTORS J. Anderson Mitchell, Jeremy Kipp Walker WRITER J. Anderson Mitchell PRODUCERS Jeremy Kipp Walker, Jon Bulette, Andrew Goldman, Smokey Nelson CAST Jay Klaitz, Nils d'Aulaire, Julie Ann Emery, April Hernandez Castillo, Onata Aprile, Dee Snider) – Aliens from the planet Hondo cancel their plans of world domination to form a bluegrass band and fall in love in this wonderfully odd, surprisingly sweet sci-fi musical comedy. World Premiere
Juan of the Dead – Cuba (DIRECTOR/WRITER Alejandro Brugués PRODUCERS Gervasio Iglesias, Inti Herrera CAST Alexis Días de Villegas, Jorge Molina, Andrea Duro, Andros Perugorría, Jazz Vila, Eliecer Ramírez) – The streets of Havana are alive with the undead in Cuba’s first zombie comedy, a wild and bloody romp that sinks its sharp satirical teeth into the Cuban body politic. Castro may not be amused, but you will be.
Saturday Morning Massacre – (DIRECTOR Spencer Parsons WRITERS Jory Balsimo, Aaron Leggett, Jason Wehling PRODUCERS Jonny Mars, Jason Wehling CAST Josephine Decker, Paul Gordon, Jonny Mars, Ashley Spillers, Adam Tate) – Four professional ghost hunters, who travel in a vintage van accompanied by their canine companion (sound familiar?), get far more than they bargained for when they take on a rambling mansion with a mysterious past. World Premiere
Ballads, Blues, and Bluegrass (1961) – (DIRECTOR Alan Lomax PRODUCER George Pickow) – Filmed in 1961 but never released until now, this impromptu concert film, shot by famed music archivist Alan Lomax in his West Village apartment, captures amazing performances by Roscoe Holcolm, Doc Watson, Willie Dixon, Jack Elliott and others. World Premiere
Banishment (2007) – (DIRECTOR Andrey Zvyagintsev WRITER Oleg Negin PRODUCER Dmitry Lesnevsky CAST Konstantin Lavronenko, Maria Bonnevie, Alexander Baluev, Maxim Shibaev, Katya Kulkina, Dmitry Ulianov, Alexey Vertkov) – In this breathtaking Russian film, a loving husband and father relocates his family to the idyllic countryside, but this would-be Eden soon disintegrates when his wife reveals a terrible secret: she’s pregnant with another man’s child. LAFCA’s The Films That Got Away
The Breaking Point (1950) – (DIRECTOR Michael Curtiz WRITER Ranald MacDougall PRODUCER Jerry Wald CAST John Garfield, Patricia Neal, Phyllis Thaxter) – Based on Ernest Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not, this little seen, action-packed classic sees a down on his luck sport fishing boat captain drawn into a sea of crime off the coast of California. Preservation funding provided by Warner Bros. in association with The Film Foundation and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association
Shorts Program 1-4
3113 – DIRECTOR Eric Demeusy
663114 – Japan – DIRECTOR Isamu Hirabayashi
'92 Skybox Alonzo Mourning Rookie Card – DIRECTOR Todd Sklar
Against the Sea – Mexico/USA – DIRECTOR Richard Parkin
Another Bullet Dodged – DIRECTOR Landon Zakheim
The Arm – DIRECTORS Jessie Ennis, Brie Larson, Sarah Ramos
Asad – South Africa/USA – DIRECTOR Bryan Buckley
Bear – Australia – DIRECTOR Nash Edgerton
Big Man – Nigeria – DIRECTOR Julius Onah
Black Doll – Mexico – DIRECTOR Sofia Carrillo
Cadaver – DIRECTOR Jonah D. Ansell
CatCam – DIRECTOR Seth Keal
The Chair – DIRECTOR Grainger David
Cheap Extermination – DIRECTOR Minka Farthing-Kohl
Dog Eat Dog – DIRECTOR Sian Heder
Don't Hug Me, I'm Scared – England – DIRECTORS Joseph Pelling, Rebecca Sloan
Fireworks – DIRECTOR Victor Hugo Duran
First Birthday – DIRECTOR Andrew Ahn
The Fuse: or How I Burned Simon Bolivar – Canada/Bosnia and Herzegovina – DIRECTOR Igor Drljaca
Good Bread – DIRECTOR Eddie Schmidt
Hellion – DIRECTOR Kat Candler
Hold On Tight – Ireland – DIRECTOR Anna Rodgers
I Am John Wayne – DIRECTOR Christina Choe
Izzy & Salvador – DIRECTOR Jean-Pierre Caner
Kendo Monogatari – Cuba/Guatemala – DIRECTOR Fabián Suárez
Kudzu Vine – DIRECTOR Josh Gibson
Laura Keller - NB – DIRECTOR Mo Perkins
Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke – DIRECTORS Jillian Mayer, Lucas Leyva
Long Distance Information – England – DIRECTOR Douglas Hart
Meaning of Robots – DIRECTOR Matt Lenski
Moxie – England – DIRECTOR Stephen Irwin
Mr. Christmas – DIRECTOR Nick Palmer
New Gift – DIRECTOR Supriyo Sen
Next Door Letters – Sweden – DIRECTOR Sascha Fülscher
Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise – DIRECTOR Kelly Sears
Paperman – DIRECTOR John Kahrs
Paraíso – DIRECTOR Nadav Kurtz
The Pub – England – DIRECTOR Joseph Pierce
Record / Play – DIRECTOR Jesse Atlas
Reindeer – England – DIRECTOR Eva Weber
Remote Area Medical – DIRECTORS Jeff Reichert, Farihah Zaman
Robots – DIRECTOR Liz Garbus
Sacrifice – Russia – DIRECTOR Anar Abbasov
Scanning – Cuba – DIRECTOR Aleksandra Maciuszek Mukoid
Soil – DIRECTOR Meejin Hong
Song of the Spindle – DIRECTOR Drew Christie
Thumb Snatchers From The Moon Cocoon – DIRECTOR Bradley Schaffer
Voice Over – Spain – DIRECTOR Martín Rosete
FUTURE FILMMAKERS SHOWCASE:
High School Shorts 1-2
The Artist's Way – DIRECTOR Elmer Reyes
Binary – DIRECTOR Hunter Peterson
Break Up? – DIRECTOR Matt Thompson
Bully – DIRECTORS Harry Barnes, Greg Nachmanovitch
Code Red – DIRECTOR Zach Prengler
Connecting the Dots – DIRECTOR Marissa Dodds
Creative Growth – DIRECTORS Matthew Zabb-Parmley, Julian Compagni-Portis, Stephanie Hwang
Dr. Funkenstein – DIRECTORS Roz Naimi, Joe Kitaj
Even Handed – DIRECTORS Samantha Highsmith, Gabriella Huggins
Full Out – DIRECTOR Camille Wilson
The Girl Who Lived in her Nightmare – Mexico – DIRECTORS Juan Gerardo Hernández Santiz, Victor Díaz Gómez, Patricia López Hernández
The Girl with the Birds – DIRECTORS Dova Isabel Castaneda Zilly, Eliza Otto, Natalie Andreen
HUMANIZED – DIRECTOR Olivia DeLaurentis
I Am an Asiacan – DIRECTOR Jesus Olvera
James – DIRECTOR Maya Ragazzo
Knit-Picky – DIRECTOR Bobby Jorgenson
The Landlady – DIRECTOR Katherine Maxwell
Learn the Difference – DIRECTORS Rebecca Hutman, India Wilson, Adam Yaron
Maestro – DIRECTOR Neeraj Jain
Metro – DIRECTORS Eric Brownrout, Nick Escobar
My License – DIRECTOR Elizabeth Herrick
Need Gas – DIRECTOR Alex Herz
Playing Pirates – DIRECTOR Hanna Peterson
The Power of Words – DIRECTORS Renee DuBois, Annicia McLellan
The Rialto: A Fading Treasure – DIRECTOR Miranda Gontz
Secret Club – DIRECTOR Ben Kadie
Self Deterioration – DIRECTOR Madeline Spanier
Sunday – DIRECTORS Erin Cole, Mallory McDaniel
This PSA Is Gay – DIRECTORS Miranda Kasher, George Khabbaz, Patric Verrone
Unplugged: A 14 Day Challenge – DIRECTOR Kaylor Myers
Whither from Above – DIRECTOR Joshua Masters
Abducted: Cults – DIRECTOR David Altobelli
Amateur Rocketry: Dan Wholey – DIRECTOR Sean Donnelly
Big Bad Wolf: Duck Sauce – DIRECTOR Keith Schofield
Control: Spoek Mathambo – South Africa – DIRECTORS Pieter Hugo, Michael Cleary
Echo Chamber: Parts & Labor – DIRECTOR Nicholas Chatfield-Taylor
Ice Cream: Battles f. Matias Aguayo – Spain – DIRECTOR Nicolas Mendez
In Your Arms: Kina Grannis – DIRECTOR Greg Jardin
It: Rich Aucoin – Canada – DIRECTOR Noah Pink
Latinoamerica: Calle 13 – Peru – DIRECTORS Milovan Radovic, Jorge Carmona
Lose this Child: Eatliz – DIRECTORS Yuval, Meral Nathan
Machine Civilization: World Order – Japan – DIRECTOR Genki Sudo
Piranhas Club: Man Man – DIRECTOR Lex Halaby
Shady Love: Scissor Sisters vs Krystal Pepsy – DIRECTOR Hiro Murai
Staring Out the Window: Fulton Light – England – DIRECTOR Ninian Doff
The Greeks: Is Tropical – France – DIRECTOR Megaforce
To the Sea: Mint Julep – Germany – DIRECTOR A Nice Idea Every Day
True Loves: Hooray for Earth – DIRECTOR Young Replicant
Tuck the Darkness In: Bowerbirds – DIRECTOR Carlos Lopez Estrada
Two Against One: Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi f. Jack White – DIRECTORS Chris Milk, Anthony Francisco Schepperd
Weights and Measures: Dry the River – England – DIRECTOR Corin Hardy
Thunderdome: DANIELS vs Walter Robot
DANIELS and Walter Robot go head to head in an event peppered with music videos, shorts, production secrets, feats of strength, audience challenges and possible mime.
Houdini: Foster the People, 2011
My Best Friend’s Sweating, 2011
My Machines: Battles f. Gary Numan, 2011
Rize of the Fenix: Tenacious D, 2012
Simple Math: Manchester Orchestra, 2011
Simple Song: The Shins, 2012
That New Kanye Song, 2011
DIRECTORS: WALTER ROBOT
C/U Porn, 2012
Give Me the Meltdown: Rob Thomas, 2009
Grapevine Fires: Death Cab for Cutie, 2009
HP Soldiers, 2009
I Hate Drake (Mortified), 2006
Missed the Boat: Modest Mouse, 2009
Slippin: Quadron, 2011
Teleport 2 Me: Kid Cudi, 2012
Underneath the Sycamore: Death Cab for Cutie, 2011