Sundance organisers have unveiled the line-up for the inaugural Next Weekend event, set to run in Los Angeles from Aug 8-11 at various venues. The programme includes world premieres of The Foxy Merkins and How To Be A Man.
The feature presentations comprise 12 O’Clock Boys, Blue Caprice, Cutie And The Boxer, The Foxy Merkins, How To Be A Man, It Felt Like Love, Newlyweeds, Stand Clear Of The Closing Doors, A Teacher [pictured] and This Is Martin Bonner.
Madeleine Olnek directed The Foxy Merkins about lesbian prostitutes in New York. How To Be A Man from Chadd Harbold centres on a comedian with cancer who documents life lessons on video for his unborn son. The remaining eight selections are La premieres.
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