Listed below, these films join latecomers in recent years like Miranda July‘s The Future and Lisa Cholodenko‘s The Kids Are All Right. We’re certain these filmmakers would be more than happy with just an ounce of the critical and box office praise those two films got (or any of this year’s Sundance entries for that matter).
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival will take place Jan. 19-29. Find all the previous news so far on the fest here.
Predisposed / U.S.A. (Directors & Screenwriters: Philip Dorling, Ron Nyswaner) — Eli Smith, a piano prodigy, is dealing with his troubled mother and enlisting help from a hapless drug dealer on the day he has an audition for a prestigious music program. Events spiral comically out of control as this gang of misfits faces the mistakes of the past, the challenges of the future,