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Man vs Snake The Witch April and the Extraordinary world Yakuza Apocalypse
Even though our list below goes to eleven, it would be easy to generate way more from the festival well worth adding to your watchlist. Just a few runners-up include:
Everly The Absent Ones The Treatment John Wick Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau Alleluia Jacky in the Kingdom of Women Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
Odds are I won't be able to attend all of these (and the 20+ others that caught my attention). But you can be sure all will be safely on my IMDb watchlist to ensure I don't miss them as they become available more broadly.
The list isn't really in order of interest for the most part.
A fascinating and beautiful film - even if you've not a "birder"
I saw this film at SXSW on a lark and highly recommend catching it on the big screen if at all possible. A film about birds in Central Park, and the people who watch them. It's transfixing in a deeply peaceful way. Standing out both for the incredible video footage of what must have been 100+ species of birds and the set of human stories/testimonials that accompany it. Especially those from a set of old school New Yorkers, who just happen to be birders. The film's title refers to the incredible concentration of migratory birds that stop off in Central Park. A distinctive path of green welcoming to birds as the move along the east coast from north to south. Even though the park itself is not truly natural (being an engineered creation) it makes for a fine habitat that these birds remember to return to each year. There's really not that much more to say other than to urge folks to look for it when it hits HBO in the future. Their documentary arm wisely snapped this guy up