Film Schedule

PARK CITY FRIDAY JANUARY 16

9:00AM     Short     PAPILLON D’AMOUR (In Frontier Shorts)
Yarrow Hotel Theatre
Director: Nicolas Provost
(Belgium; 2003; 4 MIN; B/W; Sony HD Cam)
The power and mystery of Rashomon revisited.


9:00AM     Short     PICTURES FROM DOROTHY (In Frontier Shorts)
Yarrow Hotel Theatre
Director: Kevin Jerome Everson
(USA; 2003; 6 MIN; Color; 35mm) This little Dorothy reveals a very different Oz.


11:30AM     Feature     THE GARDEN
Holiday Village
Director: Ruthie Shatz, Adi Barash
(Israel; 2003; 85 MIN; English Subtitles; Color; 35mm) Named after a desolate section of Tel Aviv where young male prostitutes and drug addicts converge, this disturbing yet gripping documentary explores the lives of two young men, one a prostitute the other a drug addict, as they support each other through their troubled lives.


11:30AM     Short     PHASE 5 (In Shorts Program II)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Solomon Burbridge
(USA; 2003; 8 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) When was the last time you saw Mink Stole in an infomercial? Honey Lauren as a vitamin crazed Orange County housewife?


11:30AM     Short     SPOKANE (In Shorts Program II)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Larry Kennar
(USA; 2003; 29 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) Two men ditch a boring wedding, escaping to a parking lot, a strip bar, and then a hotel room


12:00PM     Feature     IN THE COMPANY OF WOMEN
Egyptian Theatre
Director: Lesli Klainberg, Gini Reticker
(USA; 2004; 90 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) This doc explores the artistically and politically important contributions women directors have made beginning particularly during the early days of the American Independent film movement.     Feature    s interviews with Jodie Foster, Tilda Swinton, and director Lisa Cholodenko.


12:30PM     Feature     A THOUSAND CLOUDS OF PEACE
Holiday Village
Director: Julian Hernandez
(Mexico; 2003; 80 MIN; English Subtitles; B&W; 35mm) A young man wanders the streets of Mexico City in search of love in this audacious, cinematically sweeping     Feature     of impassioned, isolated encounters and the quest for something deeper.


2:00PM     Feature     CARANDIRU
Holiday Village
Director: Hector Babenco
(Brazil; 2003; English Subtitles; 145 Min; Color; 35mm) Set in the S„o Paulo House of Detention during the events of 1992 that lead to the infamous massacre of 111 inmates by riot police, CARANDIRU depicts the lives of prisoners plagued with overcrowding, violence, and the onset of the AIDS epidemic.


5:30PM     Short     49? (In Indigenous Shorts)
Holiday Village II
Director: Sherman Alexie
(USA; 2003; 6 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) Celebrated poet and gay filmmaker Sherman Alexie queries the residents of Seattle on the origins of the Indian 49. Do they know?


5:30PM     Feature     SECOND BEST
Prospector Square Theatre

Director: Eric Weber
(USA; 2003; 90 MIN; Color; 35mm) A failed publishing exec turned struggling screenwriter is forced to face his inadequacies (including those he perceives in his gay son) when he attends the homecoming of his best friend, now a successful Hollywood producer. Featuring Joe Pantoliano, Jennifer Tilly, Bronson Pinchot, and Polly Draper.

6:00PM     Feature     IRON JAWED ANGELS
Eccles Theatre
Director: Katja von Garnier
(USA 2003; 125 MIN; Color; 35mm) Featuring Hillary Swank and Frances OíConnor as Alice Paul and Alice Burns, two real-life women who mobilized the Suffragette movement, Garnierís visceral tale of womenís struggle for equal rights shines a contemporary light upon a timeless struggle.


6:30PM     Short     HARVIE KRUMPET (In Shorts Program I)
Holiday Village Cinema IV
Director: Adam Elliot
(Australia; 2003; 23 MIN; Color; 35mm) Featuring Geoffrey Rush as Harvie Krumpet, an ordinary man wading through perpetual bad luck.


6:45PM     Short     WELCOME TO LIFE (In Shorts Program IV)
Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC
Director: Jowan Carbin
(USA; 2002; 15 MIN; Color; 35mm) With a pact to be friends forever, two young boys begin a journey that shatters their innocence.


7:00PM    Feature    MANGO KISS
The Canyons Resort
Director: Sascha Rice
(USA, 2003; 84 min; Color; DVD) Louís world turns upside-down when she falls in love with her best friend Sassafras. Wanting to spiceup their love life, they stumble into the highly seductive (and outrageously funny) world of role-play and non-monogamous S&M San Francisco dykes.


8:30PM     Short     CURTIS (In Shorts Program VI)
Holiday Village Cinema II
Director: Jacob Akira Okada
(USA; 2003; 34 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) The spectacular life, extravagant times, and brilliant art of Curtis Wheeler.


8:30PM     Short     TOMO (Precedes OPEN WATER)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Paul Catling
(UK; 2003; 20 MIN; Color; HD Cam) After their spaceship crashes, two survivors are left to battle the frost, their loneliness, and deep feelings for one another.


9:00PM     Feature     DIG!
Holiday Village III
Director: Ondi Timoner
(USA; 2003; 110 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) Shot over seven years, DIG! reveals the turbulent friendship between two of rockís most gifted musicians, Anton Newcombe of the Brian Jonestown Massacre, and Courtney Taylor, frontman for the Dandy Warhols.


9:30PM     Feature     CON GAME
Tower Theatre, SLC
Director: Alberto (Chicho) Durant
(Peru; 2003; 98 MIN; English Subtitles; Color; 35mm) A ruthless con man engages seven individuals into partaking in a complex scheme were victims become culprits, and lies become truths. Set against the backdrop of ex-Peruvian President Fujimoriís crumbling government, CON GAME sets up a darkly comic tale in which vices are virtues for surviving.


9:30PM     Feature     EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
Eccles Theatre
Director: Mitch Rouse
(USA; 2003; 97 MIN; Color; 35mm)
Matt Dillon plays a comfortably middle-class man who, when faced with sudden unemployment, witnesses the comic transformation of his beautiful wife (Christina Applegate) and close (maybe too close?) best friend (Steve Zahn).


9:45PM     Short     LITTLE BLACK BOOT (In Shorts Program III)
Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC

Director: Colette Burson
(USA; 2003; 16 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) A high school senior attends the prom in style and gets the girl.


11:30PM     Short     CURTIS (In Shorts Program VI)
Holiday Village Cinema II
Director: Jacob Akira Okada
(USA; 2003; 34 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) The spectacular life, extravagant times, and brilliant art of Curtis Wheeler.


11:30PM     Short     PAPILLON DíAMOUR (In Frontier Shorts)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Nicolas Provost
(Belgium; 2003; 4 MIN; B/W; Sony HD Cam) The power and mystery of Rashomon revisited.


11:30PM     Short     PICTURES FROM DOROTHY (Frontier Shorts)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Kevin Jerome Everson
(USA; 2003; 6 MIN; Color; 35mm) This little Dorothy reveals a very different Oz.


Midnight     Feature     THE PRINCIPLES OF LUST
Holiday Village Cinema IV
Director: Penny Woolcock
(UK; 2003; 108 MIN; Color; 35mm) A writer suffering from writerís block meets two captivating individuals, a charismatic risk-seeker and a single mother, whom both entice him out of his languor and reawaken his desire to live again.