Film Schedule

PARK CITY SATURDAY JANUARY 24

8:30AM         Short         HARVIE KRUMPET (In Shorts Program I)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Adam Elliot
(Australia; 2003; 23 MIN; Color; 35mm) Featuring Geoffrey Rush as Harvie Krumpet, an ordinary man wading through perpetual bad luck.


8:30AM     Feature     LOVE BY MISTAKE
Holiday Village Cinema II
Director: Gerardo Chijona
(Spain/Cuba; 2003; 91 MIN; Spanish with English Subtitles; 35mm) In this lively and entertaining sexual farce, a writer desperate to finish his long-awaited novel becomes distracted by the carnal demands of his temperamental mistress, an ambitious young journalist, and his lonely wife.


9:00AM     Feature     LOVE IN THOUGHTS
Egyptian Theatre
Director: Achim von Borries
(Germany; 2003; 90 MIN; English Subtitles; Color; 35mm) Set in prewar Weimar Germany, Achim von Borries’ film depicts the decadent four-day orgy of sex, drugs and booze initiated by two promiscuous siblings and their poet best friend in the determination to be happy or die.


10:30AM     Feature     IMELDA
Holiday Village I
Director: Ramona S. Diaz
(USA; 2003; 103 MIN; Color/B&W; Sony HD Cam) From her early days as a Beauty Queen to her whirlwind romance with the future President of the Philippines, IMELDA is a captivating and haunting all-access portrait of one of the world’s richest and most influential women.


12:00PM     Feature     BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
Egyptian Theatre
Director: Stephen Fry
(United Kingdom; 2003; 105 Min; Color; 35mm) Adapted from Evelyn Waugh’s novel Vile Bodies, 1930s London’s dazzling high-society are captured at their most playful and their most wicked in this tale of a young man’s attempts to marry society’s most popular girl. Set against Britain’s changing social backdrop on the eve of world war, BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS is a as much a celebration of life as it is a meditation of innocence lost. Starring Emily Mortimer, Stephen Campbell Moore, Jim Broadbent, Dan Aykroyd, and Sir Peter O'Toole.


12:30PM         Short         PHASE 5 (In Shorts Program II)
Holiday Village IV
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.


12:30PM         Short         SPOKANE (In Shorts Program II)
Holiday Village IV
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.


1:00PM     Feature     IN THE REALM OF THE UNREAL
Sundance Village
Director: Jessica Yu
(USA; 2003; 81 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) Experimental director Jessica Yu fashions a vivid and resonant homage to artist Henry Darger, who for over 60 years created a personal opus of illustrations reflecting a very personal tale unfolding within his own mind.


2:30PM         Short         LITTLE BLACK BOOT (In Shorts Program III)
Prospector Square Theatre
Director: Colette Burson
(USA; 2003; 16 MIN; Color; Sony HD Cam) A high school senior attends the prom in style and gets the girl.


3:30PM     Feature     BROTHER TO BROTHER
Broadway Center Cinemas, SLC

Director: Rodney Evans
(USA; 2004; 90 Min; Color/B&W; Sony HD Cam) A young, black, gay artist learns a valuable life lesson when he has a fateful encounter with a legendary figure of the Harlem Renaissance. Rodney Evans’ highly original Feature debut is an inspiring tale of the timeless struggle to preserve one’s artistic integrity and human dignity.


4:30PM     Feature     A THOUSAND CLOUDS OF PEACE
Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC
Director: Julian Hernandez
(Mexico; 2003; 80 MIN; Spanish with 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.


5:30PM         Short         WELCOME TO LIFE (In Shorts Program IV)
Prospector Square Theatre
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     EULOGY
Peery’s Egyptian Theatre, OGD
Director: Michael Clancy
(USA; 2003; 91 min; Color; 35mm) A funeral unites a darkly comic dysfunctional family, including the lesbian sibling, who brings her stunningly beautiful girlfriend to the hilarious dismay of her kin. Starring Hank Azaria, Jesse Bradford, Zooey Deschanel, Famke Janssen, Piper Laurie, Kelly Preston, Ray Romano, Rip Torn, and Debra Winger.


7:00PM     Feature     LOVE IN THOUGHTS
Sundance VIllage
Director: Achim von Borries
(Germany; 2003; 90 MIN; English Subtitles; Color; 35mm) Set in prewar Weimar Germany, Achim von Borries’ film depicts the decadent four-day orgy of sex, drugs and booze initiated by two promiscuous siblings and their poet best friend in the determination to be happy or die.


8:00PM         Short         49? (In Indigenous Shorts)
Holiday Village I
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?


8:00PM     Feature     LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF
Library Center Theatre
Director: Thom Andersen
(USA; 2003; 169 MIN; Color & B/W; Sony HD Cam) A selection of both widely known and obscure films all shot in the City of Angels comprises this fascinating documentary that explores the many ways Los Angeles is represented on celluloid.


9:00PM     Feature     CARANDIRU
Holiday Village Cinema III

Director: Hector Babenco
(Brazil; 2003; English Subtitles; 145 Min; Color; 35mm) Set in the São 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.


9:00PM     Feature     D.E.B.S.
Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC
Director: Angela Robinson
(USA; 2004; 90 MIN; Color; 35mm) Cameron, eat your heart out! The D.E.B.S., America’s all-girl strategic defense team, must go into action when one of their own is kidnapped by ruthless archenemy Lucy in the Sky. But when a kiss is shared between Lucy and her captive, D.E.B.S. gleefully becomes everything CHARLIE’S ANGELS couldn’t be.


9:30PM     Feature     BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS
Trolley Corners Theatre, SLC
Director: Stephen Fry
(United Kingdom; 2003; 105 Min; Color; 35mm) Adapted from Evelyn Waugh’s novel Vile Bodies, 1930s London’s dazzling high-society are captured at their most playful and their most wicked in this tale of a young man’s attempts to marry society’s most popular girl. Set against Britain’s changing social backdrop on the eve of world war, BRIGHT YOUNG THINGS is a as much a celebration of life as it is a meditation of innocence lost. Starring Emily Mortimer, Stephen Campbell Moore, Jim Broadbent, Dan Aykroyd, and Sir Peter O'Toole.


10:00PM     Feature     LOVE IN THOUGHTS
Sundance Village
Director: Achim von Borries
(Germany; 2003; 90 MIN; English Subtitles; Color; 35mm) Set in prewar Weimar Germany, Achim von Borries’ film depicts the decadent four-day orgy of sex, drugs and booze initiated by two promiscuous siblings and their poet best friend in the determination to be happy or die.


11:00PM     Feature     TARNATION
Holiday Village I
Director: Jonathon Caouette
(USA; 2004; 100 MIN; Color/B&W; Sony HD Cam) One of the most exciting     Feature     debuts, Jonathon Caouette’s spellbinding autobiography combines past, present, and future as he is catapulted back into his horrifying family legacy to help his schizophrenic mother, who has just overdosed on her medication.


11:30PM     Feature     CON GAME
Holiday Village Cinema II
Director: Alberto (Chicho) Durant
(Peru; 2003; 98 MIN; Spanish with 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 Fujimori’s crumbling government, CON GAME sets up a darkly comic tale in which vices are virtues for surviving.


11:30PM         Short         CURTIS (In Shorts Program VI)
Prospector Square Theatre
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     Feature     HAUTE TENSION
Library Center Theatre
Director: Alexandre Aja
(France; 2003; 85 MIN; French with English Subtitles; Color; 35mm)
Two young college girls, one deeply infatuated with the other, head off to the countryside for the weekend, but must first deal with the brutal and gory intrusion of a bloodthirsty madman (portrayed with gusto by Phillipe Nahon).


Midnight         Short         HARVIE KRUMPET (In Shorts Program I)
Broadway Centre Cinemas, SLC
Director: Adam Elliot
(Australia; 2003; 23 MIN; Color; 35mm) Featuring Geoffrey Rush as Harvie Krumpet, an ordinary man wading through perpetual bad luck.


Midnight     Feature     RASPBERRY REICH
Holiday Village III
Director: Bruce LaBruce
(Germany; 2004; 90 MIN; English and German with English Subtitles; Color/B&W; Sony HD Cam) Film provocateur Bruce LaBruce returns with this tale of a female terrorist who kidnaps a rich capitalist’s son with the help of her strapping male cohorts, whom she forces to have sex with each to rid them of their bourgeois heterosexual desires!