Cannes Winner ‘Titane’ Leads Oldenburg Line-Up – Sarkarijob

Titane, Julia Ducournau’s Cannes-winning second characteristic, may have its German premiere on the 2021 Oldenburg Movie Competition, main a lineup of unbiased cinema from Europe, the U.S. and Asia.

Amongst this 12 months’s highlights are Michael Sarnoski’s Pig, starring Nicolas Cage as a truffle hunter searching for revenge, Michael Mailer’s Swing, that includes Michael Shannon as a Vietnam vet who takes over as a coach of an Ivy League rowing staff, and the long-awaited animated characteristic Mad God from Oscar-winning particular results grasp Phil Tippett (Jurassic Park, Starship Troopers).

Each Pig and Mad God may have their German premieres in Oldenburg. Swing‘s Oldenburg bow can be its world premiere.

Among the many different world premieres on the German pageant can be Aharon Keshales’ South of Heaven, starring Jason Sudeikis and Evangeline Lilly, Faggots, the directorial debut of Polish actor Patrycja Płanik (along with co-director Domink Krawiecki), the Myanmar drama What Occurred to the Wolf? from director Na Gyi, Foxhole from U.S. filmmaker Jack Fessenden, and the German dramas Tyrannenmord from director Christoph Stark and Borowski und der Gute Mensch from lker Catak.

U.S. unbiased cinema can be strongly represented once more in Oldenburg, with different highlights together with Naveen A. Chathapuram’s directorial debut The Final Sufferer, a neo-western starring Ron Perlman, Ali Larter and Ralph Ineson, the world premiere of documentary The Pasha, New York director Josie Maynard’s take a look at Afghan warlord, and foe of the Taliban Basic Abdul Rashid Dostum, and Anchorage, the directorial debut of actor Scott Monahan, who additionally stars alongside fellow actor and screenwriter Dakota Loesch in a narrative of two brothers attempting to drive a trunk filled with opioids from Florida to Alaska.

The remaining movies within the Oldenburg lineup can be unveiled within the coming days. The twenty seventh Oldenburg Movie Competition runs Sept. 15-19.

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