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Lineup for the Deauville Film Festival

The Deauville Film Festival has announced the lineup for its 33rd edition, which takes place Aug. 31- Sept. 9.

The Festival focuses on American films and will screen some 64 features, including world premieres of Sidney Lumet's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" and Ben Affleck's "Gone, Baby, Gone."


"1408" - Mikael Hafstrom
“All The Boys Love Mandy Lane” - Jonathan Levine
“Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead” - Sidney Lumet
"Bonneville - Christopher N. Rowley
“Death at a Funeral” - Frank Oz
"Fay Grim - Hal Hartley
“In the Valley of Elah” - Paul Haggis
“King of California” - Mike Cahill
“Knocked Up” - Judd Apatow’s
“Meet The Robinsons” - Stephen J. Anderson’
“Michael Clayton” - Tony Gilroy
“Shoot’Em Up” - Michael Davis’
“Smiley Face” - Gregg Araki
“Stardust,” - Matthew Vaughn
“Surf’s Up” - Ash Brannon and Chris Buck
“The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford” - Andrew Dominik
“The Bourne Ultimatum” - Paul Greengrass
“The Heartbreak Kid,” - Bobby Farrelly and Peter Farrelly
“The Offence” - Sidney Lumets

“Under The Same Moon.” - Patricia Riggen
“Gone, Baby, Gone” - Ben Affleck


“Broken English” - Zoe Cassavettes
“Factory Girl” - George Hickenlooper
“For Your Consideration” - Christopher Guest
“Grace Is Gone” - John C.Strouse
“Ira and Abby” - Robert Cary
“Live!” - Bill Guttentag
“Never Forever” - Gina Kim
“Rocket Science” - Jeffrey Blitz
“Teeth” - Mitchell Lichtenstein
“The Dead Girl” - Karen Moncrieff
“Waitress” - Adrienne Shelly


“Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens - Barbara Leibovitz
“Brando” - Leslie Greif
“Cocaine Cowboy” - Billy Corben
"Crazy Love” - Dan Klores
“Nanking” - Bill Guttentag et Dan Sturman
“Sicko” - Michael Moore
“The War” - Ken Burns & Lynn Novick
“When The Leaves Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts” - Spike Lee
“Who The Fuck is Jackson Pollock?” - Harry Moses

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