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“In the Shadow of the Moon” USA, Canada, 2019 World Premiere, 115 min Director – Jim Mickle In 1988, a Philadelphia police officer doggedly hunts a serial killer whose crimes seemingly follow no pattern, but he hasn’t considered how far the repercussions of his hunt may go.
“In the Tall Grass” Canada, 2019 World Premiere, 90 min Director – Vincenzo Natali Adapted from the eponymous novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill, “In the Tall Grass” follows siblings Cal and Becky who find themselves trapped within a vast field of tall grass when they venture in to answer the cries of a young boy.
“First Love” Japan, 2019 US Premiere, 108 min Director – Takashi Miike When aspiring boxer Leo discovers that he may not have long to live, he goes all out to help drug-addicted call girl Monica, facing down gangsters, assassins, corrupt cops, and much more over the course of one long night.
“Fractured” USA, 2019 World Premiere, 100 min Director – Brad Anderson An unfortunate accident at a truck stop means Ray has to rush his daughter to the nearest hospital for a broken arm, but when his family disappears, he soon finds himself in a frantic fight to discover what happened.
“The Cleansing Hour” USA, 2019 World Premiere, 95 min Director – Damien Le Veck Reverend Max and his best friend Drew have a hit web show where they make a pretty good living faking exorcisms for hundreds of thousands of fans until the evening a real demon takes over and terrorizes their crew.
“Come to Daddy” New Zealand, Canada, Ireland, 2019 Texas Premiere, 94 min Director – Ant Timpson When 30-year-old Norval receives a letter from his estranged dad begging him to visit, he is set on a weird path of discovery, unusual encounters… “Cosmic Candy” Greece, 2019 World Premiere, 95 min Director – Rinio Dragasaki Anna, an eccentric supermarket cashier with an obsessive taste for a trippy treat called Cosmic Candy, undergoes a quirky transformation when forced to care for a ten-year-old neighbor girl.
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The first wave of its 2019 lineup includes premieres from around the world, restorations of classic horror flicks, and an eclectic assortment of documentaries.
Taika Waititi’s “Jojo Rabbit” will open the festival, marking the film’s American premiere with an appearance from the filmmaker.
“4X4” Argentina, Spain, 2019 North American Premiere, 93 min Director – Mariano Cohn A 4×4 car will be the battleground between a brash thief trapped inside and the mysterious man who will do anything to keep him imprisoned.
“Bloody Birthday” Presented by AGFA Arrow Films USA, 1981 World Premiere of Restoration, 85 min Director – Ed Hunt The classic Killer Kids slasher, newly restored by Arrow Films and presented by AGFA.
Legendary director Takashi Miike will also be in attendance, promoting his Cannes favorite “First Love.” Other highlights include Stephen King adaptation “In the Tall Grass” and the Elijah Wood-led “Come to Daddy.” “Our fifteenth year is a one-of-a-kind of celebration of the cinema we champion: brilliant and out-there,” said the festival’s Creative Director Evrim Ersoy in an official statement.