Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2014 by Germain Lussier
Low Down – Set in the 1970s, Elle Fanning is the daughter of a drug addict jazz musician played by John Hawkes. Peter Dinklage and Glenn Close co-star. Read more here.
Infinitely Polar Bear - J.J. Abrams co-produced this story of a man with bipolar disorder (Mark Ruffalo) who’s forced to take care of his kids when his wife (Zoe Saldana) goes back to school. Read more here.
Love Child – Documentary about a South Korean baby who died of malnutrition because its parents were playing online video games. Read more here.
The Guest – The team behind You’re Next is back with a thriller about a former soldier who isn’t what he seems. And yes, that’s Downton Abbey‘s Dan Stevens. Read more here.
Obvious Child – Jenny Slate plays foul-mouthed comedienne who, went dealing with an unplanned pregnant, is forced to reevaluated her life. Read more here.
And guess what, that’s only the tip of the iceberg. After reading every single description of every single film playing at the festival, I could have easily listed 50 more movies that sound awesome. Movies like the Jerry Sandusky documentary Happy Valley, Elijah Wood‘s horror comedy Cooties, Alfred Molina and John Lithgow as a gay couple in Life is Strange, Jason Schwartzman in Listen Up Phillip, Aaron Paul‘s drama Hellion. It’s going to be madness in Park City.