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Montclair Film Festival Announces 2013 Program, Includes 'In a World' and 'Frances Ha'

Photo of Ryan Lattanzio By Ryan Lattanzio | TOH! April 4, 2013 at 8:54PM

Montclair Film Festival Announces 2013 Program, Includes 'In a World' and 'Frances Ha'
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"Twenty Feet from Stardom"
"Twenty Feet from Stardom"

The second annual Montclair Film Festival in New Jersey has announced its 2013 lineup.

Running from April 29th to May 5th, the festival is curated by Thom Powers, who programs the Toronto International Film Festival's International Documentary area, the Miami International Film Festival and runs the IFC Center's weekly doc series Stranger than Fiction.

Montclair's opening night selection is Morgan Neville's "Twenty Feet from Stardom" -- which was also the opening night doc at this year's Sundance -- a film profiling various underdog back-up singers who have performed onstage with bands such as the Rolling Stones and Talking Heads (more about the film, picked up by RADiUS-TWC, here).

Also hailing from Sundance is Montclair's centerpiece "In a World," the feature film directorial debut of Lake Bell, who stars as a vocal coach with aspirations of becoming a voiceover star. Read Indiewire's interview with triple-threat Bell here.

Other films on the docket include Noah Baumbach's festival darling "Frances Ha," slated for a mid-May theatrical release in the US (read TOH's Berlin review and watch clips here). Also screening is the Werner Herzog and Errol Morris co-production "The Act of Killing," Joshua Oppenheimer's experimental doc about Indonesian death squad leaders (read TOH's post about the film's backstory here).

Visit the festival's official site for the complete lineup
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This article is related to: Lake Bell, Montclair Film Festival, Frances Ha, 20 Feet From Stardom, The Act of Killing


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