Baja Film Festival 2013: Official Selection Revealed, Includes THE DIRTIES
The second edition of the Baja International Film Festival (BIFF), celebrated in Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, is taking shape. Charlie Sheen is going south the border as festival guest, while the animated 3D movie Foosball (aka Metegol) is confirmed for opening night.
And now, Baja Film Festival has ready its official lineup, with the Canadian The Dirties as definitive highlight (you can read Ben Umstead's The Dirties review and interview). I leave you with the festival's official statement and lineup.
Baja International Film Festival, Los Cabos is pleased to announce the Official Selection for its second edition to be held November 13-16, 2013.
For Los Cabos Competition and Mexico First 150 films were received from which 14 were selected.
-LOS CABOS COMPETITION (Films from Mexico, the US and Canada; fiction or documentary).
Alphée des étoiles, by Hugo Latulippe (Canada) Latin-American Premiere
The Dirties, by Matthew Johnson (Canada / US) Mexican Premiere
Hide Your Smiling Faces, by Daniel Patrick Carbone (US) Mexican Premiere
I Used to be Darker, by Matthew Porterfield (US) Mexican Premiere
Las Horas Muertas, by Aarón Fernández (Mexico / France / Spain)
Short Term 12, by Destin Cretton (US) Latin-American Premiere
Sarah Prefers to Run, by Chloé Robichaud (Canada) Mexican Premiere
Who is Dayani Cristal?, by Marc Silver (Mexico / UK) Mexican Premiere
-MEXICO FIRST (First and second films; fiction or documentary)
Cumbres, by Gabriel Nuncio
Estrecho de Bering, by Lourdes Grobet - World Premiere
Filosofía Natural del Amor, by Sebastián Hiriart - World Premiere
La Vida Después, by David Pablos
The Amazing Catfish, by Claudia Saint-Luce
Luto, by Katina Medina Mora - World Premiere