Fifteen features will screen at the AFI DALLAS 2009 set to run from March 26-April 2, including three documentary world premieres of Justin Wilson’sOne Nationabout human rights, Libby Spears’ sex trafficking talePlaygroundand and John Chester’sRock Propheciesabout an obsessive concert photographer.
The US premieres are Robert Keener’s documentary Food Inc, Matt Aselton’s comedy Gigantic with Paul Dano, Zooey Deschanel and John Goodman, and Lourens Blok’s children’s tale The Seven Of Daran.
Sundance premieres Art & Copy by Doug Pray, Tze Chun’s Children Of Invention, Duncan Jones’ Moon and Jordan Galland’s Slamdance entry Rosencranz And Guildenstern Are Undead are also among the line-up.
Rounding out the roster are Steve McQueen’s Cannes 2008 Camera D’Or winner Hunger, Anthony Fabian’s Skin, Guillermo Arriaga’s The Burning Plain, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck’s Sugar, and Brett Gaylor’s Rip A Remix Manifesto
For further information visit www.AFIDALLAS.com.