The Gen Art Film Festival, set to run from Apr 11-17, will open with the New York premiere of Gary Walkow's drama Crashing starring Campbell Scott, Lizzy Caplan, Izabella Miko and Alex Kingston.

Crashing follows a struggling writer who gets to live out the middle-aged man's fantasy when he moves in with two beautiful young women after being thrown out of his home.

The festival will close on Apr 17 with the New York premiere of Frank Cappello's He Was A Quiet Man starring Christian Slater as a potentially homicidal office worker. Elisha Cuthbert and William H Macy and also star.

Among other highlights are an inaugural eco-themed online film festival launched by Gen Art and Planet Green Game, a partnership between Starbucks and Global Green USA.

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