The world premiere of Errol Morris’ documentary My Psychedelic Love Story will close the 34th edition of AFI Fest.
The non-fiction maestro’s latest film explores the dark side of the Timothy Leary saga, and how his doomed relationship with Joanna Harcourt-Smith extinguished 1960s counterculture.
Festival heads also announced on Monday (September 21) world premieres of Kelly Oxford’s Pink Skies Ahead, Matt Tyrnauer’s The Reagans, and Angel Kristi Williams’ Really Love.
Florian Zeller’s The Father, Fireball from Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer, and Mira Nair’s Toronto International Film Festival’s closing night selection A Suitable Boy will screen in Special Presentations.
As previously announced, the online 2020 AFI Fest runs from October 15-22 and will open with the world premiere of Julia Hart’s I’m Your Woman starring Rachel Brosnahan.