“Some of the most profound and thought-provoking world documentaries” are hitting Silver City screens, said Cinefest organizers. Part of the Curfew Breakers lineup has been released, too.
World Documentaries include:
The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia – Leaders in business, law and politics reflect on their dyslexic experiences.
A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman – Chapman, often remembered as “the dead one from Monty Python,” writes and stars in the animated movie of his own life story.
Bully – Every year, more than 13 million American kids are bullied. This feature film shows how we've all been affected by the common form of violence.
First Position – Six young ballet dancers struggle to maintain face as they make their way to one of the most prestigious youth ballet competitions in the world.
Curfew Breakers include:
13 Eerie – Six ambitious undergrads are pitted against each other on a scientific expedition on a remote island, vying for for a position with the FBI. They share the island with life-term criminals undergoing biological testing.
Citadel – A man with agoraphobia is terrorized by the same gang that brutally attacked his wife. The feral children become of interest to the man, who seeks to learn more about them.
The 24th edition of Cinéfest runs Sept. 15 to 23. For more information on these films, or others screening during the festival, visit www.cinefest.com.