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Made in the USA
The section, quite understandably focuses on offering the most interesting independent productions from the country which still rules the film world. After all, Hollywood enjoys its fame throughout the year and doesn't need a film festival for that. However, there are several films in our selection that aim really high! Foxcatcher is a drama with five Oscar nominations, including Best Director, and it tells the story of a psychological game between a young wrestler and his rich benefactor. Julianne Moore, who portrays a successful scientist battling Alzheimer's in Still Alice so convincingly, deservedly won the Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role this year. Jennifer Connelly's strong performance in the directing debut of her husband, Paul Bettany, would also deserve a nomination – the creators managed to suggestively portray homeless life in New York through the story of a woman who used to be attractive and successful, but who falls all the way to the bottom.
Kirsten Stewart also made a detour to independent cinema and portrayed a rough warden at the infamous prison in Guantanamo who forms a relationship with one of the prisoners and starts a truly dangerous game in Peter Sattler's Camp X-Ray. War also indirectly appears in Mark Jackson's second feature, War Story starring Kathleen Keener as a war photographer who is trying to recover in Sicily after a traumatising experience of kidnap and torture in Africa. The psychological film thus reveals more about war than any epic picture.
The icon of American independent cinema, Hal Hartley, who already previously been honoured with a tribute at Febiofest, closes his “family trilogy” with an opus named Ned Rifle. The saga started in 1997 with Henry Fool, and continued nine years later with Fay Grim. We will travel all the way to Burma with Golden Kingdom (dir. Brian Perkins), and the American-Russian documentary, Red Army, will remind us of the times when the legendary hockey quintet from Moscow also troubled our players and fans for whom the memory of Soviet occupation was still painful and very recent.
Camp X-ray / Camp X-ray / Camp X-ray (USA) Director: Peter Sattler (Made in the USA )
Foxcatcher / Foxcatcher / Hon na lišku (USA) Director: Bennett Miller (Made in the USA )
Manglehorn / Manglehorn / Manglehorn (USA) Director: David Gordon Green (Made in the USA )
Ned Rifle / Ned Rifle / Ned Rifle (USA) Director: Hal Hartley (Made in the USA )
Red Army / Red Army / Rudá mašina (USA, Russia) Director: Gabe Polsky (Made in the USA )
Shelter / Shelter / Úkryt (USA) Director: Paul Bettany (Made in the USA )
Still Alice / Still Alice / Pořád jsem to já (USA, France) Director: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland (Made in the USA )
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