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Kazuyoshi Kumakiri Bonkers! Competition

Shunsuke’s life seems perfect. But what can happen when your life is at its peak? You can fall deep. Literally. Into a manhole, for example. Fall from one plot twist to another in this gripping Japanese thriller.

20,000 Species of Bees

Estibaliz Urresola Solaguren First Feature Competition

During a hot summer in Basque Country, a mother and her eight-year-old child explore what it means to be a woman, both together and individually. A delicate Spanish feature debut about gender, family and (you probably guessed it) bees.


About Dry Grasses

Nuri Bilge Ceylan Independent: Selections

A teacher’s dream of a better job is shattered after accusations of inappropriate conduct with a student come to light. From the master of complex and profound drama films: Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon a Time in Anatolia).


Just Philippot Emerging: Selections National premiere

Strange clouds unleash chaos pouring not rain, but acid. A separated family relies on each other to escape. This French eco-horror hits uncomfortably close to home. It premiered at the Cannes Film Festival to high praise for the sharp blending of domestic drama in a disaster film.

All of Us Strangers

Andrew Haigh Independent: Selections National premiere

Neighbors like these? You wish! Andrew Scott (Fleabag) and Paul Mescal (Aftersun) play the only residents of a London high rise who grow close in this intimate film by Andrew Haigh (Weekend) about loneliness, connections, ghosts and missed opportunities.

Àma Gloria

Marie Amachoukeli-Barsacq Emerging: Selections National premiere

Six-year-old Cléo adores her nanny, Gloria; they do everything together. When Gloria’s mother passes away, she must return to Cape Verde to care for her own children. One last summer together tests their bond after all the changes in Gloria’s life.

An Evening With Don Hertzfeldt, Who Will Not Be There

Don Hertzfeld Extraordinary: Selections National premiere

A selection of animated shorts by Oscar-nominated indie-animation icon Don Hertzfeldt, including the three episodes of World of Tomorrow, about a future in which your memories can continue to exist after your death. Clones, robots, time travelers, and uploading your consciousness into a cube: anything is possible!

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.

Kelly Fremon Craig Emerging: Selections National premiere

Life is not easy when you’re eleven years old and your family suddenly moves from New York City to the suburbs of New Jersey! A lovely coming-of-age film, based on Judy Blume’s literary classic of the same name.

The Adults

Dustin Guy Defa American Indie Competition National premiere

Being an ‘adult’: what does it actually mean? When Eric (Michael Cera) visits his sisters and his hometown for the first time in three years, he is confronted with elements from his youth that he would have preferred to leave in the past.


Booksmart: Pool Party

Dive into a splashing movie experience at Poelmeer swimming pool during this LIFF Poolparty! Follow two friends trying to catch up on four years of fun in one night. Please note: you must be at least 18 years old to attend this screening.

The Boy and the Heron

Hayao Miyazaki Independent: Selections

Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki was supposed to retire ten years ago, but he just can’t stop making movies. Lucky us! A talking heron, a grieving boy, a fantasy world and a real world in wartime are the focus of this beautiful animated film.



Carolina Markowicz First Feature Competition National premiere

A thrilling feature debut about a Brazilian family facing a difficult dilemma. Because let’s face it: has your family ever considered letting your sick grandfather die in order to make room in your home for an Argentinian drug lord who needs a hiding place?

Chronicles of a Wandering Saint

Tomás Gómez Bustillo First Feature Competition National premiere

Chapel keeper Rita is in constant competition with the other women in her village over who is the most saintly. Her efforts are in vain until a unique opportunity presents itself in a dusty backroom. However, the path to sainthood turns out to be less glamorous than she expected.

City Girl: Film concert

The James Whale Orchestra returns to LIFF with another fantastic live score! This time, they will accompany City Girl (1930): F.W. Murnau’s classic film about a city girl who leaves Chicago for the countryside, which turns out to be quite a tough transition.


Das Lehrerzimmer

Ilker Çatak Emerging: Selections

An idealistic, but inexperienced teacher tries to stick up for a vulnerable student who has been accused of theft. What starts as a sympathetic and noble enterprise, quickly begins to harm her own reputation as a result of her questionable methods.


Dream Scenario

Kristoffer Borgli Bonkers! Competition National premiere

This new satire from Kristoffer Borgli (Sick of Myself, LIFF 2022) is about professor Paul Matthews, a balding and slightly pathetic Nicolas Cage, who hasn’t accomplished much with his work. When he inexplicably appears in the dreams of every person on earth, he becomes famous overnight.

Dreamin' Wild

The Emerson brothers’ childhood dream comes true when their album Dreamin’ Wild is discovered, 30 years after recording it. Peel Slowly and See opens the screening at pop venue Nobel with a Dutch intro on forgotten and re-discovered singer-songwriters.


Emerging: Shorts

In the Emerging Shorts program, you get to experience stories that just have to be told. They are diverse and focus on many different subjects, such as puberty, drag queens and ghosts. But more importantly, they are interesting stories that deserve a stage and an audience.

Extraordinary: Shorts

Are you looking for the feeling of: huh, what just happened? This is precisely the feeling that the Extraordinary Shorts offer. These short films about flies, gnomes and handbags are weird, different and above all extraordinary.

The End We Start From

Mahalia Belo Emerging: Selections National premiere

A mother (Jodie Comer, Killing Eve, The Last Duel) flees a London which has been submerged by a flood in search of safety. The film, based on a book by Megan Hunter, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.



Andrew Durham Emerging: Selections National premiere

After the death of her mother, Alysia moves to San Francisco with her dad, writer Steve Abbott (Scoot McNairy), where he begins to lead an openly queer life in the 1970s. Photographer Andrew Durham’s impressive directorial debut, based on Alysia Abbott’s memoirs.

Fallen Leaves

Aki Kaurismäki Independent: Selections

Will Ansa and Holappa manage to find some happiness together, despite the threat of war and a variety of personal issues? A romantic, comedic film that never loses sight of the complications of dating when you have other things on your mind.



Sam H. Freeman, Ng Choon Ping First Feature Competition National premiere

Jules, a London-based drag queen better known as Aphrodite Banks, stops performing after a disturbing homophobic assault. A while later he runs into one of his assailants in a gay sauna: the ideal set-up for a revenge plot. Or is it?


Michael Mann Independent: Selections National premiere

A biopic about some of the most important months in the life of Enzo Ferrari, former race car driver and owner of car brand and racing team Ferrari—directed by Michael Mann (Heat, Collateral) and starring Adam Driver, Penélope Cruz, Shailene Woodley and Patrick Dempsey.


Babak Jalali American Indie Competition National premiere

Twenty-something Donya lives in Fremont, California. While her past as a translator in Afghanistan leads to sleepless nights, Donya spends her days working in a fortune cookie factory. A promotion leads to new oppertunities and Donya decides to send a special message into the world.


Gift: Film Concert

Ryusuke Hamaguchi Extraordinary: Selections National premiere

A noteworthy premiere: Japanese composer Eiko Ishibashi (from the Oscar-nominated score of Drive My Car) is coming to LIFF to perform her new score for Gift (Ryûsuke Hamaguchi), which is a special film anyway, as it is an alternative cut of Hamaguchi’s Evil Does Not Exist.

The General: Live Foley Experience

Clyde Bruckman, Buster Keaton Extraordinary: Selections

A unique, interactive screening of one of the most well-known and important silent films of all time: this version of The General (Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman) has never been screened before. Why this version is unique? Because you are going to produce the sound effects yourselves!


Het Smelt

Veerle Baetens (The Broken Circle Breakdown) makes her directorial debut with a harrowing drama about a summer in which everything went awry, a winter in which these events are finally dealt with, and a block of ice in the trunk of a car.

Het Verdwenen Vliegveld: Sporen van de Tweede Wereldoorlog

Kleef & Koop en Kok Extraordinary: Selections World premiere

Many traces of the Second World War can be found at and surrounding airfield Valkenburg. What do these remains mean and what should happen with them now that a new neighborhood is emerging here? And can we still discover any unknown traces of the war? Please note that this screening is in Dutch. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Ernst de Geer First Feature Competition National premiere

Just before an important pitch with her boyfriend André (Herbert Nordrum, The Worst Person in the World), Vera visits a hypnotherapist to finally deal with her smoking addiction. Unfortunately, the hypnosis doesn’t help her on that front, only leaving her with some bizarre side effects.


I Like Movies

Chandler Levack First Feature Competition National premiere

Lawrence, a 17-year-old cinephile, gets a part-time job at a video store to earn the money he needs to attend film school, but quickly finds himself forming a complicated relationship with his manager. A relatable comedy for every young cinephile and every cinephile who’s ever been young!

I Used to Be Funny

Ally Pankiw American Indie Competition National premiere

Sam, aspiring stand-up comedian and au pair struggling with PTSD, debates whether or not to join the search for a missing teen she used to nanny. This debut of director Ally Pankiw is funny, heartbreaking, and provides a refreshing perspective on trauma and recovery.

Independent: Shorts

The Independent Shorts are films with a focus on life stories. They are filled with recognizable moments, as well as glimpses of lives that are very different from our own. These films are about spring rolls, signatures and telephone services. Prepare yourself to get lost in the labyrinth of life.



Vasilis Katsoupis Bonkers! Competition National premiere

During one of his heists for precious art, art thief Nemo (an amazing Willem Dafoe) gets trapped in a high-tech secured penthouse. Follow this solitary exhibition as Nemo pushes to the extremes for months, attempting to survive and escape.


Io Capitano

Matteo Garrone Independent: Selections National premiere

Seydou and Moussa seek freedom, embarking on a challenging journey from Dakar to Europe. Academy Award-winning director Matteo Garrone engaged with those who have actually lived through this journey, offering a new perspective on an often one-sided story.


Je verrai toujours vos visages

Jeanne Herry Emerging: Selections

Victims and offenders of various crimes seize the opportunity to engage in conversation. Slowly, their mistrust disappears, and hope emerges for both victims and offenders. The French star-studded cast (Adèle Exarchopoulos, Dali Benssalah) illustrates the importance of maintaining dialogues.


L’amour et les forêts

Valérie Donzelli Independent: Selections

Blanche (Virginie Efira, Des Enfants des Autres) finds her dream man in Greg (Melvil Poupad, Grâce à Dieu). Some major milestones—marriage, kids, moving—later, this perfect picture takes a dark turn. This story is exceptionally gripping, poignant and well-acted.


Late Night with the Devil

Cameron Cairnes, Colin Cairnes Bonkers! Competition National premiere

David Dastmalchian (Prisoners, Oppenheimer) stars as Jack Delroy, the host of a late-night talk show in the 1970s. For the Halloween episode of 1977, a whole range of thrilling guests has been invited: a cool idea of course, until all hell breaks loose during the live broadcast.

Le livre des solutions

Filmmaker Marc is stuck in the final phase of creating his latest masterpiece. He devises ridiculous excuses (bizarre edits, writing self-help books) in hopes of regaining his creativity. A delightful semi-autobiographical comedy drama by Oscar-winning director Michel Gondry.

Le pot-au-feu

When culinary passion and love blend: this film follows the romance between Eugenie and Dodin, whose shared love for cooking evolves into feelings for one another. Based on Rouff’s 1924 character, this award-winning, cinematographical foodporn-packed film is a must-see for food, film, and food film enthusiasts.

Le Règne Animal

Thomas Cailley Bonkers! Competition National premiere

A mysterious wave of mutations causes some people to gradually transform into animals. When François’ wife is affected, he and their son Émile begin a life-altering quest. This second feature film by director Thomas Cailley (Les Combattants) will represent France at the 2024 Oscars.

Lies We Tell

Lisa Mulcahy Emerging: Selections National premiere

In a dark manor with an even darker history, Maud (18) is left orphaned after her father’s sudden death. In this psychological thriller, cloaked in classic attire, Maud fights not only for her inheritance but for her life.

LIFF Filmquiz

Quizmasters Nils, Max en Hans are back, in the Stadsgehoorzaal for the first time! New location, familiar recipe; questions, pictures, videos, music, a feast for the eyes, ears and brain. A bit of movie knowledge helps, but you don’t have to be a walking IMDb to join in. Please note that the quiz is in Dutch. Our apologies for the inconvenience. 

Sign up for the quiz by buying a free team ticket. Maximum of 5 people per team.

LIFF Official Afterparty: Silent Disco & Karaoke Night

Back by popular demand: the official afterparty of Leiden International Film Festival! On Saturday, November 4th, we will warmly welcome you in the Trianon foyer for a party that’s second to none, all in the right atmosphere. Steal the show with your best dance moves in the silent disco and enchant everyone with your finest karaoke skills; we’ll gladly sing (and scream) along! Entry to the afterparty is free. No ticket required!

LIFF's 18th Birthday Bash

LIFF has turned eighteen this year, and that equals party time! That’s why on Saturday, October 28th, at 23:45 o’clock, it’s time for LIFF’s 18th Birthday Bash! Now that we’re eighteen, it is time for sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll. Or maybe just a lot of fun, delicious drinks, even better music, and some great (mostly not-so-great, to be honest) dance moves in the Trianon foyer. Free entree, no ticket required.


Los Colonos

Felipe Gálvez Haberle First Feature Competition

In the southernmost part of South America at the beginning of the twentieth century, three men—a Texan mercenary, an officer from the British army and a Chilean guide—are selected to go on an expedition together. A gritty western about colonialism and land ownership.



Álvaro Gago Díaz, Sonia Castelo First Feature Competition National premiere

Ramona (María Vázquez) juggles two jobs, has an 18-year-old daughter, and a mildly alcoholic boyfriend. After facing injustice at work, her job hunt leads to unexpected discoveries. Vázquez has won two awards for her part in this colorful portrait film.

May December

Twenty years ago, a teacher (Julianne Moore) got involved with her 13-year-old student (Charles Melton). Nowadays, they’re still together and their story is being made into a film. Will their relationship survive a visit from the curious lead actress (Natalie Portman)? Directed by Todd Haynes (Carol).


Hirokazu Koreeda Independent: Selections

With his sensitive family dramas, Hirozaku Kore-eda (Shoplifters, Broker) has managed to move us like no other. With Monster—a thrilling film about a boy who seems to have lost his way, and some other ambiguous characters—Kore-eda takes a slightly darker, yet still emotional, path.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones Extraordinary: Selections

In this legendary British comedy, King Arthur and his Knights embark on a quest for the Holy Grail. Watch the film in the stunning Temple Hall of the National Museum of Antiquities, introduced in Dutch by Assistant Curator of the Middle Ages, Raphaël Rijntjes.


Vuk Lungulov-Klotz American Indie Competition National premiere

The chaotic life in New York City: Feña knows all about it. In a single day he encounters three people he has not seen since transitioning and with whom his relationships can only be described as complicated.


Next Goal Wins

Taika Waititi Independent: Selections National premiere

Explore the true story of the world’s worst soccer team. Twelve years after a legendary 31-0 loss, a new American Samoa team, despite their lack of talent, is determined to restore their honor. Directed by Oscar winner Taika Waititi.


One Life

James Hawes Emerging: Selections National premiere

Follow the remarkable story of Nicholas Winton (Anthony Hopkins, who proves once again that he is a legend), who saved hundreds of children from the Nazis. Based on a true story, this film shows you the impact an ‘ordinary’ individual can make.

The Old Oak

The owner of ‘The Old Oak’—the last pub in a small mining community in the North of England—attempts to run his pub while tensions rise after the arrival of Syrian refugees. From the master of social criticism: Ken Loach.



Brittany Snow American Indie Competition National premiere

Riley has just been discharged from rehab. The moment she meets Ethan, recently released from prison, she is certain: they are soulmates. Is this a love story or a new addiction? This directorial debut by Brittany Snow received multiple awards at the SXSW Film Festival.

Paradise is Burning

Mika Gustafson First Feature Competition National premiere

Three young sisters experience a free summer without parental supervision. When a social worker calls for an appointment, they must find someone to pose as their mother. Awarded at Venice Orizzonti, with themes of sisterhood and coming of age, perfect musical accompaniment, and superb acting.

Perfect Days

Wim Wenders (Wings of Desire) really does not have to prove his unique ability to celebrate the small things in life anymore, and yet he does so again with Perfect Days! A peaceful film that underlines the beauty of our daily routines.

Polite Society

Nida Manzoor Bonkers! Competition National premiere

When student Rita learns her sister is overhauling her life and moving abroad to marry a wealthy man, there’s only one solution: she hits pause on her own career as a stuntwoman and kidnaps her sister at her own wedding, of course. A must-see for every RRR fan!


Poor Things

Yorgos Lanthimos Independent: Selections National premiere

What if, after your death, you’re brought back to life by an extraordinary scientist (Willem Defoe)? It happens to Bella Baxter (Emma Stone) in this new film from Yorgos Lanthimos (The Lobster, The Favourite), who can make such a bizarre scenario come to life like no one else.


Sofia Coppola Independent: Selections National premiere

You’ve seen Elvis; now get ready for Priscilla! A biopic from Sofia Coppola (The Virgin Suicides, Lost in Translation) about the turbulent relationship between Priscilla and Elvis Presley, told from Priscilla’s perspective and with a fresh, contemporary vision.


Daniel Bandeira Bonkers! Competition

A family triggers immense anger among the workers on their estate. Landowner Teresa flees and locks herself in her armored car. Pressing time and escalating tension culminate in a resounding climax. An impressive warning about the risks of an insurmountable gap between the poor and the rich.



Christopher Zalla Emerging: Selections National premiere

An elementary school teacher in a small town in Mexico decides to switch everything up and attempts to use more ‘radical’ methods in order to inspire his pupils and offer them better prospects. Starring Eugenio Derbez, the nice music teacher from CODA.


Reality Winner (Sydney Sweeney, Euphoria) is arrested under suspicion of leaking important documents about potential Russian involvement in the results of the 2016 presidential elections. What follows is a heart-pounding interrogation. Based on a true story, almost verbatim.


Junta Yamaguchi Bonkers! Competition

Junta Yamaguchi, the 2020 winner of the Bonkers! Audience Award with the fantastic Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes, is back at LIFF! Get ready to be stunned by, we kid you not, another crazy film centered around a time loop.

Robot Dreams

Pablo Berger, Pablo Berger Emerging: Selections

Dog, a resident of Manhattan, is done with his lonely life and buys a robot. The two quickly become best friends, until one day Dog has to leave his robot behind. Will these buddies ever see each other again?


The Royal Hotel

Kitty Green Emerging: Selections National premiere

A remote outback town seems perfect for two friends to earn some extra travel money, but the locals’ behavior quickly creates an eerie atmosphere. Forget what you know about thrillers and check in at The Royal Hotel.



It remains a challenge to ensure that all children receive an education. Why is that? Can we develop educational strategies to prevent them from staying at home? A documentary by Jan Stap and René Lamers. Please note that this event is in Dutch. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Charlotte Regan First Feature Competition National premiere

After her mother passes, 12-year-old Georgie continues to live alone in their London flat. Georgie manages just fine until her estranged father suddenly shows up. This quirky British debut was, quite rightly so, one of the winners at the Sundance Film Festival.


Iranian Shayda (Zar Amir Ebrahimi, Holy Spider) flees to Australia with her daughter. Their newfound freedom is threatened once when Shayda’s violent husband returns. Iranian-Australian director Noora Niasari’s debut script is rooted in her personal experiences, a connection that resonates visibly and emotionally throughout the movie.


Randall Park Emerging: Selections National premiere

Ben, a not-so-successful filmmaker and film snob, lives together with his girlfriend Miko in Berkeley, California. When Miko moves to New York, Ben explores what he thinks he wants in life. Join in on a comedic and sharply portrayed quest in this adaptation of Adrian Tomine’s graphic novel.

Simple comme Sylvain

It’s known that opposites attract, but are they future-proof? Sophia comes from a wealthy family, Sylvain comes from a family of manual workers. It’s love at first sight when they meet, and their differences turn Sophia’s world upside down in this charming, non-cliché take on a classic story.


Jason Yu Extraordinary: Selections National premiere

You thought a snoring partner was bad? Well, think again! On Halloween, we’re screening this chilling directorial debut by Korean filmmaker Jason Yu as part of our Halloween Double Feature special, starring Jung Yu-mi (Train to Busan) and Lee Sun-kyun (Parasite).


Marija Kavtaradze Emerging: Selections National premiere

A dancer meets a sign language interpreter and instantly feels a deep connection with him. A, you may have guessed it, slow and intimate portrait of love, relationships, (a)sexuality, and the ways in which bodies—by means of dance and sign language—can convey certain messages that cannot be expressed in words.

Sneak: Closing Film

We almost can’t believe it ourselves, but even the eighteenth edition of LIFF will eventually come to an end. What film we will be watching on our closing night is a secret, but we can already reveal that it’s going to be a night you won’t forget any time soon!

Sometimes I Think About Dying

Rachel Lambert American Indie Competition National premiere

Daisy Ridley stars as an introverted office worker for whom the monotony of the office life is occasionally interrupted by fantastical visions of ways in which she could die. When Fran meets a new co-worker, she slowly begins to crawl out of her shell.

Spirit of Ecstasy

Héléna Klotz Emerging: Selections National premiere

French singer Pomme (Claire Pommet) makes her promising acting debut as Jeanne: a non-binary intern in the tough environment of the financial sector, who—in addition to the professional pressure of such a position—has to deal with insomnia and complex family dynamics.

Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis)

Director Anton Corbijn tells the story of the artistic duo Hipgnosis, renowned for creating legendary album covers for artists like Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, and AC/DC. Plato Leiden enhances this co-presentation at the Nobel by featuring a stand with the iconic records from the documentary.

Starring Jerry As Himself

Law Chen American Indie Competition National premiere

Is it real? Is it fiction? It simply is the story of Jerry and his family. Jerry (played by Jerry) is a Taiwanese immigrant, now retired and living in Florida, who one day receives a secret mission from the Chinese police.

The Secret Garden

Agnieszka Holland Extraordinary: Selections

Immerse yourself in beautiful flowers and exotic plants during this special screening at Leiden’s Hortus Botanicus. Mary Lennox discovers a mysterious garden, where she can escape the dreary mansion of her uncle along with her bedridden cousin.


The Sweet East

Sean Price Williams American Indie Competition

High school senior Lillian explores the East Coast which is quite Oz or Wonderland-worthy. To quote the Wizard of Oz: “It’s not about where you go, it’s who you meet along the way.” Starring Talia Ryder (Never Rarely Sometimes Always) and Jacob Elordi (Euphoria), among others.


A Thousand and One

A.V. Rockwell American Indie Competition National premiere

New York, the ’90s. Struggling Inez (Teyana Taylor) makes a radical decision when she kidnaps her 6-year-old son from foster care. Together they build a life, haunted by their secret. Themes of poverty, inequality, and parenthood make this a deserving award winner at the Sundance Film Festival.

Theater Camp

Molly Gordon, Nick Lieberman American Indie Competition

With the founder of a theater camp in a coma, it is up to the camp staff to keep the camp running. A hilarious comedy with rising stars Molly Gordon (Shiva Baby), Ben Platt (Dear Evan Hansen), and Jimmy Tatro (American Vandal).


Carolina Markowicz Emerging: Selections

Suellen thinks her son needs ‘saving’ in the form of a conversion camp, but goes to great lengths to obtain the necessary funds. The contrasts between mother and son are exceptionally depicted cinematographically, and director Carolina Markowicz (Charcoal, also in our LIFF program) continues to push the boundaries of Brazilian cinema.


Valhalla Rising

Nicolas Winding Refn Extraordinary: Selections

Follow the journey of One-Eye (Mads Mikkelsen), who escapes his life as a fighting slave and joins a group of Vikings heading to the not-so-promised land. Conservator of the Middle Ages Annemarieke Willemsen will introduce the movie, in Dutch, at the National Museum of Antiquities.

Veni Vidi Vino

A wine tasting event accompanied by an amazing selection of film clips. Please note that the introductions to the wines and to all of the film clips at this event are in Dutch. We apologize for the inconvenience.


Voor Niemand Wat Wils

Be warned: This year VNWW has again slithered its way into the program. Crapmeisters Hans and Nils will dump their curiosity trashcan full of inept, distasteful, offensive and hilarious cinematic oddities all over you. Stay strong… Please note that this event is in Dutch. We apologize for the inconvenience.



Quentin Dupieux Bonkers! Competition

During a performance of the bad comedy Le Cocu, Yannick rises from the audience to interrupt the show. Unhappy with the performance, he grabs a gun, creating a bizarre hostage situation. Another absurd comedy by director Dupieux, challenging the audience’s expectations of art.

You Hurt My Feelings

Nicole Holofcener Independent: Selections

Julia Louis-Dreyfus shines in this new film by Nicole Holofcener (Enough Said, LIFF 2013) as an author who discovers that her husband (Tobias Menzies) is far less positive about her new book behind her back than she thought. Ouch!