Provincetown Film Festival Unveils Lineup

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'Captain Fantastic'

'Captain Fantastic' will open the Massachusetts-based fest.

The Provincetown International Film Festival on Friday announced its full lineup. 

Matt Ross' offbeat family dramedy Captain Fantastic will open the event, while the Madonna dance documentary Strike a Pose will close it out.

The festival's Spotlight selections also have been unveiled: Jonah Markowitz's Political Animals, the Logan Lerman starrer Indignation and Susan White's Our Kind of Traitor

"We continue to be impressed with the quality of films we view each year to put together our festival lineup," said PIFF artistic director Connie White. "In June, Provincetown will be abuzz with new talent to watch and returning artists who continue to take risks and push the boundaries of their work." 

As previously announced, director Ang Lee and actress Cynthia Nixon will be getting special tribute screenings of their respective films Brokeback Mountain and James White.

The Provincetown International Film Festival is set to run June 15-19 in Provincetown, Mass.

See the full lineup of narrative and documentary features below. 

NARRATIVE FEATURES

Awol, directed by Deb Shoval
Being 17, directed by André Téchiné
Blood Stripe, directed by Remy Auberjonois
Don't Think Twice, directed by Mike Birbiglia
Goat, directed by Andrew Neel
A Good Wife, directed by Mirjana Karanovic
Hunt for the Wilderpeople, directed by Taika Waititi
The Innocents, directed by Anne Fontaine
Lazy Eye, directed by Tim Kirkman
Little Men, directed by Ira Sachs
Long Way North, directed by Rémi Chayé
Miles, directed by Nathan Adloff
Morris From America, directed by Chad Hartigan
Other People, directed by Chris Kelly
Our Little Sister, directed by Hirokazu Koreeda
The People vs. Fritz Bauer, directed by Lars Kraume
The Saver, directed by Wiebke von Carolsfeld
Spa Night, directed by Andrew Ahn
Summertime , directed by Catherine Corsini
A Stray, directed by Musa Syeed
Wiener-Dog, directed by Todd Solondz

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

Author: The JT Leroy Story, directed by Jeff Feuerzeig
Brillo Box (3¢ Off), directed by Lisanne Skyler
Cameraperson, directed by Kirsten Johnson
Check It, directed by Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer
Class Divide, directed by Marc Levin
Don't Blink: Robert Frank, directed by Laura Israel
The Guys Next Door, directed by Amy Geller and Allie Humenuk
Jewel's Catch One, directed by C. Fitz
The Music of Strangers: Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble, directed by Morgan Neville
Obit, directed by Vanessa Gould
Off the Rails, directed by Adam Irving
Peter and the Farm, directed by Tony Stone
Sonic Sea, directed by Michelle Dougherty and Daniel Hinerfeld
Sonita, directed by Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami
Suited, directed by Jason Benjamin
Tickled, directed by David Farrier and Dylan Reeve
The Trans List, directed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Uncle Howard, directed by Aaron Brookner
Unlocking the Cage, directed by Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker

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