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This year’s Sun Valley Film Festival has unveiled its feature film lineup.
Opening the festival will be National Geographic’s Little Giants and Mathew Brown’s The Man Who Knew Infinity, with the Hank Williams biopic starring Tom Hiddleston, I Saw the Light, set as the closing night film.
Other selections from the lineup include Don Cheadle’s Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead and documentary Romeo Is Bleeding, which follows kids in a rough neighborhood of Richmond, Calif. who adapt Romeo and Juliet.
Helen Mirren’s drone drama Eye in the Sky will also appear at the festival along with NatGeo’s The Story of God with Morgan Freeman.
The Sun Valley Film Festival runs from March 2–6.
The full festival lineup can be found here.
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Santa Barbara International Film Festival