The 10th annual P'Town film festival runs from June 18 through 22, and the line-up has just been announced. Pretty impressive bunch of movies, too: big dogs from Sundance ("Frozen River," "Ballast," "American Teen," "Baghead," "Choke," "Man on Wire"), directorial debuts from Gael Garcia Bernal ("Deficit") and Madonna ("Filth and Wisdom," starring Eugene Hutz, above -- they hated it in Berlin; no, they liked it quite a bit), new films from French provocatrix Catherine Breillat ("The Last Mistress") and Werner Herzog ("Encounters at the End of the World"), Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and Elvis Mitchell's epic documentary "The Black List", excellent documentaries on subjects from Patti Smith to Roman Polanski.
Quentin Tarantino will be there, too, along with (hopefully) the previous winners of the festival's "Filmmaker on the Edge" award. They're also honoring actors Gael Garcia Bernal and Jane Lynch. The festival website's a bit of a kludge, but here's the list of films and here's the schedule. Ready? Set? Go.
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