FilmColumbia


The trailer for Tiny Furniture

The annual FilmColumbia festival in Chatham starts up this Wednesday and runs through Sunday. This year's slate of films looks very good.

Here's the full schedule. A bunch of films that caught our attention are after the jump.

Partir
Kristin Scott Thomas stars in this French film about a married woman who falls in love with another man. It all looks very French. trailer | reviews
Wednesday at 6 pm

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
The third film in the Swedish version of Stieg Larsson's "Millenium" triology. (They're making American versions of the films now.) trailer
Wednesday at 8 pm

The Debt
Helen Mirren stars in this film about former Mossad agents who have to investigate a hit that might have gone wrong. trailer
Thursday at 7 pm

The Illusionist
An animated film by Sylvain Chomet (The Triplets of Belleville). trailer
Friday at noon

Tiny Furniture
An indie comedy about returning home after college. Sample exchange: "I'm in a post-graduate delirium/ I think you sound like you're in the epilogue for Felicity" trailer
Friday at 2 pm

Client 9
The Spitzer doc. With a panel discussion afterward that includes director Alex Gibney. trailer
Friday at 7:30 pm

127 Hours
James Franco as that guy who got pinned under a boulder while hiking in Utah. Directed by Danny Boyle. trailer
Saturday at noon

Black Swan
Natlie Portman stars as a ballerina who comes unhinged. Directed by Darren Aronofsky. There's already been Oscar talk about Portman's performance. trailer
Saturday at 5:30 pm

Rabbit Hole
Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as married couple who's young son dies. Directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig and the Angry Inch)
Sunday at 9 pm

The King's Speech
Colin Firth plays the King George VI. Geoffrey Rush plays his speech therapist. trailer
Sunday at 7:30 pm

You can buy individual tickets for the films (bring cash), or buy a festival pass.

Comments

It seems there is a Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince still in the spot for 'The King's Speech' :D Hehe.

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