Bradford International Film Festival 2013

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1913 Massacre (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Louis Galdieri, Ken Ross)
Woody Guthrie's son Arlo journeys to Calumet and examines the enduring impact of the strike, disaster and song on the town and its people.
International premiere. Showing with Traveling Light
Alfredo (Country: US; Year: 2008; Director: Tom Jarmusch)
Bluntly in-your-face take on American gun-culture.
UK premiere. Showing with Sometimes City
Another Bullet Dodged (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Landon Zakheim; Writer: Todd Luoto, Landon Zakheim; Stars: Vincent Cardinale, Jennifer Landon, Alix Angelis, Brenda Canela, Elana Krausz, Eric M. Levy, Siobhan Mahoney, Cory Zacharia)
Plunges us into a relationship between a guy and a girl that's souring faster than last Thursday's milk.
UK premiere. Showing with Pearlblossom Hwy. Shine short film competition
Century (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Kevin Jerome Everson; Stars: Buick Century)
Filmed in Charlottesville, Virginia, and starring a General Motors automobile – the titular brown Buick Century – meeting its fate.
UK premiere. Showing with One Way Boogie Woogie
The Dancing Soul Of The Walking People (Country: US; Year: 1976; Director: Paula Gladstone )
A city-poem which transports us to hidden corners that only a Coney-Islander would know.
UK premiere
The Livelong Day (Country: US; Year: 2008; Director: David Fenster)
Documentary about model train fans.
UK premiere. Showing with Pincus
Master Plan (Year: 2012; Director: Robert Todd )
Documentary shines a light on housing across America.
International premiere. Showing with Dangerous Light and Habitat
Nor'easter (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Andrew Brotzman; Writer: Andrew Brotzman; Stars: David Call, Richard Bekins, Liam Aiken, Haviland Morris, Rachel Brosnahan, Danny Burstein, Geary Smith, Emory Cohen, Barb Bowers, Clarissa Brown, Andreas Dely, Devin Fletcher, Anne Foskett, Christopher Jon Gombos, Camilla Gray)
A young priest negotiates tricky terrain - physical, psychological and moral - in his bleakly picturesque new parish.
International premiere
Pearlblossom Hwy (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: Mike Ott ; Stars: Atsuko Okatsuka, Cory Zacharia, John Brotherton)
Starring Atsuko Okatsuka and Cory Zacharia as they play "variations" of their Littlerock characters in an intimate, delicate story of love, family and self-awareness.
UK premiere. Showing with Another Bullet Dodged
Pincus (Country: US; Year: 2012; Director: David Fenster; Writer: David Fenster; Stars: Paul Fenster, Dietmar Franusch, Christi Idavoy, David Nordstrom)
An interior decorator who cares or his ailing father falls for a karate instructor.
UK premiere. Showing with The Livelong Day
Sometimes City (Country: US; Year: 2011; Director: Tom Jarmusch)
A punchy, punkish, video-shot collage that builds into a hard-knock, empathetic portrait of Cleveland, Ohio.
UK premiere. Showing with Alfredo
Traveling Light (Director: Gina Telaroli)
Experimental docu/fiction hybrid sees Gina Telaroli joins an illustrious list of US filmmakers entranced by the railroad.
International premiere. Showing with 1913 Massacre

Portrait of a lady and a city Fabien Constant on Sarah Jessica Parker and the team behind Blue Night

Style and grace Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi on The Gospel According To André

On the road again Kent Jones on Tribeca award winner Diane

Putting island in doc Gabrielle Brady on the challenges of shooting Island Of The Hungry Ghosts

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