Sundance Film Festival 2007

The Park City At Midnight strand of Sundance Film Festival "offers eight films that are likely to amuse, surprise, or shock the bleary-eyed viewer and offer a lively last stop in the nightly film-going circuit".

View other Sundance Film Festival Films by strand: From The Sundance Collection, Independent Feature Film Competition: Documentary, Independent Feature Film Competition: Dramatic, International Shorts: Animation, International Shorts: Documentary, International Shorts: Dramatic, New Frontier, Premieres, Special Screenings, Spectrum, US Short Films: Animation, US Short Films: Documentary, US Short Films: Dramatic, World Cinema Competition: Documentary, World Cinema Competition: Dramatic

Fido Fido
Fido and It Is Fine. Everything Is Fine!
Fido (Country: Canada; Year: 2006; Director: Andrew Currie; Writer: Robert Chomiak, Andrew Currie, Dennis Heaton, Dennis Heaton; Stars: Billy Connolly, David Kaye, Jan Skorzewski, Kevin Tyell, Andy Parkin, Lynn Pendleton, Gary Slater, Taylor Petri, Glenn Richards, Raphael Kepinski)
Zom-com sees a boy befriended by the family zombie... but trouble brews when he eats the neighbour.
Finishing the Game: The Search for a New Bruce Lee (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: Justin Lin; Writer: Josh Diamond, Justin Lin; Stars: Roger Fan, Sung Kang, James Franco, McCaleb Burnett, Dustin Nguyen, Monique Curnen, M.C. Hammer, Mousa Kraish, Jake Sandvig, Sam Bottoms, Josh Diamond)
Bruce Lee's shock death left legions of stunned fans and a legacy of 12 minutes from his unfinished Game Of Death. Undeterred, studio executives launched a search for his replacement chronicled here through the eyes of five aspiring thespians who find out what the real game is.
World Premiere
It Is Fine. Everything Is Fine! (Country: USA; Year: 2007; Director: Crispin Glover; Writer: Crispin Glover, Steven C Stewart; Stars: Crispin Glover, Steven C Stewart)
Film noir fantasy for the unlikeliest of heroes.
World Premiere
The Signal (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: David Bruckner, Dan Bush, Jacob Gentry; Writer: David Bruckner, Jacob Gentry, Dan Bush; Stars: Anessa Ramsey, Justin Welborn, A.J. Bowen, Sahr, Scott Poythrees, Cheri Christian, Chadrian McKnight)
Three-part tale of horror sees a strange signal start to drive people crazy.
World Premiere
Sk8 Life (Country: Canada; Year: 2006; Director: Wyeth Clarkson; Writer: Wyeth Clarkson, Elan Mastai; Stars: Mark Bajcar, Silas Borsos, Chris Boykin, Chad Dickson, Kris Foley, Alison Matasi, Kathy Miller, Dustin Montie, Jarvis Nigelsky, ,)
8 sk8trs brought together to make a 'sk8 tape', crash at the legendary "Crashpad". They soon discover its days are numbered and band together to save it.
North American Premiere
The Signal The Signal
The Signal and Sk8 Life
Smiley Face (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: Gregg Araki; Writer: Dylan Haggerty; Stars: Anna Faris, Roscoe Lee Browne, Danny Masterson, Ben Falcone, Adam Brody, Brian Posehn, Rick Hoffman, Matthew J. Evans, Davenia McFadden, Joey Diaz, Jim Rash)
Jane F, an unsuccessful slacker actress, inadvertently eats her roommate's pot cupcakes and proceeds to have a very strange day of hijinks and surreal misadventures.
World Premiere
The Ten (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: David Wain; Writer: Ken Marino, David Wain; Stars: Paul Rudd, Adam Brody, Jon Hamm, Winona Ryder, Ken Marino, Todd Holoubek, Mather Zickel, Ali Marsh, Raisy Pereyra, Edmund Genest, Ron Silver)
Ten stories, each inspired by one of The Ten Commandments, illustrate the perils of modern life via extreme comedy.
World Premiere
We Are the Strange (Country: US; Year: 2007; Director: M dot Strange; Writer: M. dot Strange; Stars: Chaylon Blancett, David Choe, Stuart Mahoney, Halleh Seddighzadeh, M dot Strange)
In this animated feature film, two outcasts fight for survival in a sinister fantasy world. Their lives are constantly in jeopardy after they're caught in the middle of a deadly battle between bizarre monsters on their way to the ice cream shop.
World Premiere
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