The Provincetown International Film Festival have announced their official lineup in a press release Wednesday morning.

The festival revealed its narrative features, documentaries and shorts in competition this year. Among the narrative titles in play, Sundance award-winning “Brittany Runs a Marathon” is slated for the fest’s opening night screening. The film was soon picked up by Amazon Studios after premiering in Park City. Another Sundance film, Hannah Pearl Utt’s “Before You Know It,” will be closing off the festival. The Alfre Woodard-starring “Clemency”  will be screening at the festival. Chinonye Chikwu’s film won a Grand Jury Prize back at Sundance and looks to be a decent Oscar vehicle for Woodard.

PIFF will also have a special tribute to writer/director/actor John Cameron Mitchell. The festival’s ‘Filmmaker on the Edge’ award will be given to him, as he returns to the Massachusetts town to sit in discussion with John Waters.

From the PIFF press release:

“We’re thrilled to honor John Cameron Mitchell as our 2019 Filmmaker on the Edge,” said Andrew Peterson, PIFF’s Director of Programming. “With each new project he surprises and delights us with his singular point of view, style, and skill. His conversation with John Waters is sure to be one for the history books!”

The Provincetown International Film Festival runs June 12 – 16 in Provincetown, Mass.

The full lineup of films headed to PIFF are listed below.

OPENING NIGHT

BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON – directed by Paul Downs Colaizzo (Wednesday, June 12)
*Paul Downs Colaizzo and Jillian Bell in attendance

CLOSING NIGHT

BEFORE YOU KNOW IT – directed by Hannah Pearl Utt (Sunday, June 16)
*Hannah Pearl Utt in attendance

SPOTLIGHT SELECTIONS

LINDA RONSTADT: THE SOUND OF MY VOICE – directed by Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman (Thursday, June 13)
*Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman in attendance

THE APOLLO – directed by Roger Ross Williams (Friday, June 14)
*Roger Ross Williams in attendance

VITA & VIRGINIA – directed by Chanya Button (Saturday, June 15)

SPECIAL SCREENINGS/EVENTS

JOHN WATERS PRESENTS: MOM AND DAD – directed by Brian Taylor

MODERN LOVE LIVE, presented by WBUR and The New York Times (Friday, June 14)

BABYLON – directed by Franco Rosso

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH – directed by John Cameron Mitchell

STATE OF PRIDE – directed by Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman

SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY – directed by John Schlesinger

NARRATIVE FEATURES

ADAM – directed by Rhys Ernst

AN ALMOST ORDINARY SUMMER – directed by Simone Godano

AUGGIE – directed by Matt Kane

BUÑUEL IN THE LABYRINTH OF THE TURTLES – directed by Salvador Simó

CLEMENCY – directed by Chinonye Chukwu

DOLCE FINE GIORNATA – directed by Jacek Borcuch

DRIVEWAYS – directed by Andrew Ahn

END OF THE CENTURY– directed by Lucio Castro

THE FAREWELL – directed by Lulu Wang

GOOD POSTURE – directed by Dolly Wells

IMAGINARY ORDER – directed by Debra Eisenstadt

OFFICIAL SECRETS – directed by Gavin Hood

ORAY – directed by Mehmet Akif Büyükatalay

SISTER AIMEE – directed by Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann

SPEED OF LIFE – directed by Liz Manashil

SWALLOW – directed by Carlo Mirabella-Davis

SWORD OF TRUST – directed by Lynn Shelton

TOP END WEDDING – directed by Wayne Blair

WILD ROSE – directed by Tom Harper

YESTERDAY – directed by Danny Boyle

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

ALWAYS IN SEASON – directed by Jacqueline Olive

AMERICAN FACTORY – directed by Steven Bognar, Julia Reichert

CIRCUS OF BOOKS – directed by Rachel Mason

GAY CHORUS DEEP SOUTH – directed by David Charles Rodrigues

HONEYLAND – directed by Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska

MAIDEN – directed by Alex Holmes

MAKING MONTGOMERY CLIFT – directed by Robert Clift, Hillary Demmon

MIKE WALLACE IS HERE – directed by Avi Belkin

MOONLIGHT SONATA: DEAFNESS IN THREE MOVEMENTS – directed by Irene Taylor Brodsky

MUSEUM TOWN – directed by Jennifer Trainer

SEA OF SHADOWS – directed by Richard Ladkani

SEAHORSE – directed by Jeanie Finlay

WHAT SHE SAID: THE ART OF PAULINE KAEL – directed by Rob Garver

WIG – directed by Chris Moukarbel

SHORTS

AWUMBUK – directed by Dylan Gillah

THE BLACK MAMBAS – directed by Bruce Donnelly

BUBBLE – directed by Alyssa Lerner

BURNING MY TONGUE – directed by Murphy McCann

CARLOTTA’S FACE – directed by Valentin Riedl

CATHERINE OPIE B. 1961 – directed by Erin Wright

CLASS OF 84 – directed by Alex Salsberg

THE COCOA FONDUE SHOW – directed by Andrew Wyatt Arnold

CURE FOR INSOMNIA – directed by Jay Critchley

DOCKING – directed by Trevor Anderson

FAITHY, HEY – directed by Emily Hubley

FRAN THIS SUMMER – directed by Mary Evangelista

GIRL TALK – directed by Erica Rose

THE HIGH BRIDGE – directed by Benedict Campbell

HOW I CAME OUT – directed by Mark Jones

I KNEW ANDY WARHOL – directed by Marc Saltarelli

LADIES DAY – directed by Abena Taylor-Smith

LAVENDER – directed by Matthew Puccini

THE LINE – directed by Melisa Resch

LOCKDOWN – Celine Held, Logan George

MADE PUBLIC – directed by Foster Wilson

MILLER & SON – directed by Asher Jelinsky

THE MURALIST – directed by Eric Forman

PUT YOUR FEET UP – directed by Peter Horgan

THE RACE – directed by Dina Rudick

RENOVATION – directed by Fábio Leal

SOMETIMES, I THINK ABOUT DYING – directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz

TIME TO GO – directed by Rio Contrada

TWO BALLOONS – directed by Mark C. Smith

UNDER COVERS – directed by Michaela Olsen

YOU SAY HELLO – directed by Lovell Holder

What are your thoughts on the Provincetown Film Festival lineup? Have you seen any of these films at other local fests, or Sundance, even? Let us know in the comments section!

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