WATERVILLE — The Maine International Film Fesival will take place July 13-22. Movies will be screened at Railroad Square Cinema and the Waterville Opera House. For more information, visit miff.org.


“Goodfellas” Director: Martin Scorsese; screenplay: Nicholas Pileggi.

“The Edge of the World” Director, screenplay: Michael Powell; producer: Joe Rock.

“The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp” Director, screenplay, producers: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger.

“Five Easy Pieces” Director: Bob Rafelson; screenplay: Carole Eastman, story by Eastman and Rafelson; producer: Bob Rafelson, Richard Wechsler.


“Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean” Director: Robert Altman; screenplay: Ed Graczyk, based on his play; producer: Scott Bushnell.

“Maria My Love” Director: Jasmine McGlade Chazelle; screenplay: Jasmine McGlade Chazelle, from a story by Chazelle and Lauren Fales; producers: Jennifer Glynn, Tiana Mathews, Jasmine McGlade Chazelle.

“Help” Director, screenplay and producer: Karen Black.

“The Day of the Locust” Director: John Schlesinger; screenplay: Waldo Salt, based on the Nathaniel West novel; producer: Jerome Hellman.

“Cold Fever” in English and in Icelandic, German and Japanese with English subtitles; Director: Fridrik Thor Fridriksson Screenplay: Fridrik Thor Fridriksson, Jim Stark Producer: Jim Stark.

“In the Soup” Director: Alexandre Rockwell; screenplay: Sollace Mitchell, Alexandre Rockwell; producers: Jim Stark, Pascal Caucheteux, Hank Blumenthal.


“Mystery Train” in English and in Italian and Japanese with English subtitles. Director, screenplay: Jim Jarmusch; producer: Jim Stark.

“The Pier” Director, Screenplay, Producer: Gerard Hurley Executive Producer: Jim Stark.


“Breathing” in Austrian with English subtitles. Director, screenplay: Karl Markovics; producers: Dieter Pochlatko, Nikolaus Wiiiak.

“The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best” Director, screenplay: Ryan O’Nan; producers: Jason Michael Berman, Kwesi Collisson.

“Chicken with Plums” in French with English subtitles. Directors, screenplay: Mariane, Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud; producer: Hengameh Penahi.


“Consuming Spirits” in English. Director, screenplay, producer: Chris Sullivan.

“Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai” in Japanese with English subtitles. Director: Takashi Mike; screenplay: Kikumi Yamagishi, based on the novel “Ibun Ronin-ki” by Ysuhiko Takiguchi; producers: Jeremy Thomas, Toshiaki Najazawa.

“Like the Water” Director: Caroline von Kuhn; screenplay: Caitlin Fitzgerald, Caroline von Kuhn; producer: Emily Best.

“Nor’easter” director, screenplay: Andrew Brotzman; producer: Veronica Nickel.


“The Oranges” Director: Julian Farino; screenplay: Ian Helfer, Jay Reiss; producers: Anthony Bregman, Leslie Urdang, Dean Banech.


“Le Tableau (The Painting)” in French with English subtitles. Director: Jean-Francois Laguionie; screenplay: Jean-Francois Laguionie, Anik Leray.

“A Real Life (Au Voleur)” in French with English subtitles. Director: Sarah Petit; screenplay: Sarah Petit, Emmanuelle Jacob; producers: Laetitia Fevre, Michel Klein.

“Sal” Director: James Franco; screenplay: Vince Jolivette, James Franco, Stacey Miller, based on the book by Michael Gregg Michaud; producers: Caroline Aragon, Vince Jolivette, Miles Levy.

“Sleeping Dogs (Schlafende Hunde)” in German with English subtitles. Director: Michael O’Connor; screenplay: Ninon Schubert; producers: Michael O’Connor, Ninon Schubert.

“The Student (El Estudiante)” in Spanish with English subtitles. Director, screenplay: Santiago Mitre; producers: Fernando Brom, Santiago Mitre, Barbara Francisco.

“The Well-Digger’s Daughter” in French with English subtitles. Director: Daniel Auteuil; screenplay: Daniel Auteuil, based on the nove; by Marcel Pagnol; producer: Alain Sarde.



“The Law in TheseParts”

“Policeman” in Hebrew with English subtitles.

“5 Broken Cameras”


“5 Days in Denver” Director, Producer: Todd Cassetty.


“Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” in Mandarin with English subtitles and in English. Director, screenplay: Allison Klayman; producers: Alison Klayman, Adam Schlesinger. With Ai Weiwei.

“Boom Varietal” in English and in Spanish with English subtitles. Director, producer: Sky Pinnick; screenplay: Tim Cash, Kirk Ermisch; story by Shea Pinnick and Sky Pinnick.

“A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet” Director: Mark Kitchell; screenplay: Mark Kitchell, based on the book by Philip Shabecoff.

“Flat Daddy” Directors: Nara Garber, Betsy Nagler; producers: Peggy Sutton, Nara Garber and Betsy Nagler.

“For The Love of the Music : The Club 47 Folk Revival” Directors: Todd Kwait, Rob Stegman; screenplay: Todd Kwait, John Delancy, Rob Stegman; producers: Todd Kwait, Rob Stegman. With Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Maria Muldaur, Taj Mahal, Jim Kweskin, Tom Rush, Geoff Muldaur, Peter Rowan and Jackie Washington.

“Freedom and Unity: The Vermont Movie” Project coordinator: Nora Jacobson; project administrator: Nat Winthrop; over two dozen directors, including iJay Craven, Kate Cone, Louise Michaels, Dorothy Tod, Matt Bucy, Bill Stetson, Dan Butler, Richard Waterhouse, Kate Purdie Rob Koier and Alan Dater.


“Girl Model” Directors, producers: David Redmon, Ashley Sabin.

“Hardwater” Directors, producers: Ryan Brod, Daniel Sites.

“How to Survive a Plague,” Director: David France; screenplay: David France, odd Woody Richman, Tyler H. Walk; producers: David France, Howard Gertler.

“Planet of Snail” in Korean with English subtitles. Director, Winner of “Best Film of the Year” from the National Society of Film Critics, Producer: Yi Seongjun.

“Samsara” without language. Director: Ron Fricke; screenplay: Ron Fricke, Maek Magidson; producer: Mark Magidson.

“A Sister’s Call” Directors: Kyle Tekiela, Rebecca Schaper.


“Jim White in Concert!” With a screening of “Searching for the Wrong Eyed Jesus,” Director: Andrew Douglas; screenplay: Steve Haisman; producers: Martin Rosenbaum, Andrew Douglas. With Jim White, The Handsome Family, Harry Crews, David Johansen and Johnny Dowd.

“Tokyo Waka: A City Poem” in Japanese with English subtitles. Directors, producers: Kristine Samuelson, John Haptas.

“True Wolf” in English. Director: Rob Whitehair; producer: Pam Voth.



“The Big Sky” Director, producer: Howard Hawks; screenplay: Dudley Nichols, from the novel by A.B. Guthrie Jr.


“The Breaking Point,” Director: Michael Curtiz; screenplay: Ranald MacDougall, based on “To Have and Have Not” by Ernest Hemingway; producer: Jerry Wald.

“The Chase” Director: Arthur Ripley; screenplay: Philip Yordan, based on the novel “The Black Path of Fear” by Cornell Woolrich; producer: Seymour Nebanzal.

“The Leopard (Il Gattopardo),” in Italian with English subtitles. Director: Luchino Visconti; screenplay: Suso Cecchi D’Amico, Pasqule Festa Campanile, Enrico Medioli, Massimo Franciosa, Luchino Visconti, based on the novel by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa; producer: Goffredo Lombardii.

“Le Amiche” in Italian with English subtitles. Director: Michelangelo Antonioni; screenplay: Suso Cecchi D’Amico, Alba De Cespedes, Michelangelo Antinioni, based on the novel “Tra donne sole” by Cesare Pavese.

“Letter from an Unknown Woman,” American film from European director Max Ophüls, starring Joan Fontaine as a young woman who falls in love with a concert pianist.

“The Long Day Closes” excavates the rich ore of director Terence Davies’ Liverpool childhood. It focuses on his shy, daydreaming alter ego, Bud, growing up poor and Catholic during a time in the mid ’50s after the death of his brutal father.


“Once Upon a Time in the West” Sergio Leone reimagined the American Western genre with Once Upon a Time in the West, in which two mysterious strangers join forces to defend a widow after a sinister hired gun murders her family in a bid to grab their land for the railroad.


“Baby Blue,” is set on the somber Maine coast, Baby Blue follows the journey of a father who delves into the nature of closure and fulfilling promises.

“The Couple,” an actress and screenwriter sit down with a magazine reporter to discuss their film and their relationship.

“Carbon for Water,” in Kenya’s Western Province, most drinking water is contaminated. The wood many Kenyans use to boil this water to make it safe is increasingly valuable.

“Fanuzzi’s Gold” portrays a 77-year-old Staten Islander fighting for the survival of his family by searching for gold in the most unexpected of places.


“The Heartless Girl/La Fille sans Couer (French),” a short boy-meets-girl film with a twist. A young man falls in love with a curious young girl. A girl who, he finds out, is incapable of loving him back. He soon understands the true meaning of love, and the power of one’s heart.

“Kids of the World,” with the snap of her fingers, Binto can defy the laws of nature. She can do everything from transporting her friends to instantly commanding a thunderstorm.

“Ouija,” upon receiving news that her husband is missing in action, a young woman presumes the worst and seeks the help of a Ouija board to contact him.

“Sea Pavilion,” an innocent picnic turns surreal when curiosity leads to the uncovering of secrets hidden in the decrepit yet beautiful ruins of a seaside pavilion. Filmed in Macassar, South Africa, where the dunes have half-buried a once vibrant recreation park, a young couple learn that some dark corners should not be revealed in the light of day.

“The Search for Norumbega,” if Norumbega was anything more than a mythologized landscape, the limits of knowledge fail to prove its existence. Perhaps the poetic capabilities of the moving image will manifest an alternative future geography — a Norumbega that exists beyond the limits of history, cartography and nationality.

“Stranded” is a story about a young man who finds himself lost in New York City after a heavy night of drinking.

“Written in Ink/ Co Raz Zostalo Zapisane (Polish)” is a story of a man trying to get back in touch with his sister after they haven’t had any contact for 14 years. But can one change what has already been written in ink?

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