Magazine article Screen International

Sushi Girl, Crave, V/H/S, Wrong among First Titles Announced for Fantasia

Magazine article Screen International

Sushi Girl, Crave, V/H/S, Wrong among First Titles Announced for Fantasia

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16th edition, which runs July 19-August 7, also celebrates Jennifer Lynch with two special screenings, including world premiere of Chained [pictured].

The international premiere of Kern Saxton's crime thriller Sushi Girl, starring Mark Hamill and Tony Todd, and the world premiere of Jennifer Lynch's Chained, are among the first wave of titles announced for Montreal's Fantasia International Film Festival.

Running July 19-August 7, the 16th edition of the festival will also feature an expanded documentary film line-up, including the world premiere of Eric Walter's My Amityville Horror.

Other premieres taking place include the world premiere of Crave, the directorial debut of Ridley Scott collaborator Charles de Laurizika, and Paul Hough's sci-fi thriller The Human Race, which features disabled performers in many of the lead roles, as well as Canadian premieres of horror anthology V/H/S and Quentin Dupieux's Wrong. …

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