"We probably have more world premieres of American features that we've ever had," says festival co-director Tom Luddy. They'll include: the Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line; Everything is Illuminated, Liev Schreiber's adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer's novel; and Ang Lee's gay cowboy epic Brokeback Mountain (which is also screening in Venice this week). Also on the slate are Michael Haneke's Cannes winner Cache, and tributes to Mickey Rooney, Laurie Anderson, and Merian C. Cooper (including a screening of his version of King Kong). I'm most upset to be missing "Sacred Monsters", a Peter Bogdanovich program to be presented by the filmmaker/Turner Classic Movies spokesman himself.
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