Most of the fest's program consisted of films that have already been released, from the new-ish like Scoop, Little Miss Sunshine, The Squid and the Whale (with Jeff Daniels in attendance) and Wordplay, to oldies like A Clockwork Orange (with Malcolm McDowell), Full Metal Jacket (with Matthew Modine), Amadeus, Spartacus and Three Kings and Flirting with Disaster (with director David O. Russell). Also on the program were This Film is Not Yet Rated, which isn't released until next month, and smaller, festival-friendly films like Pittsburgh and I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With. Wow -- most big-city, big-name festivals would kill for that lineup.
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