Sundance 2011: First Images from SEPTIEN and THE WOMAN

     January 3, 2011

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With the Sundance 2011 only weeks away, we’ve been bringing you the first images from films that will premiere at the prestigious film festival. Today we have images from two films that will be featured as part of the Park City at Midnight program: Septien and The Woman. Septien revolves around a reclusive sports hunter returning home to his eccentric family. The Woman tells the story of a country lawyer’s attempt to capture and “civilize” the last remaining member of a violent clan.

Hit the jump to check out the images along with a brief synopsis for each film.  The 2011 Sundance Film Festival runs from January 20 – 30th.

SEPTIEN

(Director: Michael Tully) — A reclusive sports hustler returns home to his family farm after years of absence to reunite with his two eccentric, unhinged and emotionally damaged brothers. Cast: Robert Longstreet, Onur Tukel, Michael Tully, Rachel Korine, Mark Robinson, John Maringouin. World Premiere

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THE WOMAN

(Director: Lucky McKee; Screenwriters: Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee) — When a successful country lawyer captures and attempts to “civilize” the last remaining member of a violent clan that has roamed the Northeast coast for decades, he puts the lives of his family in jeopardy. Cast: Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers, Angela Bettis, Lauren Ashley Carter, Zach Rand. World Premiere

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And here are links to the first images from other films playing at Sundance:

  • Another Earth (starring William Mapother, Brit Marling, and Jordan Baker)
  • Becoming Chaz (directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato)
  • Benavides Born (starring Corina Calderon, Jeremy Ray Valdez, and Joseph Julian Soria)
  • Cedar Rapids (starring John C. Reilly, Ed Helms, and Sigourney Weaver)
  • Circumstance (starring Nikohl Boosheri, Sarah Kazemy, and Reza Sixo Safai)
  • Codependent Lesbian Space Alien Seeks Same (starring Lisa Haas, Susan Ziegler and Jackie Monahan)
  • The Convincer (starring Greg Kinnear, Billy Crudup, and Alan Arkin)
  • Corman’s World (directed by Alex Stapleton)
  • The Details (starring Tobey Maguire, Elizabeth Banks, and Laura Linney)
  • The Devil’s Double (starring Dominic Cooper, Ludivine Sagnier, and Mimoun Oaissa)
  • The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (directed by Morgan Spurlock)
  • HERE (starring Ben Foster, Lubna Azabal and Narek Nersisyan)
  • Higher Ground (starring Vera Farmiga, John Hawkes, and Dagmara Dominczyk)
  • Hobo with a Shotgun (starring Rutger Hauer, Molly Dunsworth, and Gregory Smith)
  • Homework (starring Freddie Highmore, Emma Roberts, and Michael Angarano)
  • I Melt With You (starring Rob Lowe, Thomas Jane, and Jeremy Piven)
  • The Interrupters (directed by Steve James)
  • The Ledge (starring Charlie Hunnam, Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson, Terrence Howard, Christopher Gorham)
  • Life in a Day (directed by Kevin Macdonald, produced by Ridley Scott)
  • Like Crazy (starring Anton Yelchin, Felicity Jones, Jennifer Lawrence, Charlie Bewley, Alex Kingston)
  • Little Birds (starring Juno Temple, Kay Panabaker, Leslie Mann, Kate Bosworth, and Kyle Gallner)
  • Margin Call (starring Kevin Spacey, Zachary Quinto, and Paul Bettany)
  • Martha Marcy May Marlene (starring Elizabeth Olsen, Hugh Dancy, and John Hawkes)
  • The Music Never Stopped (starring J.K. Simmons, Julia Ormond, and Cara Seymour)
  • My Idiot Brother (starring Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, and Zooey Deschanel)
  • On The Ice (starring Josiah Patkotak, Frank Qutuq Irelan, Teddy Kyle Smith, Adamina Kerr, and Sierra Jade Sampson)
  • Pariah (starring Adepero Oduye, Pernell Walker and Kim Wayans)
  • Perfect Sense (starring Ewan McGregor, Eva Green, and Ewen Bremner)
  • Reagan (directed by Eugene Jarecki)
  • Red State (directed by Kevin Smith; Starring Michael Parks, John Goodman, and Melissa Leo)
  • Salvation Boulevard (starring Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Connelly, and Ed Harris)
  • Take Shelter (starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain)
  • The Son of No One (starring Channing Tatum, Al Pacino, and Juliette Binoche)
  • Terri (starring Jacob Wysocki, John C. Reilly, and Creed Bratton)
  • Troll Hunters (starring Otto Jespersen, Glenn Erland Tosterud, and Hans Morten Hansen)
  • Win Win (starring Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, and Jeffrey Tambor)
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