Michael Moore lines up 2 films for Traverse Film Fest

MUMBAI: Two Michael Moore has lined up two films to open his sixth annual Traverse City Film Festival. They are Focus‘ The Kids Are All Right, a lesbian family dramedy and Weinstein Co.‘s Nowhere Boy that gives an inside look at John Lennon‘s childhood.

Moore had originally launched the festival to bring films that had limited distribution. This year‘s event runs from 27 July to 1 August.

Although Kids, which opened in seven theatres last weekend, will expand its reach throughout the country, Boy wouldn‘t be released till October.

Along with, the festival will pay tribute to the Beatles by screening A Hard Day‘s Night and Help! (1965).

In continuation with the theme of music, the festival will offer the documentary Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage, a chronicle of the heavy metal band; Radu ,The Concert, a film about a former conductor of the Bolshoi orchestra and the 1928 silent film The Last Command accompanied by the Alloy Orchestra.

The lineup also includes Sabina Guzzanti‘s Draquila -- Italy Trembles; Flip Remunda and Vit Kusak‘s Czech Peace; a salute to Cuban film and two 3D titles, Cane Toads: The Conquest and the concert documentary U2 3D.

Sony Pictures Classics co-head Michael Barker and Tom Bernard have been tapped as honorees.

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