The Magnolia Film Fest – trailers

19 Feb

The Magnolia Film Festival kicks off tonight in Starkville.

Click “keep reading” for trailers and more!

Here’s the program. BOLD entries are Mississippi filmmakers.

Thursday, 7 p.m.
“Faithful Departed,” directed by Daniel Lee
“The Farm Team,” directed by Scott Balzer (U.S. premiere)
“Dust to Dust: From the Blackest Dawn Chronicles,” directed by Johnson Thomasson
“Cross-Eyed Dinner Theater Presents!” directed by Eric J. Naughton (world premiere)
“(Un)Wanted,” directed by Michael Williams
(15 minute break)
“Chasing the White Dragon,” Kat Phillips (filmed in Tupelo)

11 p.m. – world premiere of “Yesterday,” at the State Theatre

Friday 7 p.m.
“The Shovel,” directed by Stephen Lehman (world premiere)
“La Tuerca,” directed by Azul Melissa Martinez
“Lucy James part 1,” directed by Alexander Carson (regional premiere)
“Porque hay cosas que nunca se olvidan,” directed by Lucas Figueroa (regional premiere)
“What Happened?” directed by April Wren
(15 minute break)
“Invisible Girlfriend,” directed by Ashley Sabin and David Redmon

Saturday 2:30 p.m.
“Most Changed,” directed by Chuck McIntosh
“Alone with Goldfish,” directed by Brock Hanson (world premiere)

“Muto,” directed by Blu
“Una Vida Mejor: For a Better Life,” directed by Luis Fernandez Reneo
“Four Minutes on an Abanonded Bridge,” directed by Todd Tinkham
(15 minute break)
“Desire,” directed by Julie Gustafson

Saturday 7 p.m.
“Boy with the Wet Thumbs,” directed by Nic Beery
“Made in Japan,” directed by Ciro Altabas
“Rifle Wookbook,” directed by C.K. Lichenstein II
“Golgota,” directed by Roman Rubert Bernat
“It Is Terrible,” directed by Sean Gillane
“Western Spaghetti,” directed by PES
(15 minute break)
“Make-Out with Violence,” directed by The Deagol Brothers
Click on “keep reading” to see trailers for some of the films that will be featured.

Here are some trailers:

“Make-Out with Violence” trailer:

“Una Vida Mejor” trailer:

“The Farm Team” trailer:

“Cross-Eyed Dinner Theater Presents!” trailer:

And finally, click here for the trailer for “Yesterday,” the zombie movie that will be screened at the State Theatre. WARNING: Adult language, nsfw.

2 Responses to “The Magnolia Film Fest – trailers”

  1. Brent February 20, 2009 at 7:56 pm #

    Was the zombie movie “Yesterday” well received?

  2. Movietrailers9 February 25, 2009 at 6:33 pm #

    Check Out My Movie Trailers on Youtube!

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