The Delightfully Queer Lineup At The 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival

Pack your bags, the 2014 Provincetown International Film Festival (PIFF) kicks off June 18 with stellar programming and plenty of parties. Unofficially queer (but still gay as, well, a weekend in P-town), the festival lineup includes a vast array of LGBT-themed films, several of which also screened at this year's Cannes, Sundance and SXSW film festivals.

Following the opening night screening of her latest film, "Last Weekend," directed by Tom Dolby and Tom Williams, Academy Award nominee Patricia Clarkson will receive the 2014 Excellence in Acting Award. A special ceremony on Saturday, June 21, at Provincetown Town Hall will honor three-time Academy Award nominee Debra Winger, the recipient of the Faith Hubley Memorial Achievement Award; John Waters, PIFF's resident artist, will present director David Cronenberg ("A History of Violence," "Eastern Promises") with the Filmmaker on the Edge Award at the event.

Representing a diverse cross-section of filmography, PIFF's 2014 lineup of queer-themed programming:

Documentary Features
"An Honest Liar" -- directed by Justin Weinstein & Tyler Measom

"Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank" -- directed by Sheila Canavan & Michael Chandler

"Mala Mala" -- directed by Antonio Santini & Dan Sickles

"Sharon Isbin: Troubadour" -- directed by Susie Dangel

"The Case Against 8" -- directed by Ben Cotner & Ryan White

"The Dog" -- directed by Allison Berg & Frank Keraudren

"The Last One" -- directed by Nadine Licostie

Narrative Features
"52 Tuesdays" -- directed by Sophie Hyde

"A Reunion" -- directed by Hernando Bansuelo

"Appropriate Behavior" -- directed by Desiree Akhaven

"Drunktown's Finest" -- directed by Sydney Freeland

"Last Weekend" -- directed by Tom Dolby & Tom Williams

"Love is Strange" -- directed by Ira Sachs

"The Way He Looks" -- directed by Daniel Ribeiro

"Dragula" -- directed by Frank Meli

"Families Are Forever" -- directed by Vivian Kleiman

"God I Hope I Get It" -- directed by Leonora Pitts

"Good Morning" -- directed by Peter Knegt & Stephen Dunn

"Hector: Lost Souls with Switchblades" -- directed by Jeff Compton

"In My Skin" -- directed by Alejandro Rodriguez

"Last Farewell" -- directed by Casper Andreas

"Lavender Hill: A Love Story" -- directed by Austin Bunn

"Living in the Overlap" -- directed by Mary M. Dalton & Cindy Hill

"Paper Wrap Fire" -- directed by Raymond Yeung

"Safe Word" -- directed by Todd Lillethun

"Trevor" -- directed by Peggy Rajski

"Unconditional" -- directed by Rhonda Chan Soo, Kelly McKenna & Hanna Teachey

Not-To-Be-Missed Non-Queer Features
"A Master Builder" -- directed by Jonathan Demme

"Art and Craft" -- directed by Sam Cullman & Jen Grausman

"Fort Tilden" -- directed by Sarah Violet-Bliss & Charles Rogers

"Obvious Child" -- directed by Gillian Robespierre

"The Overnighters" -- directed by Jesse Moss

"Venus in Fur" -- directed by Roman Polanski

"Videodrome" & "The Fly" -- directed by David Cronenberg



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