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Knives Out, Marriage Story, Ford v. Ferrari & More Coming To Scottsdale International Film Festival

The Scottsdale International Film Festival, (SIFF) an annual 10-day event that connects audiences with award-winning cinema from around the globe, has officially announced its 2019 film lineup. Filled with a curated collection of award-winning films featuring star-studded cast members, the 2019 programming is set to feature its finest slate of films to date.

SIFF is set to kick off opening night with Noah Baumbach’s film “Marriage Story” starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson on Friday, November 1 at 7 p.m. at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Running through Sunday, November 10, SIFF will also feature Shia LaBeouf’s “Honey Boy”, Sundance award-winning film “Waves”, “Clemency” showcasing Alfre Woodard, Cannes award-winning film “Portrait of a Lady On Fire”, the witty crime-drama “Knives Out” and the comedy-drama “The Two Popes” starring Anthony Hopkins and Jonathon Pryce.

“The Scottsdale International Film Festival programming team has scoured the world’s most prestigious film festivals to uncover some of today’s most compelling and dynamic films to add to the 2019 roster,” said SIFF Executive Director, Amy Ettinger. “We are overjoyed to have cultivated such a captivating lineup and are honored to share our findings with the film community in Arizona.”

Following opening night, SIFF will move to Harkins Shea 14 from November 2 through November 3 and add a third location at the Harkins Camelview at Fashion Square from November 4 through November 7. SIFF returns to Harkins Shea 14 on November 8, for the remainder of its film screenings. The final evening of the festival is set to feature the highly-anticipated American biographical drama “Ford v. Ferrari” starring Academy Award-winners Matt Damon and Christian Bale.

To learn more about the Scottsdale International Film Festival, featured screenings, special guests and ticket information, please visit ScottsdaleFilmFestival.com.

About the Scottsdale International Film Festival
Founded in 2001, Scottsdale International Film Festival is an annual 10-day destination event which celebrates humanity by sharing stories from diverse world filmmakers with admirers of domestic and foreign cinema in our community, sparking conversations that inform, educate and resonate with viewers. During its 19-year history, the Festival has presented more than 700 films – ranging from major Academy Award winners to undiscovered indie gems – to more than 100,000 attendees. For more information, please visit www.scottsdalefilmfestival.com. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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