The Calgary Underground Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its 14th annual edition, and it's a doozy.
The event, which runs from April 17 to 23 at the Globe Cinema, will boast 28 feature films and two shorts packages along with the famous Saturday morning cartoon and cereal party.
There are plenty of recent festival favourites playing the fest, from The Little Hours (with director Jeff Baena and star Aubrey Plaza in attendance) as well as Nacho Vigalondo's Colossal, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire and Zoe Lister-Jones' Band Aid.
In a distinctly Calgary decision, the fest will boast a special 15-year anniversary screening of Fubar. There's also a free screening of Bruce McDonald's Pontypool to coincide with National Canadian Film Day.
Here's the full lineup of feature films playing the fest:
78/52 (directed by Alexandre O. Philippe), Alipato: The Very Brief Life of an Ember (directed by Khavn), Are We Not Cats (directed by Xander Robin), Assholes (directed by Peter Vack), Band Aid (directed by Zoe Lister-Jones), Berlin Syndrome (directed by Cate Shortland), Blood Mountain (directed by Jason Wan Lim), Colossal (directed by Nacho Vigalondo), A Dark Song (directed by Liam Gavin), Dave Made a Maze (directed by Bill Watterson), David Lynch: The Art Life (directed by Jon Nguyen), Free Fire (directed by Ben Wheatley), Fubar (directed by Michael Dowse), G Funk (directed by Karam Gill), Goran (directed by Nevio Marasovic), Hounds of Love (directed by Ben Young), Lake Bodom (directed by Taneli Mustonen), The Little Hours (directed by Jeff Baena), Lost Solace (directed by Chris Scheuerman), Love and Saucers (directed by Brad Abrahams), My Entire High School Is Sinking Into the Sea (directed by Dash Shaw), People That Are Not Me (directed by Hadas Ben Aroya), Pontypool (directed by Bruce McDonald), Some Freaks (directed by Ian MacAllister-McDonald), The Space Between (directed by Amy Jo Johnson), Tony Conrad: Completely in the Present (directed by Tyler Hubby), The Untamed (directed by Amat Escalante) and the Untold Tales of Armistead Mapin (directed by Jennifer Kroot).
For more information on CUFF, including tickets, go here.