Coach of the Year
Coach of the Year

The 2016 SOHO International Film Festival #SOHO7 announced it lineup of films to screen at Village East Cinemas (189 2nd Avenue on 12th Street) from June 9 to 16, 2016, including opening night film, Coach of the Year, directed by David Stott.

With nearly a hundred selections in this year’s festival, notable films in Exhibition include “South 32” from Jake Barsha starring Melissa Archer (One Life to Live, Youthful Daze) and Mollee Gray as well as “79 Parts” from Ari Taub starring Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight, The Expendables, Inherent Vice) and “Intersection” from Tim Frech starring Hoyt Richards (Six Days Seven Nights, CSI: Miami) and Tony Longo (Mulholland Drive, Eraser) plus many more.

Some of this year’s Award-winning Documentaries are “Happy Lucky Golden Tofu Panda Dragon Good Time Fun Fun Show” by SOHO Alumni Carrie Preston (“True Blood”, “Crowded”) along with “The Dwavernaut” by director Josh Bishop; “Legends of Freestyle” from Steve Stanulis starring Lisa Velez (Kiss of Death, Gladiator) and “Translacion: The March to the Altar of Uncertainty” from director Will Fredo.

Features in competition also include this year’s record number of premieres like Shamim Sarif’s “Despite The Falling Snow” (UK) starring Rebecca Ferguson, Charles Dance, Antje Traue and Oliver Jackson-Cohen; World Premiere for the short film “The Last Hunt” (US) by Matthew Daddario (“Shadowhunters”, “Cabin Fever”) Brock Harris (“Major Crimes”, “Sam”); World Premiere of “The Hollow” (US) starring William Sadler, David Warshofsky, William Forsythe and director Miles Doleac; International Premiere of “Esoterika: Maynila” (PH) by iconic Filipino Director Elwood Perez.

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