COLD IN JULY brings Texas noir to Cannes

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Cold in July, Jim Mickle’s gripping adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale’s classic Texas noir, is one of the featured films at the Cannes’ Director Fortnight.

The 19 features that will make up what looks like a particularly strong Directors’ Fortnight sidebar at the Cannes Film Festival were revealed this morning in Paris with a hefty dose of genre in the mix.

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Jim Mickle‘s Sundance pic Cold In July with Michael C. Hall as a small town Texas man who kills a home intruder and finds his life unraveling into a dark underworld of corruption and violence. This is the second year in a row that Mickle is appearing in the Fortnight following a bow in Sundance.

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