"I can't believe it mate, you see a guy like Jordan, we played together the other day at the Nines and he's tweeting: ' Oh my god, I got to play at the Nines with Benji Marshall', which is like, 'who gives a s***, really'.
Humbling and potentially awkward, with left centre being one position identified as a good fit for the veteran recruit.
Three projects announced today are part of The New Climate, the Festival’s new environmental program: (Special Events). (Director: Maya Forbes, Screenwriters: Maya Forbes, Wally Wolodarsky) — Based on the remarkable true story of the world's only known Polka Ponzi scheme, this mix of comedy and tragedy is about Jan Lewan, a polish immigrant who believed in the American Dream. (Director and screenwriter: Danny Strong) — This portrait of the life and mind of reclusive author J. Salinger goes from the bloody front lines of World War II to his early rejections and the PTSD-fueled writer's block that led to his iconic novel, / U. A., Canada (Director: Mark Palansky, Screenwriters: Michael Vukadinovich, Mark Palansky) — A visionary inventor found dead. Continuing Sundance Institute’s ongoing commitment to presenting bold stories from within the Native American and Indigenous communities, we are proud to debut three episodes: / U. Together they seek justice while navigating the ensuing media attention and public unrest threatening the divided town. Glasser, Nick Sandow, Julia Willoughby Nason, Michael Gasparro) — After his arrest at age 16, Kalief Browder fought the system and prevailed, despite unthinkable circumstances. The Festival will debut the first two episodes of this in-depth, humanizing look at a broken justice system, followed by an extended Q&A.
"We should have won against PNG - we would've beaten them 24-22 if we got our conversions but we missed them all." The 198cm, 104kg giant, who only turned 21 yesterday, will mark former PNG Hunters' centre Thompson Teteh.
From citizen journalists to robust and powerful roles for women — in front of and behind the camera — these projects are a testament to the force and value of the individual.” Among the films that have premiered in these sections in recent years are . (Director: Michael Showalter, Screenwriters: Emily V. Gordon, Kumail Nanjiani) — Based on the real-life courtship: Pakistan-born comedian Kumail and grad student Emily fall in love, but they struggle as their cultures clash. (Director: Charlie Mc Dowell, Screenwriters: Charlie Mc Dowell, Justin Lader) — In a world where the afterlife has just been scientifically proven—resulting in millions of people taking their own lives to get there—comes this love story. An homage to the twentieth century’s most impassioned artistic statements and innovators, from Futurists and Dadaists to Pop Art, Fluxus, Lars von Trier and Jim Jarmusch, this series of reenactments performed by Cate Blanchett explores these declarations’ performative components and political significance. 2017 Festival sponsors to date include: Presenting Sponsors – Acura, Sundance TV, Chase Sapphire®, and Canada Goose; Leadership Sponsors – Adobe, AT&T, DIRECTV, and You Tube; Sustaining Sponsors – American Airlines, Canon U. A., Inc., Francis Ford Coppola Winery, GEICO, Google VR, , IMDb, Jaunt, Kickstarter, Omnicom, Stella Artois® and the University of Utah Health.
For a full list of films announced to date, including selections for the U. and World Competitions, NEXT and New Frontier, visit sundance.org/festival. (Director: Miguel Arteta, Screenwriter: Mike White) — Beatriz, an immigrant from a poor town in Mexico, has drawn on her innate kindness to build a career as a health practitioner. (Director: Ry Russo-Young, Screenwriter: Maria Maggenti) — Samantha Kingston has everything. After one fateful night, she wakes up with no future at all. When Emily contracts a mysterious illness, Kumail must navigate the crisis with her parents and the emotional tug-of-war between his family and his heart. Sundance Institute recognizes critical support from the Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development, and the State of Utah as Festival Host State.
Marshall did not play in Brisbane's heartbreaking 21-20 golden-point loss against the North Queensland Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night.
Smith isn't phased if Marshall plays in Rockhampton or not, but said it would be a thrill if he did.