JASON MOMOA’S LAST MANHUNT WORLD PREMIERE

By Lisa Lynn Morgan

The inaugural festival, presented by Fistful of Bourbon and The Autry Museum Of The American West, will be held on 27-29 May 2022, in Pioneertown, CA, at the original studios built by Roy Rogers & Gene Autry in the 1940s as an Old West movie set, repurposed for the occasion.

Pioneertown International Film Festival will be a 3-day immersion experience celebrating the Western genre, independent cinema, and the American culture of the west, with themed film screenings, masterclasses, live music, and screenings under the stars that will transport you to the heart of the American frontier.

The program will include International Premieres, Short Film Programs, Exclusive Panels and Events, a Paramount Restored Classics series, Anniversary screenings, and Special Presentations of classics such as From Dusk Till Dawn, Heartworn Highways and Heartworn Highways Revisited, the “30ish” Anniversary screening of Western animated classic An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, a Special Presentation of the Acid Westerns of Jack Nicholson and Monte Hellman, presented by their respective daughters, a screening of Amigo The Devil: Caving In featuring the “murder folk” baladeer directed by COURTNEY GAUGER, a special program of Stupid F*cking White Man: The Indigenous Image in Westerns curated by programmer and filmmaker ADAM PIRON (Kiowa/ Mohawk), Director of the Sundance Indigenous Program, and joined by filmmaker and one of the directors of FX’s Reservation Dogs series BLACKHORSE LOWE (Navajo Nation) as they discuss the legacy of Jim Jarmusch’s Western Dead Man, and many more.

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The closing night will feature a special screening of Alexandre O. Philippe’s western documentary, The Taking, and a live performance by The Sons of the Pioneers that will conclude the 3-day festival.

Tickets and program available at pioneertownfilmfest.com

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