The lineup for Saturday, July 21 at the Stony Brook Film Festival:
Guilty (102 minutes) – in French with subtitles
Alain Marécaux, his wife, and 12 other people stand accused of heinous acts of pedophilia they never committed. Based on a true story that broke in 2001, Marécaux and the others were subjected to a cruel and unfair judicial system that wreaked havoc on their lives and families.
Shanghai Calling (100 minutes) – Spotlight Showcase film
An up-and-coming Manhattan attorney who has ignored his Asian heritage is sent to China to open the law firm's satellite office. A romantic comedy that crosses cultures and pits corporate law against the surprises of modern China. Director Daniel Hsia, actors Eliza Coupe and Zhu Zhu, and producer Janet Yang are expected to be in attendance.
The Glowing Hours (22 minutes)
A young girl searches for her mother's love and recalls a promise she made as she travels through her past memories.
Shuffle (82 minutes)
Imagine waking up each day at a different age – an altogether different point in your life – and searching for clues as to why it's happening. Part mystery and part fantasy, Shuffle features Bones co-star TJ Thyne.