Traverse City Film Fest 2016: 5 Can't Miss Picks

Editor, Festivals; Los Angeles, California (@RylandAldrich)

Northern Michigan's Traverse City Film Festival was founded in 2005 by documentarian Michael Moore with the mission to bring "just great movies" to his hometown. With a board of directors that includes Larry Charles, Jeff Daniels, Tom Morello, and numerous other notable filmmakers and celebs, the festival has become a summer refuge for both veteran and up-and-coming directors alike. This year's 12th annual festival promises another rich program of narrative and documentaries from across the festival circuit. We've chosen just a few to check out if you find yourself in the area over the festival dates Tuesday, July 26 to Sunday, July 31.

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Hell or High Water
Making its debut at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, David Mackenzie's (Starred Up) latest is a good ol' fashioned outlaw Western with one of the most classic Jeff Bridges-as-lawman performances of his career. Ben Foster and Chris Pine also turn in solid turns.

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