Sarasota, Florida -- With over 200 films to choose from the Sarasota Film Festival has something for everyone. Here are 10 feature films that range from comedic to the totally absurd:
10. The Last of Robin Hood -- Kevin Kline plays Errol Flynn towards the end of his life, focusing on his relationship with aspiring young actress Beverly Aadland played by Dakota Fanning.
9. Hellion -- A rebellious teenager deals with the death of his mother while pushing back against his father (Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul)
8. The One I Love -- A couple, played by Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass, struggling for a romantic connection go on a relaxing weekend at a remote vacation home. The movie is described as a romantic science fiction so look for an interesting story.
7. Frank -- A movie about an avant-garde rock band whose enigmatic leader Frank, played by Michael Fassbender, always wears a giant, paper-mache head. The movie promises to portray friendship, music and the madness of collaboration.
6. Road to Paloma -- Robert Wolf, portrayed by Jason Momoa, is a Native American outlaw on the run from his past and looking to set things right. Jason Momoa, known for his role in Game of Thrones, wrote and directed this movie and will be in attendance at the Sarasota Film Festival.
5. Last Days in Vietnam -- Emmy winning producer and director Rory Kennedy's documentary about Americans who go against US policy and evacuate South Vietnam.
4. Obvious Child -- Saturday Night Live alum Jenny Slate stars as a stand-up comedian whose life is in a downward spiral until she meets an unlikely stranger, and makes a connection that ends up becoming complicated.
3. The Lucky 6 -- This film is directed by local filmmaker Brad Battersby and is the first feature from The Summer Feature Film Program -- a collaboration by the Ringling College of Art and Design and the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training. The movie is about a small startup in Sarasota that wins the lottery and must later face federal agencies when suspicions of fraud arise.
2. Dom Hemingway -- An expert safe-cracker, Jude Law in outrageous muttonchops, gets released after 12 years in prison and tries to recover what he left behind.
1. God's Pocket -- Phillip Seymour Hoffman's final film that is directed by his friend, and Mad Men alum, John Slattery. Hoffman plays a small town thief who is forced to face reality after a family tragedy.