All in all 192 films from 65 countries, including 65 premieres (seven world, five international, 20 North American and 33 Us) will screen from January 2-12.
Premieres including Some Kind Of Love (Canada), Don Quixote: The Ingenious Gentleman Of La Mancha (USA) starring James Franco and Twenty-Five Palms from Luxembourg, a documentary about the festival’s quarter-century anniversary.
Among the international premieres are: Accused (Netherlands), The Grandad (Iceland) and Arteholic (Germany), a documentary featuring Udo Kier and Lars von Trier, among others.
The Secret Screening will take place on January 6.
The New Voices/New Visions Award focuses on directors whose feature debuts are currently without Us distribution.
The selections are: Afterlife (Hungary), Director Virág Zomborácz; Chubby (Belgium), Bruno Deville; Fidelio, Alice’s Journey (France), Lucie Borleteau; Grand Street (USA), Lex Sidon; Henri Henri (Canada), Martin Talbot; Manpower (Israel), [link