FESTIVALS: The 17th T-Mobile New Horizons Announces Lineup

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WROCŁAW: The 17th T-Mobile New Horizons International Film Festival has revealed its lineup with twelve titles. A total of 200 feature films from over 50 countries, including four world premieres and 138 Polish premieres, will be screened from 3 to 13 August 2017.

François Ozon's Double Lover will open the festival, while Robin Campillo's 120 Beats per Minute will close it.

Other highlights of the 17th edition are the Jacques Rivette and Fred Kelemen retrospectives, a focus on New Israeli Cinema, as well as Hong Sang-soo X 4. As usual, the festival will also screen Polish premieres, discoveries and hits from world festivals, as well as classic films and kids films.


The Heart of Love (Poland)
Directed by Lukasz Ronduda
Produced by Serce

The Birds Are Singing in Kigali (Poland)
Directed by Joanna Kos-Krauze and Krzysztof Krauze
Produced by KosFilm

Strange But True (Mexico)
Directed by Michel Lipkes

Everything Else (Mexico)
Directed by Natalia Almada

Makala (France)
Directed by Emmanuel Gras

Menashe (USA)
Directed by Joshua Z. Weinstein

All the Cities of the North by Dane KomljenWestern (Germany Bulgaria, Austria)
Directed by Valeska Grisebach
Produced by Komplizen Film Production
Coproduced by Chouchkov Brothers, Coop99, KNM, ZDF-Das Kleine Fernsehspiel, Arte

Winter Brothers (Denmark)
Directed by Hlynur Pálmason

All the Cities of the North (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro)
Directed by Dane Komliden
Produced by Dart Film & Video, SCCA/pr.ba
Coproduced by Code Blue, VizArt
Supported by Film Center Serbia, the Hubert Bals Fund, the Sarajevo Film Fund, the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro’s Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Le Fresnoy

3 Women or (Waking Up From My Bosnian Dream) (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Mexico)
Directed by Sergio Flores Thoriji
Produced by Film.factory
Coproduced by Mexican Koi, Bighouse Cinema

Photon (Poland)
Directed by Norman Leto
Produced by Lightcraft

The Impossible Picture (Germany, Austria)
Directed by Sandra Wollner