WROCLAW: Twelve titles will screen in the International Competition of the 2018 New Horizons International Film Festival, taking place in Wrocław from 26 July to 5 August 2018.
A total of 225 long films will be screened during the 11 days of the festival. "Cinema goes OUT" is this year's festival slogan.
Nadine Labaki’s Capharnaum will be the opening film, while Happy As Lazzaro by Alice Rohrwacher will close the festival. The programme also includes retrospectives of João César Monteiro, Pedro Costa and Nicolas Roeg, and it will celebrate 100 years since the birth of Ingmar Bergman.
An Elephant Sitting Still (China)Directed by Hu Bo
Cocote (Dominican Republic, Argentina, Germany)Directed by Nelson Carlo de Los Santos Arias
Fugue (Poland, Czech Republic, Sweden)Directed by Agnieszka SmoczyńskaProduced by MD4, Axman Production, Common Ground PicturesCoproduced by Odra-Film, Mazowiecki i Warszawski Fundusz Filmowy, Magic Lab, Film i VästSupported by the Polish Film Institute, the Czech Film Center
Holiday (Denmark, Netherlands, Sweden)Directed by Isabella Eklöf
The Wild Boys (France)Directed by Bertrand Mandico
Milla (France, Portugal)Directed by Valérie Massadian
My Friend the Polish Girl (Poland, UK)Directed by Ewa Banaszkiewicz, Mateusz DymekProduced by Warsaw Pact FilmsCoproduced by PS FilmsSupported by the Polish Film Institute
The Bed (Argentina, Brazil, Netherlands, Germany)Directed by Mónica Lairana
The Dead and the Others (Portugal)Directed by João Salaviza, Renée Nader Messora
The Load (Serbia, France, Croatia, Iran, Qatar)Directed by Ognjen GlavonićProduced by Non-Aligned FilmsCoproduced by Cinéma Defacto, Kinorama,Three Gardens FilmSupported by Aide aux cinémas du monde — CNC, Eurimages, the Croatian Audiovisual Centre, Visions Sud Est, Film Center Serbia, Hubert Bals Fund, Doha Film Institute, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina
The Return (Denmark)Directed by Malene Choi Jensen
We the Animals (USA)Directed by Jeremiah Zagar
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