There will be 21 MEDIA-supported titles screening at this year's BFI London Film Festival with a spread of European territories reflected in the list.
One MEDIA-supported title has been selected to screen in the Official Competition: Phoenix (Germany), by Christian Petzold.
Four of these titles have been selected for Gala screenings at the festival: Song of the Sea (Ireland) by Tomm Moore, Mr. Turner (UK) by Mike Leigh, The Salvation (Denmark) by Kristian Levring and A Little Chaos (UK) by Alan Rickman.
Films in the programme are grouped into the following strands:
Cult: Cub (Belgium) by Jonas Govaerts and When Animals Dream (Denmark) by Jonas Alexander Arnby.
Dare: Bypass (UK) by Duane Hopkins and Goodbye to Language (France) by Jean-Luc Godard.
Family: Moomins on the Riviera (Finland) by Xavier Picard and Robot Overlords (UK) by Jon Wright.
Journey: Electricity (UK) by Bryn Higgins, Far From Men (France) by David Oelhoffen, The Cut (Germany) by Fatih Akin and The Wonders (Italy) by Alice Rohrwacher.
Laugh: 1001 Grams (Norway) by Bent Hamer, If You Don't, I Will (France) by Sophie Fillières and Queen and Country (UK) by John Boorman.
Love: 10,000 KM (Spain) by Carlos Marques-Marcet and Viktoria (Bulgaria) by Maya Vitkov.
Thriller: El niño (Spain) by Daniel Monzón.