Official Competition: Macbeth, by Justin Kurzel (France and United Kingdom); Special Sessions Official Competition: Segon Origen, by Carles Porta (Bigas Luna's script, from Spain and United Kingdom), High-Rise, by Ben Wheatley (United Kingdom), Love 3D, by Gaspar Noé (França) and Youth, by Paolo Sorrentino; in New Visions: Ni le cel ni le terre, by Clément Cogitore (Belgium, France) and The Face of an Angel, by Michael Winterbottom (United Kingdom, Italy and Spain); Plus: The Visit, by Michael Madsen (Denmark, Finland, Austria, Ireland and Norway); Seven Chances: The Salvation, by Kristian Levring (Denmark).
In the Official Section:
“El rey de la Habana”, by Agustí Villaronga; “21 nuits avec Pattie”, by Jean-Marie & Arnaud Larrieu; “Eva no duerme”, directed by Pablo Agüero; “High-rise”, by Ben Wheatley; “Les chevaliers blancs”, by Joachim Lafosse and “Sunset Song”, directed by Terence Davies.
In the New Directors Section:
“Granny’s dancing on the table”, by Hanna Sköld, MEDIA European Talent Award to the Best Screenplay at Festival du Cannes 2011; “Jajda”, by Svetla Tsotsorkova and “Rodinny film”, directed by Olmo Omerzu.
From the Section Perlas:
In Zabaltegi Section:
In Culinary Zinema we will find “Noma, my perfect storm”, by Pierre Deschamps.
In Zinemira Section, “Walls”, by Pablo Iraburu & Migueltxo Molina.
And at last, in Horizontes Latinos Section, “El botón de nácar” by Patricio Guzmán.
At the Official Competition, there will be “Marguerite", by Xavier Giannoli (France, Czech Republic and Belgium), “A Bigger Splash", a thriller by Luca Guadagnino (France and Italy), and "L’Hermine", by Christian Vincent (France).
At the Piazza Grande section, there will be “Amnesia”, by Barbet Shroeder (Switzerland and France). “L’ombre des femmes” (In The Shadow Of Women), by Philippe Garrel (France) has been scheduled at the Cineasti del presente section.
“Vergine Giurata” (Sworn Virgin), by Laura Bispuri (Italy,Switzerland,Germany and Albania), will be screened at the Pardi di domani section.
There will be three MEDIA supported films at Histoire(s) du Cinema:“Belle Toujours”, by Manoel de Oliveira (France and Portugal), “Vincere”, by Marco Bellocchio (Italy and France), and also “L’ora di religione” (Italy).
“K2. Touching the Sky”, by Eliza Kubarska (Poland,United Kingdom and Germany) has been scheduled at Semaine de la Critique section.
And at the Panorama Suisse section, there will be “Chrieg”, de Simon Jaquemet (Suïssa).