Magazine article Screen International

Rome Film Festival Unveils Line-Up

Magazine article Screen International

Rome Film Festival Unveils Line-Up

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Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Seventh Code and Takashi Miike's The Mole Song added to the competition titles.

The Rome Film Festival has revealed its line-up of features, including 12 world premieres among 18 competition titles.

The festival, which runs from Nov 8-17, will include 71 features in the official selection as well 11 medium-length films and 19 shorts.

A total of 1,542 features and 1,078 short films were submitted from 76 countries, according to the festival.

The competition ('Concorso') films include:

WP = World PremiereIP = International PremiereItP = Italian Premiere

Another Me, Isabel Coixet (Spain-UK) WP

I Am Not Him, Tayfun Pirselimoglu (Tur-Fra-Gre-Ger) WP

Foreign Bodies, Mirko Locatelli (Italy) WP

Dallas Buyers Club, Jean-Marc Vallée (US) ItP

Sheep's Clothing, Paulo Morelli (Brazil) IP

Acrid, Kiarash Asadizadeh (Iran) WP

Her, Spike Jonze (US) IP

Blue Sky Bones, Jian Cui (China) WP

Manto Acuífero, Michael Rowe (Mexico) IP

The Mole Song, Takashi Miike (Japan) WP

Out Of The Furnace, Scott Cooper (US-UK) IP

Quod Erat Demonstrandum, Andrei Gruzsniczki (Romania) WP

Seventh Code, Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Japan) WP

Sorrow And Joy, Nils Malmros (Denmark) WP

Take Five, Guido Lombardi (Italy) WP

Tir, Alberto Fasulo (Croatia, Italy) WP

The Invisible Life, Vítor Gonçalves (Portugal) WP

Cut Down Kite, Diego Ayala, Anibal Jofré (Chile) IP

As previously announced, Giovanni Veronesi's comedy The Fifth Wheel will open the festival on Nov 8. …

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