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lady (delectable Essex-girl Lisa) into his life, but he doesn’t bank on her vile boyfriend Denny or con- artists Simon and Ray stealing a two million quid nest egg from the boot of his car. Gray 3


THE FIFTH EXECUTION (Russia) Action/ adventure, 110mins. VMI-Vantage Media International/Vision Music Inc. Dir: Aleksandr Yakimchuk, Elena Kovaleva. Key cast: Michael Madsen, Rutger Hauer. Palais D


LATE BLOSSOM (South Korea) Drama, 118mins. 9Ers Entertainment. Dir: Choo Chang-Min. Key cast: Lee Soon-Jae, Yoon So-Jung, Song Jae-Ho. Man-seok is a cranky old man with a short fuse and foul mouth. He meets Song, a darling elderly woman with a warm smile. As the two spend more and more time together, Man-seok begins the kind of love which makes him smile from ear to ear just at the thought of the dear old lady. Riviera 4


LONG DISTANCE (Cuba) Drama, 93mins. Icaic — Productora Internacional. Dir: Esteban Insausti. Key cast: Alexis Diaz, Lyn Cruz, Tomas Alejandro Cao. Four friends have made a pact never to split up… until the difficult ’90s in Cuba arrive… Ana will be 35 years old and has just discovered she has no friends to invite to her party, so she decides to make them up in her mind. Palais F


MY LAST DAY WITHOUT YOU


(US) Drama., 90mins. Mission Pictures International. Dir: Stefan Schaefer. Key cast: Ken Duken, Nicole Beharie, Reg Cathey. On a one-day business trip to New York, a young German business executive falls in love


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WU XIA (Hong Kong) Martial Arts, 116mins. We Distribution. Dir: Peter Ho-Sun Chan. Key cast: Donnie Yen, Takeshi Kaneshiro, Wei Tang. A sinful martial arts expert wants to start a new tranquil life, only to be hunted by a determined detective and his former master. Salle Du Soixantieme


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Dir: Nanni Moretti. Key cast: Nanni Moretti, Michel Piccoli, Margherita Buy. Salle Bunuel


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FOOTNOTE (Israel) Drama, 105mins. Westend Films. Dir: Joseph Cedar. Key cast: Aba Shlomo Bar, Lior Ashkenazi. Lumiere


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with a singer-songwriter who exposes him to her Brooklyn world and emotions he’s never experienced before. Palais B


WALK AWAY RENEE (US) Documentary, 90mins. Wild Bunch. Dir: Jonathan Caouette. Key cast: Adolph Davis, Jonathan Caouette, Renee Leblanc. Miramar


LATE BLOSSOM (UK) Comedy, 86mins. Moviehouse Entertainment. Dir: Robert Young. Key cast: Brian Cox, Lauren Bacall, James Fox. Wally promised his best friend of 40 years a burial at sea. The fact that he hasn’t got the body, a boat or any money, isn’t going to stop him keeping his word. However, his adversary, Froken Reimark, administrator of the retirement community where Wally lives, has other plans for him and the deceased. Palais H


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THE BEST THINGS IN THE WORLD (Brazil) Drama, 107mins. Cinema Do Brasil. Dir: Lais Bodanzky. Key cast: Caio Blat, Denise Fraga, Fiuk. Discusses with humour and truth themes common among teenagers living in large metropolises today. Palais G


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FLYING MACHINE (Poland) 120mins. Distribution Workshop. Dir: Martin Clapp, Geoff Lindsey. Key cast: Heather Graham, Lang Lang. Star 3


FREERUNNER (US) Action/adventure, 87mins. Topanga Pictures. Dir: Lawrence Silverstein. Key cast: Sean Faris, Tamer Hassan, Danny Dyer. It’s ‘Death Race’ meets ‘Hard Target’ in this explosive action parkour thriller as a young freerunner that races from one end of the city to the other to save himself and his girlfriend. Arcades 2


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(South Korea) Thriller, 100mins. Mirovision Inc. Dir: Woon Cho. Key cast: Ryu Deok- Hwan, Park Yae-Jin, Nael Yun-Shick. Lerins 2


KLITSCHKO (Germany) Documentary, 100mins. German Films Service & Marketing. Dir: Sebastian Dehnhardt. Riviera 1


LITTLE GHOSTLY ADVENTURES OF THE TOFU BOY (Japan) Animation, 84mins. Eleven Arts, Inc. Dir: Gisaburo Sugii. Key cast: Kyoko Fukada, Tetsuya Takeda.


Long time ago in ancient Japan, human beings could still see Yokai monsters and were afraid of them. However, as time passed and civilization and enlightenment progressed, people started forgetting about them. Palais I


LOVE FOR LIFE (China) Drama, 100mins. Romance. Edko Films. Dir: Changwei Gu. Key cast: Ziyi Zhang, Aaron Kwok. De Yi and Qin Qin, two victims of AIDS, unexpectedly fall in love and risk everything to pursue a last chance at happiness. Buyers only Palais E


PAGE ONE; INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES


(US) Documentary, 90mins. Ealing Studios International. Dir: Andrew Rossi. With the Internet surpassing print as our main news source, and newspapers going bankrupt, Page One chronicles the media industry’s transformation and assesses the high stakes for democracy. Gaining unprecedented access to the inner sanctum of the New York Times newsroom, director Andrew Rossi has delivered a vital and fascinating portrait of the news and the people who make it. Palais K


THE SHRINE (US) Horror, 93mins. Indomina Media. Dir: Jon Knautz. Key cast: Aaron Ashmore, Ben Lewis, Cindy Sampson, Meghan Heffern. After a young American backpacker goes missing in Europe, a group of journalists link his disappearance to a remote village in Poland. They travel there hoping to get the story, but as they unravel the secrets behind this mysterious village, they are suddenly pursued by hostile locals. Unable to escape, they soon become the next victims of ritualistic human sacrifice. Palais C


TURN ME ON, GODDAMMIT (Norway) Comedy, 76mins. Celsius Entertainment. Dir: Jannicke Systad Jacobsen. Key cast: Helene Bergsholm, Matias Myren, Malin Bjorhovde. Alma is a small-town teen with a big imagination. Horny and looking for love, she has only her lively imagination and a kindly phone sex operator to ameliorate her frustratingly lonely and chaste life. Gray 1


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HABEMUS PAPAM (Italy) Drama, 104mins. Fandango Portobello.


17 GIRLS (17 FILLES) (France) Drama, 90mins. Films Distribution. Dir: Delphine Coulin, Muriel Coulin. Key cast: Esther Garrel, Juliette Darche, Louise Grinberg. Miramar


LIMELIGHT


(US) Documentary, 101mins. Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing. Dir: Billy Corben. The makers of the famed ‘Cocaine Cowboys’ series tell tales of the New York City night scene and ecstasy trade in the 1990s against the backdrop of the rise and fall of Peter Gatien and his notorious night clubs. Palais J


RETURN (US) Drama, 100mins. Rezo. Dir: Johnson Liza. Key cast: Linda Cardellini, Michael Shannon, John Slattery. Theatre Croisette


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THE SILENCE OF JOAN (France) Historical. drama, 92mins. Films Distribution. Dir: Philippe Ramos. Key cast: Bernard Blancan, Clemence Poesy, Jean- Francois Stevenin. Arcades 1


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BOLLYWOOD:THE GREATEST LOVE STORY EVER TOLD (India) Documentary, 81mins. UTV Software Communication. Dir: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. Lumiere


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