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Wannabe adventurer Tad races to find a lost city in this spectacular 3D comedy that will have you travel from the Amazonian jungle to the mountain peaks of the Andes. Palais K


TALKING TO THE TREES (Italy) 90mins. 7 & 7 Producers’ Sales Service. Dir: Ilaria Borrelli, Guido Freddi. Key cast: Ilaria Borrelli, Philippe Caroit, Setha Moniroth. Mia a beautiful and successful Paris-based photographer, bored by her bourgeois existence, flies out to Cambodia to surprise her timber trader husband Xavier in order for them to create the baby she longs for. On arrival, Mia misses Xavier at the hotel. Seeing him being driven down the road, she quickly follows. But her hopes for a romantic welcome are dashed when she finds herself in a seedy part of town and spies her husband in a brothel having sex with an 11-year-old girl, Srey. Palais E


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ALL IS SILENCE (Spain) 120mins. Latido. Dir: Jose Luis Cuerda. Key cast: Axel Fernandez, Carolina Cao, Celia Freijeiro. Fins and Brinco were best friends when teenagers. Twenty years later they meet again — one is a police officer and the other is a drug dealer. Leda has always been between them. Palais H


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28 HOTEL ROOMS (US) 82mins. Elle Driver. Dir: Matt Ross. Key cast: Chris Messina, Marin Ireland. While traveling for work in a city far from their homes, a novelist and a corporate accountant find themselves in bed together. Although she’s married, and he’s seeing someone, their intense attraction turns a one night stand into an unexpected relationship and a respite from the obligations of daily life. Palais J


6 PLOTS (Australia) 95mins. High Point Media Group. Dir: Leigh Sheehan. Key cast: Alice Darling, Andrew Clarke, Ryan Corr. High school student Bree must race against the clock to solve a deadly puzzle and rescue her six friends, trapped alive in coffins by a killer who taunts them from behind an evil emoticon mask. Gray 2


CAMPUS MOVIEFEST SHORTS (US) 100mins. Campus Moviefest. Palais F


DEAD BEFORE DAWN 3D (Canada) 88mins. VMI-Vantage Media International/Vision Music. Dir: April Mullen. Arcades 3


DESERT AMBUSH (France) 90mins. Film And Picture. Dir: Fred Garson. Key cast: Laurent Lucas, Natacha Regnier, Danie Martin, Stephan Wojtowicz, Patrick Descamps. Northern Nigeria. Two French scientists working


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The 39th Ghent International Film Festival will once again include the widest possible selection of fi lms from all over the world, mainly focusing on fi ction fi lms (feature length) and, to a lesser extent, to Belgian shorts, documentary (mainly fi lm- or music-linked themes) and animated pictures.


Want to submit a fi lm for the festival’s 39th edition (9-20 October 2012) programme? Please fi ll out the online entry form (www.fi lmfestival.be/ productinfo.cgi) and send a screener (multi-region DVD) along with a pressbook to Wim De Witte. Deadline for applications is August 1st, 2012.


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THE LAST ELVIS (Argentina) 90mins. Filmsharks International. Dir: Armando Bo. Key cast: John McInerny, Griselda Siciliani, Margarita Lopez. In the unique world of the Buenos Aires celebrity-impersonator scene, ‘Elvis’ Gutierrez is a star. By day, though, he must contend with a dead-end factory


job and an ex-wife who worries about how his obsessive behaviour affects their young daughter, Lisa Marie. Feeling more connected to his persona as the King than to his own family, Gutierrez retreats from reality until a tragic accident interrupts his plans and forces him to grapple with his real-world responsibilities. Gray 5


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Ghent International Film Festival, Leeuwstraat 40b, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium tel +32(0)9 242 80 60 - fax +32(0)9 221 90 74 - info@fi lmfestival.be www.fi lmfestival.be - www.worldsoundtrackacademy.com


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