The Montreal World Film Festival announced its full slate of 432 films from around the globe on Tuesday, including 113 world or international feature preems. From the U.S. "The Red Robin" by Michael Z. Wechsler competes in the World section while Adam Rodgers' "At Middleton" will unspool in the First World competition and Sam Fleischner's "Stand Clear of the Closing Doors" plays in Focus on World Cinema.
This year's world competition features 20 features and 11 shorts from 18 different countries. In all there are 113 world premieres, 39 North American preems and 41 Canadian bows.
Other sections of the fest include Korean Cinema Today, which includes eight South Korean features. One Korean short film will also screen in the world competition.
The fest runs Aug. 22-Sept. 2, it opens with "L'Autre Maison" and closes with Anne Fontaine's "Adore."
Here's a list of the feature films slated to screen at the fest:
GAMING INSTINCT - Gregor Schnitzler (Germany)
WEST - Christian Schwochow. (Germany)
THE VERDICT - Jan Verheyen. (Belgium)
SUMMER CRISIS - Chartrand (Canada)
ANOTHER HOUSE - Mathieu Roy (Canada)
LE FERRY - Shi Wei (China)
FEED ME - Yazhou Yang, Bo Yang (China)
ONE SHOT - Robert Orhel (Croatia)
THE MIRACLE - Simon Staho (Denmark - Ireland)
LANDES - FranÃ§ois-Xavier Vives (France - Belgium)
JAPPELOUP - Christian Duguay (France - Canada)
THE WEDLOCK - Rouhollah Hejazi (Iran)
Montreal World Fest Includes 113 Int'l Premieres
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