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Stockholm Film Festival full line up

STOCKHOLM XVI COMPETITION


STORM by Måns Mårlind, Björn Stein (Sweden)
HARDCORE by Dennis Iliadis (Greece)
ME AND YOU AND EVERYONE WE KNOW by Miranda July (USA)
THE ICEBERG by Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon & Bruno Romy (Belgium)
LOWER CITY by Sergio Machado (Brazil)
THE FORBIDDEN CHAPTER by Fariborz Kamkari (Iran)
COLD SHOWERS by Antony Cordier (France)
THE GREAT ECSTASY OF ROBERT CARMICHAEL by Thomas Clay (Great Britain)
FESTIVAL by Annie Griffin (Great Britain)
THE PIANO TUNER OF EARTHQUAKES by Stephen Quay & Timothy Quay (Great Britain)
THUMBSUCKER by Mike Mills (USA)
NORDESTE by Juan Solanas (Argentina)
RIVIERA by Anne Villacèque (France)
BE WITH ME by Eric Khoo (Singapore)
ALLEGRO by Christoffer Boe (Denmark)
KISS KISS BANG BANG by Shane Black (USA)
20 CENTIMETERS by Ramón Salazar (Spain)
THE INVISIBLE by Thierry Jousse (France)


STOCKHOLM XVI SHORT FILM COMPETITION


NOTHING SPECIAL by Helena Brooks (New Zeeland)
TAMA TU by Taika Waititi (New Zeeland)
MEBANA by Daniel Wallentin (Sweden)
FLESH by Eduardo Salier (France)
P.E.O.Z. by Christo Petrou (Greece)
GET THE RABBIT BACK by Dimitar Mitovski & Kamen Kalev (Bulgaria)
WAYFARERS by Igor Strembitsky (Ukraine)
SARA JEANNE by Kim Seong-sook (South Korea)
CINDY THE DOLL IS MINE by Bertrand Bonello (France)
BLUE TONGUE by Justin Kurzel (Australia)
RESPIRE by Wi Dingo Ho (Taiwan)
DUST by H. Fatih Kizilgök (Turkey)
IN THE MORNING by Danielle Lurie (Turkey)
KITCHEN by Alex Winocour (France)
INVULNERABLE by Alvaro Pastor (Spain)
KILLING THE AFTERNOON by Margaret Corkery (Ireland)
TRILOGY OF CLOUDS by Naoyuki Tsuji (Japan)
CLARA by Van Sowerwine (Australia)


OPEN ZONE


STONED by Stephen Woolley (Great Britain)
LIVE AND BECOME by Radu Mihaileanu (France, Brazil, Israel, Italy)
THE BEAT THAT MY HEART SKIPPED by Jacques Audiard (France)
IDIOT LOVE by Ventura Pons (Spain)
ANTHONY ZIMMER by Jerome Salle (France)
CINEMA, ASPIRINS AND VULTURES by Marcelo Gomez (Brazil)
BEE SEASON by Scott McGehee & David Siegel (USA)
MERRY CHRISTMAS by Christian Carion (France, Germany, Belgium, Great Britain, Romania)
3 NEEDLES by Thom Fitzgerald (Canada)
ZIM & CO by Pierre Jolivet (France)
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE by Joe Wright (Great Britain)
WATER by Deepa Mehta (Canada, India)
LEMMING by Dominik Moll (France)
DON¹T TELL by Cristina Comencini (Italy)
THE SUN by Aleksandr Sokurov (Russia, France, Italy)
CORPSE BRIDE by Tim Burton (Great Britain)


AMERICAN INDEPENDENTS


BUBBLE by Steven Soderbergh (USA)
212 by Anthony Ng (USA)
LONESOME JIM by Steve Buscemi (USA)
DUANE HOPWOOD by Matt Mulhern (USA)
NINE LIVES by Rodrigo Garcia (USA)
THE KING by James Marsh (USA)
THE DYING GAUL by Craig Lucas (USA)
ADAM & STEVE by Craig Chester (USA)
DOWN IN THE VALLEY by David Jacobson (USA)
IN MEMORY OF MY FATHER by Christopher Jaymes (USA)
HOW THE GARCIA GIRLS SPENT THEIR SUMMER by Georgina Riedel (USA)
POLICE BEAT by Robinson Devor (USA)
EDMOND by Stuart Gordon (USA)
WASSUP ROCKERS by Larry Clark (USA)
FORTY SHADES OF BLUE by Ira Sachs (USA)
MARY by Abel Ferrara (USA, France, Italy)


ASIAN IMAGES


A BITTERSWEET LIFE by Jee Woon Kim (South Korea)
KEKEXILI: MOUNTAIN PATROL by Lu Chuan (China/USA)
THE PRESIDENT¹S LAST BANG by Im Sang Soo (South Korea)
THE AGGRESSIVES by Jeong Jae-eun (South Korea)
VEER-ZAARA by Yash Chopra (India)
THE BOW by Kim Ki-duk (South Korea)
TBILISI-TBILISI by Levan Zakareishvili (Georgia)
THE MYTH by Stanley Tong (Hong Kong)
FREE ZONE by Amos Gitai (Israel, Belgium, France Spain)
PRINCESS RACCOON by Seijun Suzuki (Japan)
TAKESHIS¹ by Takeshi Kitano (Japan)
THE WAYWARD CLOUD by Tsai Ming Liang (Taiwan, China, France)
BLOOD AND BONES by Yoichi Sai (Japan)


SPOTLIGHT: FEMALE REVENGE


SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE by Park Chan-wook (South Korea)
THIS CHARMING GIRL by Lee Yoon-ki (South Korea)
BLOODRAYN by Uwe Boll (Germany/USA)
FOUR FOR NONE by Alice de Andrade (Brazil)


CRONENBERG BY CRONENBERG

Stockholm Lifetime Achievement Award 2005 ­ David Cronenberg

A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE by David Cronenberg (USA)
VIDEODROME by David Cronenberg (Canada/USA)
THE DEAD ZONE by David Cronenberg (USA)
DEAD RINGERS by David Cronenberg (Canada/USA)
NAKED LUNCH by David Cronenberg (Canada/Great Britain)
CRASH by David Cronenberg (Canada/USA)
SPIDER by David Cronenberg (Canada/Great Britain)
CAMERA by David Cronenberg (Canada)

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