Ken Loach's Bread And Roses is among the titles to be included in the official section of the 45th edition of the popular Valladolid International Film Week (Oct 20-28).

The title, co-produced by Spain's Alta Films, received strong reviews in competition at Cannes this year. It will screen out of competition at Valladolid.

Other Spanish co-productions in the festival's official section include Esperando Al Mesias and Nueces Para El Amor.

Three Spanish films will compete in the official section: Josecho San Mateo's second feature film, Bailame El Agua; Jose Garcia Hernandez's debut Divertimento, starring veterans Paco Rabal and Federico Luppi; and Gerardo Herrero's sixth film as director, Las Razones De Mis Amigos.

Valladolid also announced the participation of US film Camera Obscura by Hamlet Sarkissian in the Punto de Encuentro (Meeting Point) sidebar, and feature-length documentary Extranjeros De Si Mismos by Javier Rioyo and Jose Luis Lopez Linares, which will compete in the Tiempo de Historia (History) section.