The first edition of the Copenhagen International Film Festival (Aug 13-20) has filled the remaining two seats of its five man jury, who will be presided over by Theo Angelopoulos.

Joining Denmark's Bille August and Sweden's Jan Troell are German writer-director Jutta Brückner and Belgian actress-turned filmmaker Marion Hänsel.

Together they will judge between the 14 films in competition and will hand out the festival's first Golden Swan to the best film, director, actress, actor, script and cinematography.

The festival kicks off with the premiere of Jannik Johansen's Stealing Rembrandt on and Christopher Boe's Reconstruction wraps the event on Aug 20.

A last minute local addition to the line-up is Mikael Colville-Andersen's low-budget feature debut Zakka West, which will have its world premiere on Aug16 outside the official program.

In total the Copenhagen International Film Festival has crammed an impressive 145 films from around the world into its first week.