The DubrovnikFilm Festival, taking place in Croatia immediately after Cannes, has confirmeddetails of its line-up and many of its guests. The festival (running 25 to 29May) is to open with Charles Dance's Ladies In Lavender and to close with Sahara.

Britishactor John Hurt is President of the main festival jury. Other notable guests inattendance include Christopher Walken, Emily Watson, Klaus Maria Brandauer,Peter Medak nd Mace Neufeld, all of whom are subjects of special tributes.

Thefestival is holding two special panels, one on 'Books Into Film,' andone on 'Co-Productions.' It will also be organising a screenwritingworkshop.

Features inCompetition
The Fallen (USA)- Ari Taub
The Great Water(Macedonia)- Golemata Voda
Frozen (UK)- JulietMcKeon
Sandor Slash Ida(Sweden)- Henrik Georgsson
Little Kings (USA)-Marylou Tibaldo-Bongiorno
Zhoorek (Poland)-Ryszard Brylski
Peacock (Taiwan)- GuChangwei

Documentaries in competition
Reel Paradise- USA- Steve James
Dust to Glory- USA-Dana Brown
Uxuf Xipay, El Despojo (The Plunder) (Chile)- Dauno Totoro
Plagues and Pleasures of Salten Sea (USA)- Jeff Springer
Why Women Don't Make War (Serbia)-
Sister's Rosa's Passion(USA)- Oren Jacoby
Baghdad Rap (Spain)-
Blago (Croatia)-
David Hockney: The Colours of Music (USA)- Maryte K
The Art of Vjing(USA)-

Gala screenings out of competition
Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (USA)-Garth Jennings
Imaginary Heroes (USA)- Dan Harris
Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (USA)-Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky
The Woodsman (USA)- Nicole Kassell