Atom Egoyan’s thriller Chloe, which stars Lian Neeson and Julianne Moore, will open this year’s San Sebastian Film Festival.

The festival’s organisers  have also announced its remaining official selection titles, which include the world premiere of French director Christophe Honore’s Making Plans For Lena.

Honore returns to San Sebastian following the success of his previous film The Beautiful Person, which was in competition at the festival last year. His latest project stars Chiara Mastroianni as a woman who struggles to cope with two kids, the breakdown of her relationship and a suffocating family.

Canadian drama Chloe, which tells the story of a woman who hires an escort to seduce her cheating husband, will make its international premiere at San Sebastian following its world premiere at Toronto. Colombian director Rodrigo Garcia’s Mother And Child, starring Samuel L Jackson and Nomi Watts, also an international premiere, will close the festival.

The additional titles are:

Blessed, Dir: Ana Kokinos (Australia)

City Of Life And Death, Dir: Lu Chuan (China)

Chloe, Dir: Atom Egoyan (Canada)

Get Low, Dir: Aaron Schneider (US)

Hadewijch, Dir: Bruno Dumont (France)

I Came From Busan, Dir: Jeon Soo-Il (South Korea)

The Refuge, Dir: Francois Ozon (France)

This Is Love, Dir: Matthias Glasner (Germany)

The White Meadows, Dir: Mohammad Rasoulof (Iran)

Making Plans For Lena, Dir: Christophe Honore (France)

Mother And Child, Dir: Rodrigo Garcia (US-Spain)

Titles already announced:

The Damned, Dir: Isaki Lacuesta (Spain)

La Mujer Sin Piano, Dir: Javier Rebollo (Spain)

Yo Tambien, Dir: Alvaro Pastor, Antonio Naharro (Spain)

The Secret In Their Eyes, Dir: Juan Jose Campanella (Argentina-Spain)

The Dancer And The Thief, Dir: Fernando Trueba (Spain)

10 To 11, Dir: Pelin Esmer (Turkey-France-Germany)