Paul Auster's psychodrama The Inner Life Of Martin Frost and Alexis Dos Santos' Argentine coming-of-age tale Glue will open the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center's 36th New Directors/New Films showcase.

The event is set to run from Mar 21-Apr 1 in New York and features two other films from Argentina - Rodrigo Moreno's El Custodio and Diego Lerman's Meanwhile - in a heavy international line-up.

The roster includes: Jean-Pascal Hattu's drama 7 Years (France); Birgitte Stærmose's relationship drama Sophie (Denmark); John Carney's musical and Sundance hit Once (Ireland); and Ivan Vyrypaev's revenge fable Euphoria (Russia).

Also screening are: Christopher Zalla's Sundance winner Padre Nuestro (US), Andrea Arnold's Cannes 2006 Jury Prize winner Red Road (UK); and Maziar Miri's Gradually (Iran), about a man searching for his runaway wife.

In total 26 features and six shorts will screen. The varied programme includes a matinee series panel discussions, and a documentary retrospective presenting, among others, Barbet Schroeder's General Idi Amin Dada, Jehane Noujaim's Al Jazeera profile Control Room, and Nathaniel Kahn's tribute to his celebrated father Louis Kahn My Architect.

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