The festival has also revealed its Documentary Panorama programme selected by Howard Feinstein, who said: 'The popular Panorama Documentaries, programme launched in 2001, strand covers the whole world except for regional works, with all filmmakers present to discuss their films. Provocation, access, aesthetics, and the success of their synthesis are the chief selection criteria.'
The selection includes:
Bil 'In Habibti by Shai Carmeli Pollak (Israel)
Hothouse by Shimon Dotan (Israel)
Dong by Jia Zhang-Ke (Hong Kong/China)
Some Kind Of Sadness by Juan Alejandro Ramirez (Peru)
The Prisoner Or: How I Planned To Kill Tony Blair by Michael Tucker, Petra Epperlein (US)
Sari's Mother by James Longley (US)
Zoo by Robinson Devor (US)
The Devil Came On Horseback by Annie Sundberg, Ricki Stern (US)
Send A Bullet by Jason Kohn (US/Brazil)
The festival will also present one of the most-talked about films of the year, Anton Corbijn's Ian Curtis biopic Control, a hit in Cannes.