The sixth edition of the International Cinema & Literature Forum will take place April 12-14 in Monaco.

Presiding over the event will be author Patricia MacDonald and director Milos Forman. A forum structured around adapting literature to the screen, the event will include debates, readings, dedications and film premieres.

This year's edition will see Czech Republic president Vaclav Havel dedicate his latest book, A Vrai Dire while a cinema lesson will be given by Forman whose Goya's Ghosts will screen during the event.

French director Claude Miller will give a workshop on his adaptation of the Philippe Grimbert book Un Secret while round tables will be handled by Guillaume Canet who recently adapted Harlan Coben's Tell No One into an award-winning film.

The film programme also includes Salvador by Manuel Huerga and Antoine Fuqua's The Shooter starring Mark Wahlberg.

Attendees will include Peter Webber, Marie-Jose Croze, Sandrine Bonnaire, Guillaume Laurant, Francois Dupeyron, Robert Hossein, Gerard Pires, Sylvie Testud and Jean-Christophe Grange.

The concurrent International Adaptation and Remake Markets will give publishers a chance to meet with producers in order to negotiate rights sales.