The Montreal World FilmFestival will present the world premieres of German filmmaker Andreas Struck's Sugar Orange, Australian director ChrisKennedy's comedy A Man's Gotta Do,and Canadian documentarian Debbie Melnyk's CitizenBlack, a film about newspaper baron Lord Black. The feature-lengthdocumentary features interviews with Donald Trump, Henry Kissinger, RichardPerle and Black's wife, journalist Barbara Amiel.

Among the internationalpremieres announced are Pupi Avati's ChristmasRematch (La Rivincita Di Natale),a sequel to his 1986 Christmas Present;50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, a firstfeature from US TV writer Jordan Hawley; and Wanted from German director Franziska Meletzky.

North Americanpremieres include French filmmaker Philippe de Broca's Viper In The Fist; Spanish director Xavier Bermudez' Leon And Olvido; Cell Phone,from Chinese filmmaker Feng Xiaogang; and JeT'aime Moi - Moi Non Plus, a documentary about the relationship betweenartists and critics by actress Maria de Medeiros, featuring interviews withfilmmakers Atom Egoyan, Win Wenders, Pedro Almodovar, Ken Loach, DavidCronenberg and Mika Kaurismaki, and critics including former New York Timescritic Elvis Mitchell and the late UK film critic Alexander Walker.