Lars von Trier's Palme d'Orwinner Dancer In The Dark will inaugurate this year's 45th annual ValladolidInternational Film Week (Oct 20-28).

Dancer will screen out ofcompetition in the popular festival's Official Section. Von Trier's BreakingThe Waves opened Valladolid in 1996.

The festival has unveiledthe full line-up for its competitive Official Section. Competing films includePhilip Groning's L'Amour, L'Argent, L'Amour from Germany, CarlosSiguion-Reyna's Azucena from the Phillipines and Josecho San Mateo's BailameEl Agua from Spain.

The UK is represented incompetition by Stephen Daldry's Billy Elliot, while Jose GarciaHernandez's Divertimento bolsters the Spanish presence. Daniel Burman's EsperandoAl Mesias is a co-production between Argentina, Spain and Italy; AlbertoLecchi's Nueces Para El Amor is an Argentine-Spanish effort.

Other titles competinginclude Amos Kollek's Fast Food, Fast Women, a US, French and Germanco-production; Terence Davies' The House Of Mirth, from the UK; and LuisEstrada's La Ley De Herodes, from Mexico.

Festival favourite Girlfight will also compete, as willStephen Frears' UK film Liam. France has Robert Guediguian's La VilleEst Tranquille and Claire Devers' La Voleuse De Saint Lubin incompetition, while the US has another representative in Darren Aronofsky's RequiemFor A Dream.

Bakhtiar Khudojnazarov's LunaPapa is a co-production between Russia, Germany and Austria, with EdwardYang's Yi Yi representing Taiwan and Japan. Local cinema is alsorepresented by Gerardo Herrero's Las Razones De Mis Amigos.

Ken Loach's Bread AndRoses and Takeshi Kitano's Brother will screen in the OfficialSection out of competition.