The Jersey based film festival, now in its fourth year, continues its tradition of screening films in unusual venues.

The Branchage International Film Festival has announced details of the line-up for its fourth edition which will take place on the island of Jersey from September 22-25.

Oscar winning titles screening in the festival include the 2011 Best Foreign Language Film Susanne Bier’s In A Better World and Charles Ferguson’s documentary Inside Job, which will be followed by a discussion with leading economists. James Marsh’s documentary Project Nim will also screen at the festival.

Xavier Beauvois’ Of Gods And Men will be shown in a French Catholic church on the island, whilst Michelangelo Frammartino’s masterpiece Le Quattro Volte will take place in the Jersey countryside. Meanwhile Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington’s Afghanistan documentary Restrepo will be screened at Jersey Field Squadron’s Le Quesne Barracks.

Other festival venues will include the Opera House, the War Tunnels, a horse box and a castle only accessible at low tide.

The line-up also includes Clio Barnard’s film The Arbor, Werner Herzog’s 3D Cave Of Forgotten Dreams, and Wim Wenders’ 3D dance film Pina.