The 15th Raindance Film Festival, which runs Sept 25-Oct 7 in London, has announced this year's programme of features and feature documentaries.

Highlights include Kim Ki-Duk's Breath, John Barker's Bunny Chow, Japanese blockbuster The Amazing Lives Of The Fast Food Grifters by Mamoru Osuii, US paparazzo-related project Being Michael Madsen by Michael Mongillo, Brazilian psycho sexual story Bog Of Beasts, Dan Klores and Fisher Stevens' Crazy Love, Russian hit Day Watch by Timur Bekmambetov, Elijah Wood-starring Day Zero, controversial Belgian rock project Ex-Drummer by Koen Mortier, Dom Rotheroe's UK thriller Exhibit A, Park Chan Wook's I'm A Cyborg But That's OK, Jean-Luc Godard's In Praise of Love, Gus Van Sant's first feature Mala Noche, Michael Moore-bashing Manufacturing Dissent, John Waters one-man show This Filthy World and Nigerian film industry study This Is Nollywood.

As previously reported, the 2007 Raindance festival jury includes the likes of rocker Iggy Pop and Red Road director Andrea Arnold.