Organisers at the Rio Film Festival have brought in an extra 11 titles ahead of the September 26 opening night gala screening of Thierry Ragobert’s Amazonia 3D.

The late arrivals include Gianfranco Rosi’s fresh Venice Golden Lion winner Sacro GRA as well as Steven Soderbergh’s Behind The Candelabra, Shane Salerno’s Salinger and Kim Ki-duck’s Moebius.

Rounding out the additions are Greg Mottola’s Clear History, Nimrod Antal’s Metallica Through The Never, Hong Sangsoo’s Our Sunhi, Bruce LaBruce’s Gerontophilia, Catherine Breillat’s Abuse Of Weakness, Shinji Aoyama’s Backwater and John Maloof and Charlie Siskel’s Finding Vivian Maier.

Festival top brass also announced the full line-up of films in the Latin Première and Environment sections.

The Latin Première selection will present 21 features, of which five will be Latin American premieres. All films in the section are eligible for the Fipresci Best Latin American Film award.

Latin Première

  • Il Futuro, Alicia Scherson (Chile)
  • Halley, Sebastian Hofmann (Mexico)
  • La Pa, Santiago Loza (Argentina)
  • De Martes A Martes, Gustavo Fernández Triviño (Argentina)
  • Workers, José Luis Valle (Mexico)
  • La Piscina, Carlos Machado Quintela (Cuba)
  • Carne De Perro, Fernando Guzzoni (Chile)
  • Las Lágrimas, Pablo Delgado Sánchez (Mexico)
  • Mercedes Sosa, La Voz De Latinoamérica, Rodrigo H Vila (Argentina)
  • La Eterna Noche De Las Doce Lunas, Priscila Padilla (Colombia)
  • El Loro Y El Cisne, Alejo Moguillansky (Argentina)
  • Heli, Amat Escalante (Mexico)
  • Los Dueños, Agustín Toscano, Ezequiel Radusky (Argentina)
  • Los Quiero A Todos, Luciano Quilici (Argentina)
  • Las Búsquedas, José Luis Valle (Mexico)
  • Algunas chicas, Santiago Palavecino (Argentina)
  • Paraiso, Mariana Chenillo (Mexico)
  • Crónica Del Fin Del Mundo, Mauricio Cuervo (Colombia)
  • 7 Cajas, Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori (Paraguay)
  • El Alcalde, Emiliano Altuna, Carlos F Rossini, Diego Osorno (Mexico)
  • La Vida Después, David Pablos (Mexico).

Environment Section

  • Blackfish, Gabriela Cowperthwaite (US)
  • A Place At The Table, Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush (US)
  • The Human Scale, Andreas M Dalsgaard (Denmark)
  • Fall And Winter, Matt Anderson (US)
  • The Last Ocean, Peter Young (New Zealand)
  • Climate Refugees, Michael P Nash (US)
  • The Carbon Rush, Amy Miller (Canada)
  • Good Garbage, Ada Ushpiz and Shosh Shlam (Israel)
  • Die Akte Aluminium, Bert Ehgartner (Germany)
  • Plastic Oceans, Craig Leeson and Jo Ruxton (UK).

Festival do Rio will screen more than 350 films from more than 60 countries, screened in over 30 locations across the city and will host to workshops, lectures and seminars in the concurrent Rio Market.

For full details visit the official website.