The world premiere of TonyScott's Domino starring KeiraKnightley will close the inaugural Festival International de Film de Montrealon September 25.

The new festival added afurther 13 titles to its line-up, including an addition to Iris Awardscompetition, UK-Canada coproduction Guy X, from Scots director Saul Metzstein starring Jason Biggs and JeremyNortham, which makes its North American premiere.

Two world premieres wereadded to the Planet Earth sidebar, Yim Phil-Sung's NamGenkilloy(Antarctic Journal)from South Korea and Zhang Ming's Jie Guo (Before Born) from China.

Knightley stars as DominoHarvey, the daughter of British actor LaurenceHarvey and supermodelPauleneStone, whose wild but brief life included stints as a model, ranchhand an bounty hunter. The film also features ChristopherWalken,MenaSuvari, LucyLiu and MickeyRourke

Guy X is a thriller set in a US military basein 1979, where the survivors of a botched secret Vietnam War mission arequarantined, all of them in a vegetative state except for one man, the titularGuy X.

Other titles added are IMAXlunar documentary Magnificent Desolation: Walking On The Moon, Argentinean auteur Fernando Solanas' La DignidadDe Los Nadies (The Dignity Of ThePoor), and Belgian director VincentLanoo's Ordinary Man, allinternational premieres, and several North American premieres, includingEduardo Mignogna's Spain-Argentina coproduction El Viento (The Wind),Brazilian filmmaker Joao Moreira Salles' Entreatos (Intermission), Argentinean director Marcelo Mangone's La Demolicion (Demolition) and Tao Se (ColourBlossoms), a Hong Kong-China coproductionby Yang Man-Shih Yonfan

The festival will alsoscreen Atom Egoyan's Cannes competitor Where The Truth Lies, which makes its North American debut at Toronto and Julia Kwan's Eve And The Fire Horse, which world premieres at Toronto.