Asif Kapadia's The Warrior and Eduard Cortes' Nobody's Life (La Vida De Nadie) are among the ten films to compete at next week's second annual International Film Festival of Guadarrama in Spain (July 12-23).
Only first-time feature directors are eligible to compete at Guadarrama, where jury and public prizes are awarded. Director-producer Eduardo Campoy, current president of the Spanish Producers' Federation, will be the subject of a tribute at the event.
The remaining competition titles, each representing a different country, include:
Paula Hernandez's Herencia (Arg)
Luis Manzo's La Pluma Del Arcangel (Ven)
Gyorgy Palfi's Hukkle (Hung)
Betto Souza and Tabajara Ruas' Neto Perde Sua Alma (Br)
Rodrigo Tirana Praga's Como El Gato Y El Raton (Col)
Thomas Gislason's Point Of View (Den)
Philippe Stolz's Baby (Ger)
Alfredo de Villa's Washington Heights (US)
The international jury includes Spanish director Ricardo Alvarez Solla, journalist Atocha Aguinaga, UK actor Craig Stevenson, Danish screenwriter Anne Hojgaard and US producer Abraham Thompson.