World premieres in official selection

Dream (South Korea)

Dir: Kim Ki-duk

Respected Korean director Kim Ki-duk will be competing in official selection at the Spanish festival for the first time with his new film Dream (Bi Mong), which explores a couple's relationship though a dream state and in the real world.

Int'l sales: Showbox Entertainment, (82) 2 3218 5636

The Beautiful Person (France)

Dir: Christophe Honore

One of France's most exciting new talents, Honore's adaptation of the classic novel La Princesse De Cleves sees the 17th-century tale transplanted to modern day Paris. Louis Garrel stars in the drama about a student, played by Lea Seydoux, who falls for her teacher. Honore's previous film Les Chansons D'Amour was in competition at Cannes last year.

Contact: Le Pacte, (33) 1 44 69 59 59

Tiro En La Cabeza (Spain)

Dir: Jaime Rosales

Rosales' drama sees three men's journey across the border from Spain into France turn to disaster when they get into an altercation and kill two plain-clothed civil guards. The film shot for two weeks in San Sebastian itself. Rosales has seen his stock rise considerably thanks to his best director win at this year's Goya awards for Solitary Fragments (La Soledad).

Int'l sales: Wanda Vision, (34) 913 528 376

Camino (Spain)

Dir: Javier Fesser

Oscar-nominated Spanish director Javier Fesser's emotional drama Camino tells the story of a bright 11-year-old girl who must simultaneously face two completely new events in her life - falling in love and dying. Fesser also directed Mortadelo & Filemon: The Big Adventure, a huge box-office hit in Spain.

Int'l sales: Wild Bunch, (44) 20 7792 9791

El Patio De Mi Carcel (Spain)

Dir: Belen Macias

Macias' debut feature tells the story of a petty thief who struggles with life outside prison and so decides to help set up a theatre group with fellow criminals. Produced by heavyweights El Deseo and Warner Bros Spain with an impressive cast that includes Candela Pena and Blanca Portillo.

Int'l sales: Pathe International, (44) 207 323 5151

Remaining films in official selection

The Brothers Bloom (US) (closing film, out of competition)

Dir: Rian Johnson

Int'l sales: The Weinstein Company, (1) 646 862 3400

Empty Nest (Arg)

Dir: Daniel Burman

Int'l sales: Bavaria Film International

Fear Me Not (Den)

Dir: Kristian Levring

Int'l sales: TrustNordisk, (45) 36 86 8788

Frozen River (US)

Dir: Courtney Hunt

Int'l sales: Rezo Films, (33) 1 42 46 46 30

Genova (UK)

Dir: Michael Winterbottom

Int'l sales: HanWay Films, (44) 207 290 0750

Laila's Birthday (Tun-Pal-Neth)

Dir: Rashid Masharawi

Int'l sales: Fortissimo Films, (31) 20 627 32 15

Louise Michel (Fr)

Dirs: Gustave De Kervern, Benoit Delepine

Int'l sales: Funny Ballons, (33) 1 40 13 05 84

Maman Est Chez Le Coiffeur (Can)

Dir: Lea Pool

Int'l sales: Equinoxe Films, (1) 514 844 0680

The Other Man (US-UK) (opening film, out of competition)

Dir: Richard Eyre

Int'l sales: Ealing Studios, (44) 20 8567 6655

Pandora's Box (Turk-Fr-Ger-Bel)

Dir: Yesim Ustaoglu

Int'l sales: The Match Factory, (49) 221 539 7090

Still Walking (Jap)

Dir: Hirokazu Kore-eda

Int'l sales: Celluloid Dreams, (33) 1 49 70 03 70

The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas (UK-US) (out of competition)

Dir: Mark Herman

Contact: Miramax Films, (1) 212 941 4002

Tropic Thunder (US) (out of competition)

Dir: Ben Stiller

Contact: Paramount Pictures, (1) 323 856 8228

Two Legged Horse (Iran)

Dir: Samira Makhmalbaf

Contact: Makhmalbaf Film House,