Turkey's 3rd International Eurasia Film Festival, which will be held concurrently with the 44th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival (Oct 19-28), has selected Shekhar Kapur's Elizabeth: The Golden Age, starring Cate Blanchett, as the closing film and also unveiled its competition line-up.

Ang Lee's Lust, Caution, which won the top Golden Lion award at Venice, will open the festival as previously announced.

The international competition has 10 European and Asian films including Asif Kapadia's Far North, Sergei Bodrov's Mongol and Feng Xiaogang's Assembly, as well as Two Turkish films - Egg, the first film of a trilogy by Semih Kaplanoglu, and Handan Ipekci's Hidden Faces.

Two awards, Best Film and Best Director, will be presented at the closing ceremony on October 28. A film critics prize for a separate competition will be given out by international film critics and the Turkish Association of Cinema Writers (see full list below).

More than 200 films will be screened at the event including around 80 Turkey premieres.

The Turkish Foundation of Cinema and Audio-Visual Culture (Tursak) is the organiser of both the Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival and the International Eurasia Film Festival. Tursak is a non-profit organization founded in 1991.

Full list for international competition:

Far North (UK-France)

Dir: Asif Kapadia

Mongol (Germany-Kazakhstan-Russia-Mongolia)

Dir: Sergei Bodrov

You The Living (Sweden-France-Germany-Denmark-Norway)

Dir: Roy Andersson

The Home Song Stories (Australia-Singapore)

Dir: Tony Ayres

The Drummer (Hong Kong-Taiwan-Germany)

Dir: Kenneth Bi

The Band's Visit (Israel-France)

Dir: Eran Kolirin

Assembly (China-Korea)

Dir: Feng Xiaogang

Trivial (France)

Dir: Sophie Marceau

Egg (Turkey)

Dir: Semih Kaplanoglu

Hidden Faces (Turkey)

Dir: Handan Ipekci

Full list for film critics prize:

Fados (Spain)

Dir Carlos Saura

It's A Free World (UK-Italy-Germany-Spain)

Dir: Ken Loach

Fata Morgana (Germany)

Dir: Simon Gross

Two In One (Ukraine-Russia)

Dir Kira Muratova

Shelter (Italy-France)

Marco Simon Puccioni

Under The Bombs (France-Lebanon-UK)

Dir: Philippe Aractingi