Complete 2010 Sitges Lineup Announced!

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
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Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to Sitges 2010:

EXORCISMS, VAMPIRES, ZOMBIES, MARTIAL ARTS AND LITERS OF BLOOD AT SITGES 2010

The 43rd SITGES - International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, that will take place from 7 to 17 October, presents its lineup, with some films still to be confirmed, for the following sections:

SITGES 43 OFFICIAL FANTÀSTIC SELECTION - IN COMPETITION
The official selection par excellence will be offering a lineup emphasizing a variety of nationalities (Bulgaria, Japan, France, Swede, Uruguay,...), the impact of new South American cinema, the rebirth of oriental cinema and the mixture of supernatural horror movies with exorcisms, vampires and mutants and everyday horror with real extreme violence.

13 ASSASSINS (Takashi Miike, Japan)
14 DAYS WITH VICTOR (Román Parrado, Spain)
A WOMAN, A GUN AND A NOODLE SHOP (Zhang Yimou, China, Hong Kong)
BEDEVILLED (Jang Cheol-soo, South Korea)
BLACK DEATH (Christopher Smith, Germany)
LA CASA MUDA (Gustavo Hernández, Uruguay)
CONFESSIONS (Tetsuya Nakashima, Japan)
DREAM HOME (Pang Ho-cheung, Hong Kong)
FASE 7 (Nicolás Goldbart, Argentina)
KABOOM (Gregg Araki, USA, France)
KOSMOS (Reha Erdem, Turkey, Bulgaria)
THE LAST EXORCISM (Daniel Stamm, USA)
LEGEND OF THE FIST: THE RETURN OF CHEN ZHEN (Andrew Lau, Hong Kong, China)
MONSTERS (Gareth Edwards, UK)
MY JOY (Sergei Loznitsa, Ukraine, Germany)
LES NUITS ROUGES DU BORREAU DE JADE (Julien Carbon and Laurent Courtiaud, France)
THE PERFECT HOST (Nick Tomnay, USA)
RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE (Jalmari Helander, Finland, Norway, France, Sweden)
RUBBER (Quentin Dupieux, France)
SECUESTRADOS (Miguel Ángel Vivas, Spain)
SOMOS LO QUE HAY (Jorge Michel Grau, Mexico)



OFFICIAL FANTÀSTIC SELECTION PANORAMA - IN COMPETITION
For the first year, the OFS Panorama will have an in competition subsection with eagerly-awaited and controversial titles that reinforce the themes in the SITGES 43 OFS In Competition.

LES 7 JOURS DU TALION (Daniel Grou, Canada)
A SERBIAN FILM (Srdjan Spasojevic, Serbia)
ATROCIOUS (Fernando Barreda Luna, Mexico, Spain)
L'AUTRE MONDE (Gilles Marchand, France, Belgium)
CAPTIFS (Yann Gozlan, France)
COLD FISH (Shion Sono, Japan)
DIE TÜR (Anno Saul, Germany)
HELLDRIVER (Yoshihiro Nishimura, Japan)
OUTRAGE (Takeshi Kitano, Japan)
RED HILL (Patrick Hughes, Australia)
THE REEF (Andrew Traucki, Australia)
STAKE LAND (Jim Mickle, USA)
TUCKER & DALE vs EVIL (Eli Craig, Canada, USA)



OFFICIAL FANTÀSTIC SELECTION PANORAMA - SPECIALS
This out-of-competition section is dedicated to more fanatical, omnibus audiences.

 
14 BLADES (Daniel Lee, Hong Kong, China, Singapore)
AFTER LIFE (Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo, USA)
BESOURO (João Daniel Tikhomiroff, Brasil)
BLACK LIGHTNING (Dmitriy Kiselev and Alexandr Voytinskiy, Russia)
BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS (Teddy Chen, Hong Kong, China)
LA DOPPIA ORA (Giuseppe Capotondi, Italy)
FROZEN (Adam Green, USA)
INSIDIOUS (James Wan, USA)
JONAH HEX (Jimmy Hayward, USA)
LA MEUTE (Franck Richard, France, Belgium)
MONGA (Doze Niu, Taiwan)
LA POSESIÓN DE EMMA EVANS (Manuel Carballo, Spain)
PROWL (Patrik Syversen, USA)
LA SOMBRA PROHIBIDA (José Luis Alemán, Spain)
THE STORM WARRIORS (Pang Brothers, Hong Kong)
SUCK (Rob Stefaniuk, Canada)
ZEBRAMAN: ATTACK ON ZEBRA CITY (Takashi Miike, Japan)



OFFICIAL FANTÀSTIC SELECTION - GALAS
The Festival will be screening titles, both national and international, that are on everyone's lips, have picked up awards at other festivals and are anxiously awaited by the general public.

 
AGNOSIA (Eugenio Mira, Spain)
CARNE DE NEÓN (Paco Cabezas, Spain, Argentina, Sweden)
DE MAYOR QUIERO SER SOLDADO (Christian Molina, Spain, France)
EASY MONEY (Daniel Espinosa, Sweden)
LET ME IN (Matt Reeves, USA, UK)
THE NEW DAUGHTER (Luis Berdejo, USA)
NOTRE JOUR VIENDRA (Romain Gavras, France)
SUPER (James Gunn, USA)
UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL HIS PAST LIVES (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, UK, Thailand, France, Germany, Spain)
VANISHING ON 7TH STREET (Brad Anderson, USA)
THE WARD (John Carpenter, USA)

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