Line-up includes seven world premieres and Oscar submissions from the Netherlands, South Korea and Kazakhstan.Scroll down for full list
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Nights Film Festival (Nov 13-29) has revealed the international competition line-up for its 19th edition.
The festival will screen 18 titles in competition, comprising seven world premieres, three international premieres and eight European premieres.
Among them is Vitaliy Manskiy
’s North Korea documentary Under The Sun, which reveals a simultaneously absurd and sinister portrayal of life under the nation’s regime.
The line-up also includes three submissions for this year’s Best Foreign-Language Film Oscar.The Paradise Suite
, The Netherlands’ submission, intertwines multiple storylines to highlight the trials and tribulations of modern day immigrants trying to survive in Amsterdam.
The Throne, South Korea’s entry, is an 18th-century historical drama about internal struggles within Korea’s royal family.
Stranger, Kazakhstan’s submission to the Academy, follows a nomad living out a meagre existence in the