"Dos hermanos", de Daniel Burman, compite en Karlovy Vary (Variety)
LONDON -- Four more competition titles were announced Tuesday as organizers of the Czech Republic's Karlovy Vary Film Festival prepare for the opening next month of its 45th edition.
Spanish Catalan director Agusti Vila, renowned for an uncompromising approach to style and story, brings "The Mosquito Net," a middle-class tragicomedy with touches of the absurd, starring Geraldine Chaplin.
Another Spanish language film, from Argentine director Daniel Burman, will be in competition with the international premiere of "Brother and Sister" -- about elderly siblings approaching the end of their lives with humor and comedy.
French-language Canadian entry "Mourning for Anna," by writer/director Catherine Martin, stars Guylaine Tremblay as a mother coming to terms with the sudden and violent death of her daughter.
Croatian director Rajko Grlic, a graduate of Prague's FAMU film academy in the 1970s and contemporary of Serbian director Emir Kusturica, brings the international premiere of his new film "Just Between Us," a satirical look at contemporary morals, starring Miki Manojlovic.
Previously announced titles for the main competition are: "Mother Teresa of Cats" by Polish debut director Pawel Sala, French director Olivier Coussemacq's feature debut, psychological thriller "Sweet Evil," Czech director Jan Sverak's "Kooky" and Czech director Tomas Masin's "3 Seasons in Hell."