No will open the 10th edition of IndieLisboa No will open the 10th edition of IndieLisboa

The 10th edition of the festival will run from April 18 to 28. It will feature 245 films (80 features and 165 shorts. It will open with No and close with Before Midnight.

This year's festival will also feature a special focus on Ulrich Seidl. You can see the feature film line-up below

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They Will Return
They Will Return
Two children are mysteriously abandoned by their parents.
Museum Hours
Museum Hours
A museum attendant shows a Canadian visitor the sights of Vienna and in the process falls in love with it all over again.
Spring Breakers
Spring Breakers
Four college students form an unlikely allegiance with a drug dealer.
Leviathan
Leviathan
A documentary shot in the North Atlantic and focused on the commercial fishing industry.
Paradise: Hope
Paradise: Hope
A teenager from a troubled middle class background spends the summer at fat camp and determines to seduce its director.
Paradise: Faith
Paradise: Faith
Second part of Seidl's trilogy sees a devout Catholic trying to cope with the return of her paraplegic husband.
Paradise: Love
Paradise: Love
A cautionary tale about European female sex tourists on the beaches of Kenya.
Models
Models
A portrait of a quartet of aspiring Viennese models.
Jesus, You Know
Jesus, You Know
The inhabitants of six different churches seek Heavenly help to solve their Earthly problems.
Animal Love
Animal Love
A documentary about people who turn to animals for companionship.
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