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Now in its 42nd year, the celebration of new voices in cinema will screen 25 features and 17 short films.

The festival will open with Blue Caprice on March 20 and close with Our Nixon on March 31.

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They Will Return
They Will Return
Two children are mysteriously abandoned by their parents.
Our Nixon
Our Nixon
Super-8 film shot by Nixon's aides documenting the presidency.
The Act Of Killing
The Act Of Killing
People responsible for the mass murder of suspeced Communists at the onset of the military regime in 1965 are challenged to restage their actions and question the pride they still take in them.
The Color Of The Chameleon
The Color Of The Chameleon
A young misfit is recruited to infiltrate a book club as a spy, with comic consequences.
Emperor Vists The Hell
Emperor Vists The Hell
A powerful man who offends a divine messenger is condemned to an early death but told he can win a second chance if he can placate the ghosts of his enemies.
Stories We Tell
Stories We Tell
Sarah Polley investigates secrets in her own family.
People's Park
People's Park
A single tracking shot captures life in the People's Park in Chengdu, China.
Lions
Lions
Five young people are lost in a forest - and perhaps in time itself.
Viola
Viola
The lines between fiction and reality blur for an all-female Shakespeare troupe.
Blue Caprice
Blue Caprice
Psychological drama about the men responsible for the Beltway sniper attacks.
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