Running from Thursday to Sunday, the organisers have packed in thirteen of the finest new Asian films. Highlights are Dream, by Kim Ki-Duk (director of 3-Iron and Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter... and Spring). The Korean's latest concerns the magic-realist tale of a man whose dreamed stories are physically re-enacted by a woman he's never before met.
Other curios are the excellently-titled Zombies From Banana Country — "possibly the only lo-fi Malaysian Zom-Com you will ever get to see"; Legendary Assassin, a return for the Hong Kong martial arts genre with the legendary Wu Jing both behind and in front of the camera; and Ghost In The Shell 2.0 which, despite its already-dated title, is an update of the classic Manga staple, complete with modern animation techniques. Check the festival's complete schedule for more details.