'Mandolin,' 'Enigma' in competition
LONDON — Alejandro Amenabar’s “The Others” will close the Film By The Sea festival in Holland, just days after the pic’s European premiere at the Venice Film Fest.
Now in its third year, Film By The Sea (Sep. 10-16) takes place in Vlissingen, kicking off Holland’s fall movie season with a selection of commercial and arthouse pics from around the world.
“Amelie from Montmartre” and “Sexy Beast” rub shoulders with “Rush Hour 2” and “Rat Race” in the 20-pic Panorama section.
The event includes a competition devoted to movies adapted from books. The seven competing titles this year include “Captain Corelli’s Mandolin,” “Enigma” and “The Claim.”
There will also be a section devoted to Scandinavian cinema, a tribute of British helmer Stephen Frears, and a special screening of “Apocalypse Now Redux.”