The 20th Raindance International Film Festival has announced its complete 2012 program, which includes 105 features and over 138 shorts from 38 countries. Raindance will run from September 26-October 7 in London, England.
Raindance will open with the international premiere of "Here Comes the Devil," a horror story about a family trip gone awry, while "7 Crates," a Paraguayan film about a boy who longs to be a TV star, is set to close the festival. Among other such highlights are "Mon Ami," a buddy comedy-turned-blood fest still fresh from its success at the Fantasia Film Festival; "Trashed," a docu-feature about the environment starring Jeremy Irons; as well as Banko Schmidt's "Vegetarian Cannibal", a film that examines government, organized crime, and corruption.
American novelist and journalist Chuck Palahniuk will be in attendance at the festival to introduce his short film "Romance," based on one of his own stories. The festival also announced the dance feature "Love Tomorrow," the World Premiere of "Orania," and "Me and You At the Zoo".
Full press release and complete list of titles after the jump.