- Outside of the Law Rachid Bouchareb who directed the Oscar Nominated Days of Glory returns with another film about Algerian struggles, this time following three brothers. As is par for the course this year, reviews are mixed. Time Out London likes it, calling the film "An impressive achievement as an engaged entertainment and a powerful rallying cry." ScreenDaily is less entralled. "The film is handsomely produced and always watchable even while the clichéd story built around the history threatens to derail it," is their take. The House Next Door is very unenthralled saying "what is necessary in order to enjoy Outside the Law is a hearty appreciation of cliché and preachy hand-wringing."
- The Un Certain Regard competition which I admit got a little away from me as reviews got harder and harder to find, never the less has a winner. IndieWIRE has more.