230 films are to be shown over eleven days, which is an unmanageable mass, but here are four tips that might raise your pulse:
"Sharp stick", by Lena Dunham, the creator of the previously popular hipster series "Girls" is back with a daring portrayal of a woman's sexual awakening.
More relaxed sex in "Four little adults", a Finnish relationship comedy about middle-aged polyamory, which promises chaos and poetry in the same soft package.
"Corset", a wayward Oscar-nominated drama about the Austrian Queen Elisabeth.
Said to have the same disrespectful attitude towards royalty as Sofia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette".
But "Enys men" attracts the most - folkloric horror signed by Mark Jenkins, who three years ago gave us the opinionated "Baits".