www.wviff.org.Below is a look at the films slated to be shown. Unless noted, they're from the U.S. and in English.THURSDAY8 p.m.: "Dirty Wars": Free. Sponsored by WV Citizens Action Group and WV Patriots for Peace. Unrated. Documentary about America's covert wars and the role of the Joint Special Operations Command.FRIDAY5:30 p.m.: "The Intouchables": France. Subtitled. A comedic drama about a quadriplegic aristocrat and the young man from the projects he hires to be his caretaker. Based on a true story. Rated R (language and some drug use).8 p.m.: "Much Ado About Nothing": Joss Whedon's modern retelling of the Shakespeare comedy, filmed in black and white. Cast includes Nathan Fillion and Clark Gregg. Rated PG-13 (some sexuality and brief drug use).10 p.m.: "Holy Motors": France/Germany. Subtitled. Surreal fantasy about a mysterious man named Oscar who inhabits 11 characters over the course of a day while being shuttled around town in a white limousine. Unrated.SATURDAY5 p.m.: "Hollow": Free. Documentary examining the future of rural America through the eyes and voices of those living in McDowell County. Director Elaine McMillion will speak. Unrated.7 p.m.: "No": Chile. Subtitled. Oscar-nominated historical drama about an ad executive and the campaign to defeat Augusto Pinochet in Chile's 1988 referendum. Rated R (language). Based on a true story.9:15: "Blancanieves": Spain/France/Belgium. Subtitled. A black-and-white, silent fantasy film that re-imagines Snow White as a female bullfighter in 1920s Seville. Rated PG-13 (some violent content and sexuality).SUNDAY3 p.m.: "5 Broken Cameras": Palestine/Israel/France/Netherlands. Subtitled. Oscar-nominated documentary of a Palestinian farmer's nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army. Unrated.5 p.m.: "Blancanieves"7 p.m.: "Much Ado About Nothing"MONDAY5:30 p.m.: "5 Broken Cameras"8 p.m.: "The Intouchables"TUESDAY5:30 p.m.: "No"8 p.m.: "Holy Motors"WEDNESDAY5:30 p.m.: "5 Broken Cameras"7:30 p.m.: "Hey Day": Free. Short documentary by WVSU Media Studies graduate Tijah Bumgarner about the emotional process of pregnancy and childbirth. Unrated.8 p.m.: "Before Midnight": Conclusion to Richard Linklater's "Before" trilogy ("Before Sunrise," Before Sunset"), about a French-American couple's relationship spanning 18 years. Starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. Rated R (sexual content/nudity and language).OCT. 245:30 p.m.: "Before Midnight"7:30 p.m.: "Hey Day" (free)8 p.m.: "Blancanieves"OCT. 255:30 p.m.: "Before Midnight"7:30 p.m.: "Much Ado About Nothing"9:30 p.m.: "The Intouchables"OCT. 264:45 p.m.: "No"5 p.m.: "The Short Films of Ethan Murrow": Free. At Clay Center ElectricSky Theater. A selection of videos and short films in conjunction with "Positions of Power, Land View," on display in the art gallery, where a reception follows the screening.7 p.m.: "Blood on the Mountain": Free. Preview of work-in-progress documentary examining the roles of corporations and government in the coal industry. Director Mari-Lynn Evans will discuss the film following the screening. Unrated. 9:30 p.m.: "Holy Motors"