The Dublin-shot ensemble drama 11 Minutes has been added to a strong line-up of Irish films at next month's Toronto Film Festival.
Brooklyn, Room and The Lobster are also screening at the festival, which runs from September 10-20.
11 Minutes, Room and The Lobster were all produced by Dublin company Element Pictures.
Written and directed by Jerzy Skolimowski (Essential Killing, Deep End) and starring Richard Dormer (Game of Thrones, Good Vibrations), 11 Minutes is an Irish-Polish co-production that follows the lives of a number of characters over the same time period.
It will also be in competition at the world's oldest major film festival, the Venice Film Festival, in September.
Element Pictures producer Ed Guiney said: "We're delighted to have three films in Toronto. It's a brilliant platform for the very best of world cinema and we are delighted and honoured that these films have been selected. As ever, it's a testament to the amazing film makers we are lucky enough to be working with."
11 Minutes will be released in cinemas next year.