HeyUGuys brings you the latest in World Cinema film trailers in association with Film Dates UK.

Each week we’ll be showcasing some of most anticipated foreign releases as well as highlighting a few hidden gems which may have fallen off your radar. It’s no surprise that Hollywood has turned to World Cinema for inspiration in recent years with the number of remakes getting more and more popular.

Whilst it remains to be seen how many of these remakes go on to succeed or stay true to their original story counterparts, we decided it was high-time we turned the spotlight onto the next wave of foreign films to grace our screens.

This week we have 6 new trailers for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Ladli Laila (Virgin Goat)

UK Cinema Release Date: Tuesday 5th July 2011

Synopsis: Raghubir Yadav, the doyen of Indian indie actors, plays Kalyan Singh, a farmer who is trying to eke out a living. Singh loves his pet she-goat Laila even more than he does his own family. Singh’s ambition is that his pet will have a kid. The search is on for a Billy Goat that needs to be found whilst Laila is still in heat. The announcement that a local bigwig is to visit town throws a spoke into Singh’s mating plans for his beloved goat. Nair’s satire takes numerous snipes at corruption in its myriad forms but in a hilarious and warm-hearted manner.

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Gekijouban Trigun: Badlands Rumble

UK Cinema Release Date: Thursday 7th July 2011

Synopsis: Set in Makka, a town surrounded by quicksand, this stylish anime western sees the mayor enlist the help of bounty hunters, including everyone’s favourite hero Vash the Stampede, to defend them from legendary robber Gasback.

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Film socialisme

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 8th July 2011

Synopsis: A symphony in three movements. Things such as a Mediterranean cruise, numerous conversations, in numerous languages, between the passengers, almost all of whom are on holiday… Our Europe. At night, a sister and her younger brother have summoned their parents to appear before the court of their childhood. The children demand serious explanations of the themes of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. Our humanities. Visits to six sites of true or false myths: Egypt, Palestine, Odessa, Hellas, Naples and Barcelona.

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Kawa no soko kara konnichi wa (Sawako Decides)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 8th July 2011

Synopsis: From the opening colonic irrigation scene, it’s clear that Sawako Decides will be one of the more unusual Japanese films of the year. In fact, in a year in which the creativity in Japanese mainstream cinema all but curled up and died, it’s a real stand-out: a joyous, nuanced, comic drama about female empowerment.

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The Princess of Montpensier (La Princess de Montpensier)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 8th July 2011

Synopsis: Noblewoman Marie is in love with her swashbuckling cousin Henri de Guise, but must yield to her father’s political ambitions and marry Philippe de Montpensier. When war calls him away, her husband leaves her in the benevolent charge of tutor Chabannes, a nobleman outlawed after he turns his back on war. But Marie is soon exposed to the sexual and political intrigues of court…

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Un Cuento Chino

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 8th July 2011

Synopsis: The film opens idyllically when a Chinese man, Jun (Ignacio Huang), takes his girlfriend on a boat trip on a picturesque lake to propose to her. This image is quickly shattered when a cow falls from the sky, killing Jun’s girlfriend. The shattering of Jun’s happiness and the serene scene becomes a precedent for the rest of the film. It is this event which will ultimately change the life of bad tempered iron monger Roberto (Darín). Predominantly set in Buenos Aires, Un cuento chino is the story of Roberto who, in a series of unlikely events, is brought together with Jun: who has come to the city in search of his only living relative. A chance encounter in the street prompts Roberto to (somewhat unwittingly) offer the homeless Jun his help and a place to stay. Despite the monotony of his own life, the routine-obsessed protagonist is fascinated by chance; and although unable to communicate with his Chinese guest, it is the randomness of their being brought together that will convince Roberto to reassess his rigid view of life. Through a series of comic encounters and shocking (almost unbelievable) events, Borensztein has created a poignant and thought provoking outlook on the unpredictability of life, and one that definitely strikes a cord with Argentina audiences. – *courtesy of Filming in Argentina

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 Check back next week for more trailers!