HeyUGuysbrings 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 5 new trailers for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Arrietty (Kari-gurashi no Arietti)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 29th July 2011

Synopsis: 14-year-old Arrietty and the rest of the Clock family live in peaceful anonymity as they make their own home from items “borrowed” from the house’s human inhabitants. However, life changes for the Clocks when a human boy discovers Arrietty.

Jihne Mera Dil Luteya

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 29th July 2011

Synopsis: Life is carefree and filled with series of mischievous events for dashing and happy-go-lucky Yuvraj and rocking rebel Gurnoor at the Patiala University, until they are bedazzled by the charming and sexy Noor who sweeps them off their feet the moment she lands in their lives and everything goes topsy-turvy. A small confusion gives way to several others and before they can put 2 and go way out of bhjm hand. This triggers a series of one-upmanship and hilarious incidents, as both vie for their lady love’s attention and her heart. Adding to their woes, many hurdles are laid in their path by a college professor and an unsuccessful advocate, making it a fun, laughter packed & musical roller-coaster ride to the climax. Do these confusions get cleared after all? Whom does Noor’s heart actually crave for? Is it Yuvraj, Gurnoor, or is it someone else altogether? Get wholesomely entertained with mind-boggling music, unparalleled comedy, exciting action and a completely unpredictable love story.

Our Day Will Come (Notre jour viendra)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 29th July 2011

Synopsis: What do you do when you’re a red-haired teenage loser with no friends except for an older guy, your shrink? When everyone hates you, especially your family? When all your peers make fun of you and kick you around? The answer: you and your loser buddy blow all the cash you can get your hands on to buy a sportscar, you dress smart and you head for the land of redheads, Ireland. But what starts off as a search for an ideal, gradually escalates into a rampage of hate, violence and self-destruction.

Poetry (Shi)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 29th July 2011

Synopsis: A drama centered on a woman at the end of her life in search of new meaning.

The Light Thief (Svet-Ake)

UK Cinema Release Date: Friday 29th July 2011

Synopsis: The main hero of the film is an electrician with a far greater effect on the people around him than his job defines. He is the last link in a huge energetic system and he becomes the binding bridge between the geopolitical problems of post-soviet space and the common people. The economic devastation of the country had an enormous impact on the industrial workers and yet despite the upheaval, these people did not seize to love and suffer, to have and be friends and to enjoy their lives. In particular our resilient electrician, who possesses a wonderful and open heart. He not only brings electric light (which is often out) to the lives of the inhabitants of this small city, but he also spreads the light of love, loyalty, life and mainly laughter.

 Check back next week for more trailers!