Approved for Adoption tells the story of Jung Henin, a Korean boy adopted by Belgian parents who becomes obsessed with Japanese pop culture. The story is told partly in live action and partly animated, and will screen at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival.

The second trailer, for No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka, is graphic and disturbing enough that I prefer to put it below the fold. The producers have a blog which says they plan to come to Australia in June, though they have launched a Kickstarter campaign to help pay for international promotion of their film, so I guess it's up to the public whether No Fire Zone gets an Australian screening.

(H/t 3QD.)