When it first started in 2004, there was still something novel about the idea of devoting an entire film festival to digital cinema. Now that digital is the medium of choice for just about every filmmaker you'd care to mention, that novelty isn't quite so apparent any more, but the D-Cinema Festival has retained its freshness by restricting the competition to emerging filmmakers. Pics to watch out for this year include Wild Bill, the directorial debut of Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels actor Dexter Fletcher, and Raşit Çelikezer's Can, which won the World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Prize at Sundance. Japan is represented by a clutch of filmmakers making their feature-length debut, including Ryota Nakano (Capturing Dad, pictured) and Naoya Asanuma (Heart Beat). See the official website for a full schedule.