As the year starts winding down, it's time to begin looking into what will come out in the New Year. Tartan Films, the company that brought us everything from Michael Winterbottom's 9 Songs to a whole lot of Rocco Siffredi in Anatomy of Hell, is bringing some of this year's quirky and notable festival offerings to the big screen in 2007. Here are five months of funky cinema slated for 2007, some of which have great Cinematical reviews for you to peruse:

February: The Page Turner follows a girl whose botched piano examination leads her to turn away from her passion for the keys, only to be faced with it later when she comes face-to-face with the person whose rudeness shattered her resolve.

March:

Red Road
was the Cannes Jury Prize winner that showed the human weakness behind Big Brother -- a woman's dispassionate viewing of the streets of Glasgow dissolves when she spots a familiar face.

April: Triad Election is filmmaker Johnny To's answer to The Godfather, and the second part to his election epic.

May: Princess is the animated film about a orphan whose mother was a porn star, and the ex-priest uncle who comes to take care of her.

June: 12:08 East of Bucharest is the comedically melancholy story of a man in Bucharest trying to put together a live TV show on the revolution.

Honorable Mention: Taxidermia is worthy of mentioning, although a release date is yet to be determined. It's a tale about an overweight speed eater, a large cat embalmer and a man who shoots fire from his penis -- so what's not to love?