Malaysian horror film 'Tiger Stripes', 'Footprints on Water' by Malayali director Nathalia Syam, 'Four Daughters' by Kaouther Ben Hania, and the Korean film 'A Letter from Kyoto' will be screened.
Registrations can also be done at the delegate cell that will be opened at the Tagore Theatre, which is the main IFFK venue.
Meanwhile, a total of 12 Malayalam movies have been selected in the 'Malayalam Cinema Today' category.
Authorities were investigating and gave no speculation on a motive, though Dariush's wife had complained about a knife threat on social media in recent weeks.
The long-time film critic at The Guardian, had served on the jury of the International Film Festival of Kerala in 2003.
Over forty films in the Indian, world and Malayalam cinema categories, selected from movies exhibited at the International Film Festival of Kerala, will be screened.
The veteran filmmaker said that no state in India is as evolved through culture as Kerala.
A total of 39 films will be screened during the fest to be held from February 24 to 28 at the Anaswara and Asha theatres and CMS College theatre.
The actor-director hit back at the delegates who booed him by saying he was a former students' leader with SFI.
The movie revolves around a couple from the Bolivian highlands who have to survive a severe drought.