Two world premeires and seven East Coast debuts will screen in competition at this year's Florida Film Festival, taking place in Orlando March 28 - April 6. Among the ten titles slated for the narrative competition are the world premiere of "Were the World Mine" by Tom Gustafson and the East Coast premieres of "Rainbow Around the Sun" by Kevin Ely and Beau J. Leland, "Lovely by Surprise" by Kirt Gunn and "Goliath" by David Zellner. The world debut of Jeremy Zerechak's "Land of Confusion" will be among the ten titles slated for the documentary competition. Also in the line up are the East Coast premieres of Sean Donnelly's "I Think We're Alone Now," David Redmon and Ashley Sabin's "Intimidad," Ron Davis and Stewart Halpern's "Pageant," and Chris Bagley and Kim Shively's "Wesley Willis's Joyrides." “The scope of cinematic expression in this year's festival is found not simply in terms of the volume of submissions or its demographics but in the variety of types of filmmakers and the issues they explore," said Shanon Larimer, Florida Film Festival executive director in a statement. "This year we are screening films that embody risk-taking, diversity, and aesthetic innovation.” For more information, visit the FFF website. [Brian Brooks]