By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire March 10, 2011 at 9:43AM
The Sarasota Film Festival today announced their full lineup for the 13th edition of the event, which kicks off April 8 with Andrew Rossi's documentary, "Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times," and wraps April 17 with Mike Mills' "Beginners." Errol Morris' latest, "Tabloid," serves as this year's Centerpiece screening.
180 narrative, documentary and short films from 43 countries make up this year's slate, including Azazel Jacobs' "Terri," Peter Richardson's Sundance winner "How To Die In Oregon," and Jeanne Labrune's "Special Treatment," starring Isabelle Huppert.
In addition to the films, Christopher Plummer will receive The Cinema Master Award, Geena Davis will make an appearance to pick up The Sarasota Film Festival Impact Award and producer Sarah Green ("The Tree of Life," "Frida") will be awarded the festival's Producer's Award.
Below find a list of the films competing in the Narrative and Documentary Competitions:
Narrative Feature Competition
"3," director: Tom Tykwer
"Kinyarwanda," director: Alrick Brown
"Old Cats," directors: Pedro Peirano, Sebastian Silva
"The Piano in a Factory," directors: Meng Zhang, Jae-young Kwak
"Terri," director: Azazel Jacobs
"Tuesday, After Christmas," director: Radu Muntean
Documentary Feature Competition
"Better This World," director: Katie Galloway
"Buck," director: Cindy Meehl
"Fake It So Real," director: Robert Greene
"How To Die In Oregon," director: Peter Richardson
"Last Days Here," directors: Don Argott, Demian Fenton
"Position Among the Stars," director: Leonard Retel Helmrich
"The Price of Sex," director: Mimi Chakarova
For the full lineup click here.