The Cambridge Film Festival has unveiled a wide-rangingline-up of films to play at this year's event, which runs from July 8-18.

The festival says it has secured 40 UK premieres, includingPeter Greenaway's Antwerp: The Tulse Luper Suitcases Part 3, Japanese megahit Bayside Shakedown! and its sequel Bayside Shakedown! II, Richard Eyre's Stage Beauty, Olivier Assayas' Clean and Richard Linklater's BeforeSunset.

Other titles include Woody Allen's Anything Else, Agnes Jaoui's Cannes hit Comme UneImage and Marc Evans' SheHate Me.

There is also a strong documentary programme, with 23 titlesin the line-up such as The Corporation, End Of The Century, Fahrenheit 9/11,My Architect and SuperSize Me

Talentexpected to attend include Jeremy Irons, French actresses Julie Delpy andMariolu Berry, as well directors Marc Evans, Richard Eyre, Michael Winterbottomand Olivier Assayas, writer Jonathan Coe and actor Robert Carradine.

There is also a forum debate on the state of film criticism,which is being held on July 17.