The Edinburgh International Film Festival (EIFF) has announced that its programme will include 22 documentary features this year.
There will be three galas for Chris Waitt's A Complete History Of My Sexual Failures, James Marsh's Man On Wire and Errol Morris' Standard Operating Procedure.
In addition, festival's Document section will show 19 films. All 22 docs will be eligible for the best documentary feature award.
The Document line-up includes Werner Herzog's Encounters At The End Of The World, Erik Nelson's Dreams With Sharp Teeth, Peter Geyer's Jesus Christ Savior, Alexandra Westmeier's Alone In Four Walls, Phie Ambo's Mechanical Love, Jerzy Sladkowki's Paradise, Corinna Villari-McFarlane's Three Miles North Of Molkom, Neasa Ni Chianain's Fairytale of Kathmandu, Xiaolu Guo's We Went To Wonderland, Gideon Koppel's Sleep Furiously, Daniel O'Connor and Neil Ortenberg's Obscene, Ron Davis and Stewart Halpern's Pageant, Margaret Brown's The Order Of Myths, C. Karim Chrobog's War Child, Miguel Kohan's Cafe De Los Maestros, Tamar Yarom's To See If I'm Smiling, Louise Hogarth's Angels In The Dust, David Schisgall's Very Young Girls and Pietra Brettkelly's The Art Star And The Sudanese Twins.
EIFF artistic director Hannah McGill said: 'The scope and quality of the documentaries we have viewed this year is incredibly impressive. It was very hard to whittle them back to this list, so these are the best of the best To present celebrated experts in their field alongside less familiar names is precisely what we strive for throughout the Festival.'
This year's festival runs June 18-29.