Kathryn Bigelow's bomb disposal thriller The Hurt Locker, Greg Mottola's comedy Adventureland and Spike Lee's Broadway musical adaptation Passing Strange have joined the line-up at the South By Southwest Film Conference And Festival, set to run in Austin, Texas, from March 13-21.

The full roster of 108 features and 54 world premieres includes Joe Swanberg's Alexander The Last, Nash Edgerton's The Square and Michael Paul Stephenson's Best Worst Movie, as well as several of the more prominent Sundance titles such as Lynn Shelton's Humpday, Duncan Jones' Moon and Cary Fukunaga's Sin Nombre.

The line-up includes Sebastian Gutierrez's Women In Trouble, Wyatt McDill's Four Boxes, David Lee Miller's My Suicide, Tim McCanlie's The Two Bobs, Brant Sersen's Splinterheads and Andrew Bujalski's Beeswax.

They join previously announced films such as the opening night film I Love You, Man and centerpiece screening Observe And Report, as well as documentaries Objectified, New World Order, RiP: A Remix Manifesto and Winnebago Man.

The eight narrative feature competition entries are: Kyle Bogart's Artois The Goat about a romantic's quest to create the world's greatest goat's cheese; Paul Cotter's Bomber; Daryl Wein's Breaking Upwards; Kris Swanberg's It Was Great, But I Was Ready to Come Home; Judi Krant's Made In China; John Bryant's The Overbrook Brothers; Scott Teems' That Evening Sun; and True Adolescents by Craig Johnson.

Vying for the documentary competition award are: Bill Ross' 45356; Mai Iskander's Garbage Dreams; Geralyn Pezanoski's MINE: Taken By Katrina; Kristian Fraga's Severe Clear; Nirit Pered's Say My Name; Aron Gaudet's The Way We Get By; and Peter Esmonde's Trimipin: The Sound Of Invention.

Festival programmers selected the entries from 1,511 feature submissions comprising 1,220 American and 291 international films.

'We couldn't be more delighted with SXSW 2009 line-up,' Film Conference and Festival producer Janet Pierson said. 'It's a great continuation of the quality SXSW is known for: plenty of compelling, new film-making talent across all budget lines, engaging documentaries ranging from the socially conscious to the hilarious, electrifying music films, prominent Texas themes, cutting edge and smart Hollywood films, and an even greater exploration into global cinema.'

For the complete line-up visit www.sxsw.com.