Miranda July'squirky drama Me And You And Everyone We Know and Gus Van Sant's tale of a rock starin despair Last Daysbookend the 31st Annual Seattle International Film Festival, which runs fromMay 19-Jun 12.
The 347-strongline-up includes pictures from more than 59 countries and boasts 10 world, 18North American and 10 US premieres, as well as spotlights on Argentina, musicand new pioneers of cinema.
Peter Sarsgaardwill collect the Golden Space Needle Award for Outstanding Achievement inActing, and audiences will get a chance to see him in Craig Lucas's Sundancehit and noir thriller The Dying Gaul, which also stars Campbell Scott and Patricia Clarkson.
The line-upincludes Tom Hooper's South African drama Red Dust starring Hilary Swank and ChiwetelEjiofor, as well as world premieres for The Gits, Kerri O'Kane's documentary about thetragedy-struck Seattle band, Deepwater, David S Marfield's study of delusion starring Lucas Blackand Peter Coyote, and Gabrielle Savage Dockterman's Missing In America, which stars Danny Glover as a Vietnamveteran who is entrusted with the care of a friend's feisty half-Vietnamesedaughter.
Also featuring are US premieres for Yesim Ustaoglu'sTurkish drama Waiting For The Clouds,Brad McGann's New Zealand mystery In My Father's Den, and Asif Kapadia's Himalayas-set adventure TheWarrior.
For further detailsabout the festival visit the official website at www.seattlefilm.org.