The Eye On The World international selection includes this year's Palme d'Or winner The Class, Waltz With Bashir, Everlasting Moments and Tokyo.
Luminaria Awards for lifetime achievement will go to James Cromwell, composer Howard Shore and cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond in honour of his longtime friend, the late Laszlo Kovacs.
Other SFFF screenings include Weiner Takes All: A Dogumentary and the Weinstein Company's Fanboys, which follows a group of Star Wars fans as on their mission to steal an early copy of Episode 1 from George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch.
Programming partner National Geographic will bring about 15 films from indigenous cultures, while Jody Lambert's Of All The Things, Daniel Junge's The Iron Ladies Of Liberia and Keif Davidson's Kassim The Dream screen under the auspices of the presenting sponsor American Film Institute's Project 20/20 programme.
The New York Jewish Film Festival returns with three films and Heineken returns as a presenting sponsor with the Heineken Red Star Award.
For further information visit www.santafefilmfestival.com.