The World Premiere of Jeffrey Goodman's noir thriller The Last Lullaby starring Tom Sizemore and US premieres of the music documentaries Glass: A Portrait Of Philip In Twelve Parts and Sonic Youth: Sleeping Nights Awake are among 15 titles named in this year's AFI Dallas 2008 International Film Festival line-up.

Additional titles are: Stuart Townsend's WTO riots drama Battle In Seattle; Robyn Bliley's circus family documentary Circus Rosaire; Helen Hood Scheer's documentary Jump about jump roping competition; Vadim Perelman's high school shooting drama The Life Before Her Eyes (formerly In Bloom) starring Uma Thurman; and Sergei Bodrov's Kazakh Oscar nominated foreign language film Mongol.

The list continues with Robert Patton-Spruill's hip-hop documentary Public Enemy: Welcome To The Terrordome; Stuart Gordon's horror film Stuck starring Mena Suvari and Stephen Rea; Helen Hunt's directorial debut Then She Found Me; Bruce McDonald's Canadian drama The Tracey Fragments starring Oscar nominee Ellen Page; and Ringo Lam, Johnny To, Hark Tsui's three-part Germany/Hong Kong/Finland co-production Triangle.

Sundance 2008 entries scheduled to screen include Nacho Vigalondo's Spanish thriller Time Crimes (Los Cronocrimenes) and Alex Gibney's documentary Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr Hunter S Thompson.

The festival runs from Mar 27-Apr 6. For further information visit