San Francisco Film Society announced complete line-up for the 2015 San Francisco International Film Festival, which runs from April 23-May 7.

In its 58th year, the festival will showcase a total of 181 films, including two world premieres, five North American premieres and five US premieres.

This year’s line-up includes Stevan Riley’s Marlon Brando documentary Listen To Me Marlon, Andrew Bujalski’s comedy Results starring Cobie Smulders and Guy Pearce and the new Netflix series Chef’s Table, a food documentary from Jiro: Dreams Of Sushi director David Gelb.

The programme includes the world premiere of Jason Zeldes’ documentary Romeo Is Bleeding and Miranda July’s newest work New Society.

The festival will include tributes to Irving M Levin Directing Award recipient Guillermo del Toro and Peter J Owens Award recipient Richard Gere.

The San Francisco Film Society also features the popular Live & Onstage portion of the festival, which highlights films exhibited with live music, stage performance and interactivity.

As previously announced, Alex Gibney’s documentary Steve Jobs: Man In The Machine will screen as the festival’s opening night selection while Michael Almereyda’s Experimenter closes out the festival.

The centerpiece screening is James Ponsoldt’s The End Of The Tour (pictured), based on Dave Lipsky’s memoir about his time accompanying David Foster Wallace for five days during a publicity tour for Infinite Jest.