Neil LaBute, Isabella Rossellini and Jonathan Caouette are among the film-makers whose shorts will screen at the Sundance Film Festival next month.
On Monday  selectors announced a line-up of 81 short films from around the world culled from 6,467 submissions, representing a 6% rise over submissions for the 2010 festival.
The US narrative section includes LaBute’s sexting starring Julia Stiles as a young woman who encounters her boyfriend’s wife after a misdirected text.
Adam Yauch, the Oscilloscope Laboratories founder and former Beastie Boy, will present Fight For Your Right Revisited starring Elijah Wood, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, John C Reilly and Jack Black.
Lake Bell directed Worst Enemy, a comedy about a female misanthrope who gets herself stuck in a full body girdle.
Rossellini graces the US documentary section with Animals Distract Me and visits Mario Batali, Andre Leon Talley, Charles Darwin and a host of urban creatures in New York City.
Tarnation director Caouette is in New Frontier strand with All Flowers In Time, which stars Chloe Sevigny and is described as “a guided tour through the shattered remains of memory and identity.”
The short film programming team is led by Kim Yutani and Todd Luoto and includes Emily Doe, Ernesto Foronda, Jon Korn, Katie Metcalfe, Hebe Tabachnik and associate shorts programmer Lisa Ogdie.sund
Sundance is scheduled to run from January 20-31. For the full line-up visit the official website.