Quentin Tarantino, Marcia Gay Harden, Juno director Jason Reitman and Diego Luna are among the jurors selected by the Sundance Institute for this month's festival in Park City.

Tarantino, Harden and Luna will sit on the dramatic competition jury alongside film-maker Mary Harron and actress Sandra Oh.

Documentary competition jurors are IFP executive director Michelle Byrd, Loki Films co-owner Heidi Ewing and fim-makers Eugene Jarecki, Steven Okazaki and Annie Sundberg.

World competition jurors are directors Shunji Iwai from Japan, Lucrecia Martel from Argentina and Jan Schuette from Germany.

World Documentary competition jurors are film-maker Amir Bar-Lev, director of the European Documentary Network Leena Pasanen from Finland and Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival executive director Ilda Santiago from Brazil.

Reitman is one of the American and international shorts jurors alongside film-maker Jon Bloom and actress Melonie Diaz.

Alfred P Sloan jurors comprise Alan Alda, film-maker Michael Polish, author Evan Schwartz, chief scientist of Walt Disney Imagineering Research And Development Benedict Schwengler and chief scientist and co-founder of Oblong Industries John Underkoffler.

Festival director Geoff Gilmore said this year's jurors were 'nothing less than visionaries, whose creativity, passion and commitment embody the festival.'