2007 Tribeca Film Festival organisers have announced the third and final group of feature selections for the Discovery, Showcase and Family Film Festival sections.

Discovery includes 39 narrative and documentary features from up-and-coming directors from 12 countries.

The line-up encompasses Matthew Barbato's sex reassignment documentary Alexis Arquette: She's My Brother; Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst's coming-of-age drama The Education Of Charlie Banks; and Paul Soter's femme fatale tale Watching The Detectives, which stars Lucy Liu and Cillian Murphy.

Showcase presents 14 selections from global festivals.

Entries include Annie Sundberg and Ricki Stern's Darfur genocide documentary The Devil Came On Horseback; Andrea Staka's Swiss-German portrait of three women
from former Yugoslavia in Fraulein (Das Fraulein); and Gyorgy Palfi's
Hungarian-Austrian-French dark comedy Taxidermia.

The Family Film Festival entries include Koichi Chigira's Japanese fantasy Brave Story; Michael Sellers' father-daughter drama Eye Of The Dolphin starring Carly Schroeder; and Juan Pablo Buscarini's Argentinian-Spanish adventure The Hairy Tooth Fairy.

The 2007 Tribeca Film festival is scheduled to run from April 25-May 6. For a complete list of films visit the official website at www.tribecafilmfestival.org.