LisaCholodenko's latest Cavedweller,Ed Burns' Looking For Kitty andDavid Duchovny's directorial debut House Of D starring Robin Williams will have their worldpremieres at this year's Tribeca Film Festival which takes place May 1 to 9.

Allthree films are featured in the Spotlight section unveiled yesterday, whichfocuses on the work of movie stars and master directors. Also included are theworld premiere of John Walter's documentary In Search Of Ted Demme and A Conversation With Emmanuelle Beart in whichthe actress will discuss her career followed by a screening of Andre Techine's Strayed.

Worldpremieres in the Showcase section include Tony Piccirillo's The 24thDay (US), Jordan Hawley's 50 WaysTo Leave Your Lover (US), Tim Dalyand J Clark Mathis' Bereft (US),Marisol Torres' Boricua (US),Mark Bamford's Cape Of Good Hope(South Africa), Jane Kennedy's Cinderella Of The Cape Flats (South Africa), Unsu Lee's Happily Ever After (US), Jacob Gentry's Last Goodbye (US), Shawn Regruto's Point & Shoot (US), Jeffrey Chapman's Rape In A Small Town: The Florence Holway Story (US) and thelatest film from Iran's Bahman Ghobadi - The War Is Over!.

Among the films in theRestored And Rediscovered section are Peter Glenville's Becket (1964), John Cassavetes' Shadows (1961), Mikhail Kalatozov's The Cranes Are Flying and Melvin Van Peebles' Sweet Sweetback BaadAssss Song (1971).