World premieres for A Good Old Fashioned Orgy and documentary God Bless Ozzy Osbourne are Tribeca-bound as festival organisers announced the Spotlight, Cinemania and special screenings roster.

“Now that the majority of the programme has been announced I believe you will see the rich variety and quality of the films and talent that we are presenting at Tribeca this year,” director of programming David Kwok said. “The programme is about both discovery and showcasing a broad range of filmmaking to our eclectic and diverse audiences who are passionate about film.”

The fifth annual Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival, which takes place during TFF, will feature the world premiere of Alex Gibney’s Catching Hell as the centerpiece Gala. The film explores the relationship between Chicago Cubs fans and Steve Bartman following his infamous near-catch of a foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series.

The remaining features will be announced on March 23. The short film programme will be announced on March 16. The 10th edition of the festival will run from Apr 20-May 1 in lower Manhattan.

International and American cinema features 33 new releases and festival favorites

The Assault (L’assaut),dir Julien Leclerq (France). International Premiere.
Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest, dir  Michael Rapaport (USA). New York Premiere, Documentary.
Carol Channing: Larger Than Life, dir Dori Berinstein (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Detective Dee and the Mystery Of The Phantom Flame (Di Renjie), dir Tsui Hark. (Hong Kong-China). US Premiere, Narrative.
Fire In Babylon, dir Stevan Riley (UK). North American Premiere, Documentary.
God Bless Ozzy Osbourne, dir Mike Fleiss and Mike Piscitelli (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
The Good Doctor, dir Lance Daly (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.
A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, dir Peter Huyck and Alex Gregory (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.
The Guard, dir John Michael McDonagh (Ireland). New York Premiere, Narrative.
The Hideaways, dir Agnès Merlet (France-Ireland). World Premiere, Narrative.
Higher Ground, dir Vera Farmiga (USA). New York Premiere, Narrativ (pictured).
Janie Jones, dir David M. Rosenthal (USA). US Premiere, Narrative.
Klitschko, dir Sebastian Dehnhardt (Germany). World Premiere, Documentary.
L’amour Fou, dir Pierre Thoretton (France). US Premiere, Documentary.
Last Night, dir Massy Tadjedin (USA). US Premiere, Narrative.
Let the Bullets Fly, dir Jiang Wen (Hong Kong-China). International Premiere, Narrative.
Like Water, dir Pablo Croce (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Limelight, dir Billy Corben (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
The Loving Story, dir Nancy Buirski (USA). New York Premiere, Documentary.
New York Says Thank You, dir Scott Rettberg (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Mama Africa, dir Mika Kaurismaki (Germany-South Africa-Finland). International Premiere, Documentary.
A Matter Of Taste, dir Sally Rowe (USA). New York Premiere, Documentary.
My Piece Of The Pie (Ma Part Du Gateau),dir Ceidric Klapisch. (France). New York Premiere, Narrative.
The Perfect Family, dir Anne Renton (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.
Point Blank (A Bout Portant), dir Fred Cavaye (France). International Premiere, Narrative.
Puncture, dir Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.
A Quiet Life (Una Vita Tranquilla), dir Claudio Cupellini (Italy-Germany-France). New York Premiere, Narrative.
Renee, dir Eric Drath (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Revenge Of The Electric Car, dir Chris Paine. (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Roadie, dir Michael Cuesta (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.
Shakespeare High, directed by Alex Rotaru. (USA) – World Premiere, Documentary.
The Trip, dir Michael Winterbottom (UK). US Premiere, Narrative.
When the Drum Is Beating, dir Whitney Dow (USA-Haiti). World Premiere, Documentary.

Contemporary genre filmmaking, including science fiction, horror, exploitation, and fantasy

Beyond The Black Rainbow, dir Panos Cosmatos (Canada-Italy). International Premiere.
The Bleeding House, dir Philip Gelatt (USA). World Premiere.
Grave Encounters, dirs The Vicious Brothers (USA). World Premiere.
Neon Flesh (Carne De Neon), Paco Cabezas (Spain-Argentina-Sweden). North American Premiere.
Rabies (Kalevet),dirs Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado (Israel). North American Premiere.
Saint (Sint),dir Dick Maas (Netherlands). North American Premiere.
Trollhunter (Trolljegeren), dir Andre Ovredal (Norway). New York Premiere.
Underwater Love (Onna No kappa),dir Shinji Imaoka (Japan-Germany). World Premiere.

Special Screenings
The Bang Bang Club, dir Steven Silver (Canada-South Africa). US Premiere.
Everything Must Go, dir Dan Rush (USA). New York Premiere.

2011 Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival
Gala screening: Catching Hell, directed and written by Alex Gibney. (USA) – World Premiere.

The following Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival titles have already been announced in their respective sections:

Fire In Babylon, dir Stevan Riley (UK). North American Premiere, Documentary.
Like Water, dir Pablo Croce (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Marathon Boy, Gemma Atwal (UK). North American Premiere, Documentary.
Renee, dir Eric Drath (USA). World Premiere, Documentary.
Splinters, dir Adam Pesce (USA). World Premiere, Narrative.