The Sundance Film Festival has announced its remaining feature films for the 2011 event, Jan. 20 to 30 in Park City, Ogden, Salt Lake City and Sundance. Organizers announced films in competition Wednesday, and, on Thursday, revealed the films not in competition. The later list featured more well-known actors, especially in the Premieres category.* Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris, Marisa Tomei and Greg Kinnear are in "Salvation Boulevard," about an evangelical preacher who charms a city and frames an ex-hippie for a crime he didn't commit.
* Kevin Spacey, Jeremy Irons, Demi Moore and Stanley Tucci appear in "Margin Call," about investment bankers struggling with ethics in the early stages of the 2008 financial crisis.
* Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel star in "My Idiot Brother," about a paroled pot dealer who moves in with his sisters so he can get back on his feet, but he just creates chaos.
* Paul Giamatti, Bobby Cannavale and Jeffrey Tambor star in "Win Win," about a disheartened attorney moonlighting as a high school wrestling coach. The coach discovers someone with star potential, and a mother who could derail her son's success.
* And Chaz Bono appears in "Becoming Chaz," a documentary about his physical transformation from female to male.
Additional big names appearing in Sundance films announced on Thursday include Al Pacino, Tobey Maguire, Katie Holmes, Laura Linney, John C. Reilly, John Goodman, Rutger Hauer, Alan Arkin, Ray Liotta and Rob Lowe.
New for this year's festival is a documentary premieres category, said festival director John Cooper in a statement.
"The decision to create a documentary premieres section was a natural evolution to shine a light on films with prominent filmmakers or anticipated subjects without distracting from documentaries in competition," he said.
Also new are a Native American showcase and a From the Collection screening of 1991's "Slackers."
Films selected to screen at Ogden's venue, Peery's Egyptian Theater, will be announced in mid- December, with individual tickets on sale Jan. 8. For more information, visit www.sundance.org.