The Los Angeles Film Festival has unveiled its full lineup to go with its opening-night film Lowriders. The titles, which include 42 world premieres, will play in the competitive U.S. Fiction, Documentary, World Fiction, LA Muse, and Nightfall sections. The 22nd annual event also includes a diverse slate of shorts and web series along with its competition lineup, representing 28 countries. Across the five feature competition categories, 43% of the films are directed by women and 38% are helmed by people of color.

As previously announced, Ryan Coogler (Creed) will serve as the fest’s Guest Director, and Selma helmer Ava DuVernay and Array Releasing will receive the festival’s annual Spirit of Independence Award.

Produced by Film Independent and held at the Arclight Cinemas (headquartered at ArcLight Culver City), LAFF runs June 1-9.

Here’s the full lineup of films and events:

U.S. FICTION COMPETITION

11:55dir. Ari Issler, Ben Snyder, USA, World Premiere

72 Hoursdir. Raafi Rivero, USA, World Premiere

Blood Stripe, dir. Remy Auberjonois, USA, World Premiere

Chee and Tdir. Tanuj Chopra, USA, World Premiere

Destined, dir. Qasim Basir, USA, World Premiere

Dreamstatesdir. Anisia Uzeyman, USA, World Premiere

GREEN / is / GOLD, dir. Ryon Baxter, USA, World Premiere

My First Kiss and the People Involved, dir. Luigi Campi, USA, World Premiere

Paint it Black, dir. Amber Tamblyn, USA, World Premiere

Tracktowndir. Jeremy Teicher, Alexi Pappas, USA, World Premiere

The View from Talldir. Erica Weiss, Caitlin Parrish, USA, World Premiere

Woven, dir. Salome Mulugeta, Nagwa Ibrahim, USA, World Premiere

DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION

Company Towndir. Natalie Kottke, Erica Sardarian, USA, World Premiere

Denialdir. Derek Hallquist, USA, World Premiere

Dr. Feelgooddir. Eve Marson, USA, World Premiere

Dying Laughingdir. Lloyd Stanton, Paul Toogood, USA/UK, World Premiere

The House on Coco Roaddir. Damani Baker, Grenada/USA, World Premiere

Jacksondir. Maisie Crow, USA, World Premiere

The Last Golddir. Brian T. Brown, Germany/USA, World Premiere

Looking at the Stars, dir. Alexandre Peralta, Brazil/Nicaragua/USA, World Premiere

Olympic Pride, American Prejudice, dir. Deborah Riley Draper, USA, World Premiere

Out of Iraqdir.  Eva Orner, Chris McKim, Canada/Iraq/Lebanon/USA, World Premiere

Political Animals, dir. Jonah Markowitz, Tracy Wares, USA, World Premiere

They Call us Monsters, dir. Ben Lear, USA, World Premiere

WORLD FICTION COMPETITION

Heis (chronicles)dir. Anaïs Volpé, France, World Premiere

Like Cotton Twinesdir. Leila Djansi, Ghana/USA, World Premiere

London Towndir. Derrick Borte, UK, World Premiere

Lupe Under the Sundir. Rodrigo Reyes, Mexico/USA, World Premiere

A Moving Image, dir. Shola Amoo, UK, World Premiere

Play the Devil, dir. Maria Govan, Trinidad/Bahamas/USA, World Premiere

LA MUSE

Actors of Sound, dir. Lalo Molina, Argentina/Finland/Germany/India/Ireland/USA, World Premiere

Girl Flu, dir. Dorie Barton, USA, World Premiere

Manchild: The Schea Cotton Story, dir. Eric “Ptah” Herbert, USA, World Premiere

Namour, dir. Heidi Saman, USA, World Premiere

No Light and No Land Anywheredir. Amber Sealey, USA, World Premiere

Sensitivity Trainingdir. Melissa Finell, USA, World Premiere

NIGHTFALL

Abattoir, dir. Darren Lynn Bousman, USA, World Premiere

Beyond the Gates, dir. Jackson Stewart, USA, World Premiere

Don’t Hang Up, dir. Alexis Wajsbrot, Damien Macé, UK, World Premiere

Mercy, dir. Chris Sparling, USA, World Premiere

Officer Downe, dir. M. Shawn Crahan, USA, World Premiere

Villisca, dir. Tony Valenzuela, USA, World Premiere

Short Films (58): From over 2,500 submissions, the short films selected represent 15 countries and 64% are directed by women. Short films are shown before features and as part of seven short film programs. Shorts will compete for juried prizes for fiction and documentary shorts, as well as an Audience Award for Best Short Film.

Future Filmmakers Showcase: High School Shorts (33)The LA Film Festival’s Future Filmmaker Showcase brings to the big screen the best films made by budding young filmmakers from across the country and the globe. In this diverse slate of films, incredibly accomplished high school students will present wild comedies, moving dramas, mesmerizing animation, introspective experimental films and everything in between. Program sponsored by Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television and Time Warner Foundation.

Episodes: Indie Series from the Web (13)

A showcase of independently crafted web series, celebrating rising creators whose work and subjects are innovative and unfiltered.

20 Seconds to Live, dir. Ben Rock, USA

Brothers, dir. Emmett Jack Lundberg, USA

Caring, dir. Maggie Kiley, USA

Fridays, dir. Anna Kerrigan, USA

The Ghost and the Negro, dir. Sylvester Folks, USA

Her Story, dir. Sydney Freeland, USA

Instababy, dir. Rosie Haber, USA

Literally So Busy, dir. Jerad Sloan, USA

Little Things, dir. Lex Halaby, Mila Shah, USA

Outside Comedy: Beth Stelling, dir. Thomas Wood, USA

Quirky Female Protagonist, dir. Yulin Kuang, USA

Shangri-LA, dir. Drew Rosas, USA

Time Out with Yes Please!, dir. Kholi Hicks, USA