Tilda Swinton, Robert Duvall and groundbreaking visual artist Ralph Steadman will travel to Austin, Texas, next month for the
The trio, along with
Opening March 7, SXSW will screen 115 films, including the
Also featured are new films from David Gordon Green, who will bring his adaptation of the Larry Brown novel "Joe," starring
Other special events will commemorate the 40th anniversary of "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre," and the legacy of the original 1954 "Godzilla." Gareth Edwards, who is directing the new “Godzilla” movie due out this summer, will appear for a Q&A about the Japanese release.
The festival had previously announced hourlong sessions with filmmaker Wes Anderson, whose film "The Grand Budapest Hotel" opens in March and midnight movie legend Alejandro Jodorowsky.
Swinton's new vampire film "Only Lovers Left Alive," directed by Jim Jarmusch, will screen at SXSW, as will the comedy "Bad Words," Bateman's directorial debut.
Favreau will talk with Myers about his first directorial effort, "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon," which will screen in Austin.
More information is available at sxsw.com/film.