"Time Brings About A Change ... A Floyd Dixon Celebration," the feature-length documentary on the jump-blues pianist, will cap the Arizona International Film Festival's "Filmstock" event.
"Zoom," the story of two high school kids in 1959 who decided to start a record label, screens on opening night.
"Indian Dreams" is the tale of an Indian man who takes a 2,000-mile journey to fulfill the dream of seeing the ocean.
"After Winter, Spring" documents farmers in southwestern France who have held on to peasant traditions.
"My Village, My Lobster" is a documentary on perils faced by commercial lobster fishermen on Nicaragua's Miskito Coast.
A discussion will follow the screening of "The Second Cooler," a look at how Latin Americans brave the desert to America.
"Escaramuza: Riding From the Heart," about the Mexican tradition of female horse riders, is also among the festival's opening night offerings.
Australian director James Khehtie will attend Friday's screening of "The Telegram Man," which stars Jack Thompson.
Tatanka Means stars as Buddy Begay, a finalist in a fictional fry bread competition in the mockumentary "More Than Frybread" by Phoenix filmmaker Travis Hamilton. It will screen at 4:30 p.m. April 28 at the Screening Room.
"Meherjaan," a film from Bangladesh about lost love, is one of six that will premiere Friday at the Arizona International Film festival's opening night at the Crossroads Festival.
Ab Jenkins was the original 1920s speedster on the Bonneville Salt Flats, a tale of daring documented in the movie "Boys of Bonneville: On a Ribbon of Salt." It screens April 17.
A single mother and her autistic daughter seek some common ground in the comedy-drama "Fly Away."
Children and relatives live near a mountain of trash, which they collect and recycle, in "The Tijuana Project."
"Patience of Memory" recalls destruction of Dresden via animation.