Francois Duhamel
Devan Coggan
September 03, 2015 AT 06:37 PM EDT

The Telluride Film Festival has announced its official program selections for the 42nd festival with an eclectic lineup of feature films, documentaries, and a few special tributes to artists like director Danny Boyle, documentary filmmaker Adam Curtis, and actress Rooney Mara.

Boyle’s Steve Jobs, which stars Michael Fassbender as the late Apple head, will screen for the first time at Telluride, as will Sarah Gavron’s Suffragette, about the early English women’s rights movement, and Lenny Abrahamson’s Room. Scott Cooper’s Black Mass, starring Johnny Depp as James “Whitey” Bulger, and Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight, which tells the story of the Boston Globe reporters who uncovered a sex scandal in the Catholic Church, will make their North American debuts. Documentaries like Charles Ferguson’s Time to Choose and Davis Guggenheim’s He Named Me Malala will also screen.

The festival will run Sept. 4 through Sept. 7. See the full lineup of feature films below:

Carol (directed by Todd Haynes, U.S.)

Amazing Grace (directed by Sydney Pollack, U.S.)

Anomalisa (directed by Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, U.S.)

Beasts of No Nation (directed by Cary Fukunaga, U.S.)

He Named Me Malala (directed by Davis Guggenheim, U.S.)

Steve Jobs (directed by Danny Boyle, U.S.)

Ixcanul (directed by Jayro Bustamante, Guatemala)

Bitter Lake (directed by Adam Curtis, U.K.)

Room (directed by Lenny Abrahamson, England)

Black Mass (directed by Scott Cooper, U.S.)

Suffragette (directed by Sarah Gavron, U.K.)

Spotlight (directed by Tom McCarthy, U.S.)

Rams (directed by Grímur Hákonarson, Iceland)

Mom and Me (directed by Ken Wardrop, Ireland)

Viva (directed by Paddy Breathnach, Ireland)

Taj Majal (directed by Nicoals Saada, France-India)

Siti (directed by Eddie Cahyono, Indonesia)

Heart of the Dog (directed by Laurie Anderson, U.S.)

45 Years (directed by Andrew Haigh, England)

Son of Saul (directed by Lázló Nemes, Hungary)

Only The Dead See the End of War (directed by Michael Ware, Bill Guttentag, U.S.-Australia)

Taxi (directed by Jafar Panahi, Iran)

Hitchcok/Truffaut (directed by Kent Jones, U.S.)

Time To Choose (directed by Charles Ferguson, U.S.)

Marguerite (directed by Xavier Giannoli, France)

Tikkun (directed by Avishai Sivan, Israel)

Winter On Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom (directed by Evgeny Afineevsky, Russia-Ukraine)

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