NEW YORK (AP) — The Tribeca Film Festival is back in Manhattan April 23-May 4 for its annual showcasing of new films.

About 125 feature premieres, from big Hollywood releases to indies and documentaries, are on the screening schedule this year. There are panel discussions and several free public events, including the Tribeca Drive-In at the World Financial Center (leave your car home!), April 24-26; the Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair on Greenwich Street, May 3, and the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Marathon, April 27 and May 3.

Venues range from Lower Manhattan to Union Square and the East Village.

The lineup of movies has not yet been made public, but typically the schedule includes something for fans of every genre, from drama to comedy to horror.

Tickets are $15 for evening and weekend screenings and $8 for daytime, weekday and late-night screenings. In addition, the festival will offer a few select screenings with panel discussions for $25. Sales start Feb. 28 (Feb. 21 for American Express cardholders).

Details at or 212-941-2400.