By Oliver Gettell
April 05, 2016 at 02:10 AM EDT
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Rob Reiner, Margo Martindale, and Patrick Wilson have joined the lineup of this year’s Montclair Film Festival, organizers announced Tuesday.

Reiner, director of the upcoming drama Being Charlie, will participate in a conversation with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert. Martindale, who appears on the FX spy series The Americans, will chat with Ad Week writer Jason Lynch. Details have yet to be revealed for the conversation with Wilson, whose upcoming films include The Conjuring 2 and The Founder.

The fifth installment of the New Jersey gathering also unveiled the 10 narrative and 10 documentary films competing in four categories.

The narrative feature competition comprises Sophia Takal’s Always Shine, Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Chevalier, Lorenzo Vigas’ From Afar (Desde Alla), Terence Davies’ Sunset Song, and Babak Anvari’s Under the Shadow.

The documentary feature competition includes Kirsten Johnson’s Cameraperson, Robert Greene’s Kate Plays Christine, Laura Dunn’s The Seer, Keith Maitland’s Tower, and Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s Weiner.

The Future/Now Competition features Adam Pinney’s The Arbalest, Berndt Mader’s Booger Red, Kris Avedisian’s Donald Cried, Anna Rose Holmer’s The Fits, and Jake Mahaffy’s Free in Deed.

And the New Jersey Films competition includes Ted Braun’s Betting on Zero, Bill Ross and Turner Ross’ Contemporary Color, Jason Cohen’s Silicon Cowboys, Heidi Brandenburg Sierralta and Mathew Orzel’s When Two Worlds Collide, and Dave Adams and Josie Swantek’s The Wrong Light.

The festival previously announced Roger Ross Williams’ Life, Animated as the opener, James Schamus’ Indignation as the narrative centerpiece, Ido Haar’s Presenting Princess Shaw as the documentary centerpiece, and Barbara Kopple’s Miss Sharon Jones as the closer.

The Montclair Film Festival runs April 29 to May 8. Visit the festival website for the full lineup.