Chattanooga Film Festival organizers have announced the final wave of films, special guests and workshops for the March 31–April 3 event.
Festival badges are still available for purchase here.
Clint Howard will be appearing with a 35 mm print of "The Wraith." Other special guests include Christopher Holmes, an editor who worked on "Five Easy Pieces" and "The Last Dragon," and Daniel Noah and stuntwoman Zoe Bell for their project "Camino."
Director Paul Marchand and producer/Metallica bassist Robert Trujillo will also be at the festival for a question-and-answer session.
According to a release, special guests will also offer workshops during the weekend. Highlights include a special effects and makeup workshop with James Sizemore, a workshop on getting the best out of a low budget with Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella, and an acting workshop with Stevie Ray Dallimore of "Paper Towns" and "Ender's Game."
Emily Best from Seed & Spark will offer a two-part workshop about crowdfunding and the art of the pitch; Rick Clark of AMC's "Hell on Wheels" and "Up in the Air" will give tips on craft; and, last but not least, CFF will offer a panel discussion featuring animators and comedians from Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and "Archer."
Newly added films without available trailers are "Mind's Eye," "The Alchemist Cookbook," "Don't Panic," "It Was a Colossal Teenage Movie Machine!: The AIP Story," "Refinery Surveyor Black" and "Karaoke Crazies."
Trailers from other added films are below.
"The Comedy of Terrors"
"The Greasy Strangler"