Festival films include:
-- "Max Rose," comedian Jerry Lewis' first film role in 20 years and with fellow comedian Mort Sahl.
-- "Enlighten Us," a documentary about motivational speaker James Arthur Ray, who tells the story of how three of his clients died in a sweat lodge during a 2009 retreat he presented in Sedona.
-- "Command and Control," a frightening story of an 1980 accident that nearly resulted in a powerful nuclear warhead exploding at a Titan II missile site in Arkansas.
Screenings of children's animated short films are also on the schedule.
Prices vary from $2 to $12 for films shown before noon, five tickets for $55 and a VIP Pass for $265 (purchased in advance) that provides entry to 24 films and the opening night reception.