NEW YORK (Reuters): From a crime drama starring actress Glenn Close to an Arnold Schwarzenegger film about a deadly zombie epidemic to an expose of the financial crisis, the Tribeca Film Festival unveiled a varied slate of movies. After announcing the documentary and narrative films in competition on Tuesday, the festival revealed its full schedule of nearly 100 feature-length films. As in previous years, the downtown New York event will pair films with live music, dance and comedy performances linked to them.

‘Mary J Blige - The London Sessions,’ about the recording of one of the rhythm and blues singer’s albums, will be followed by a concert at the Beacon Theater.