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The mountains of Telluride will be full of stars over Labor Day weekend.

The 46th annual Telluride Film Festival unveiled its lineup and it includes buzzy projects likely to be awards season contenders.

James Mangold's racing drama "Ford v Ferrari," starring Matt Damon and Christian Bale, will have its world premiere. So will "Judy," featuring Renee Zellweger as the legendary Judy Garland. Zellweger herself will receive a festival tribute.

Also making their world premieres at Telluride is "Motherless Brooklyn" from writer/director/star Edward Norton and "The Aeronauts," which reteams "Theory of Everything" stars Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones.

Telluride's full line-up is below:

A Hidden Life (Terrence Malick, U.S.-Germany, 2019)

Beanpole (Kantemir Balagov, Russia, 2019)

Coup 53 (Taghi Amirani, U.K., 2019)

Diego Maradona (Asif Kapadia, U.K., 2019)

Judy (Rupert Goold, U.K.-U.S, 2019)

Family Romance (Werner Herzog, U.S.-Japan, 2019)

First Cow (Kelly Reichardt, U.S., 2019)

Ford v. Ferrari (James Mangold, U.S., 2019)

The Kingmaker (Lauren Greenfield, U.S., 2019)

Lyrebird (Dan Friedkin, U.S., 2019)

Marriage Story (Noah Baumbach, U.S., 2019)

Motherless Brooklyn (Edward Norton, U.S., 2019)

Oliver Sacks: His Own Life (Ric Burns, U.S., 2018)

Pain and Glory (Pedro Almodovar, Spain, 2019)

Parasite (Bong Joon-Ho, South Korea, 2019)

Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Celine Sciamma, France, 2019)

Tell Me Who I Am (Ed Perkins, U.K., 2019)

The Aeronauts (Tom Harper, U.S-U.K., 2019)

The Assistant Kitty Green, U.S., 2019)

The Australian Dream (Daniel Gordon, Australia, 2019)

The Climb (Michael Angelo Covino, U.S., 2019)

The Human Factor (Dror Moreh, U.K., 2019)

The Report (Scott Z. Burns, U.S., 2019)

The Two Popes (Fernando Merirelles, U.K., 2019)

Those Who Remained (Barnabas Toth, Hungary, 2019)

Uncut Gems (Josh and Benny Safdie, U.S., 2019)

Varda by Agnes (Agnes Varda, France, 2019)

Verdict (Raymund Ribay Gutierrez, Philippines, 2019)

Waves (Trey Edward Shults, U.S., 2019)

Women Make Film (Mark Cousins, U.K., 2019)