Kinnear will attend the world premiere of his directorial debut "Phil," while Danner and Heche will receive awards at the festival taking place April 5-14.

Three stars with Oscar, Emmy and Tony wins and nominations between them will soon make their way to Sarasota.

Before unveiling its full lineup, Sarasota Film Festival announced this year’s opening and closing night films, as well as its celebrity guests.

The closing night film of the 21st annual film festival, which returns April 5-14, will be the world premiere of Oscar-nominated actor Greg Kinnear’s directorial debut “Phil.” Kinnear will attend the April 13 screening at Sarasota Opera House.

He also stars in the dark comedy as a depressed dentist who makes it his mission to find why his patient with a seemingly perfect life abruptly committed suicide. Kinnear received an Oscar nomination for his role in “As Good As It Gets” and has also appeared in “Little Miss Sunshine,” “You’ve Got Mail” and recently on the final season of Netflix’s “House of Cards.”

Blythe Danner will receive a SFF Icon Award and also stars in the festival's centerpiece film “The Tomorrow Man,” which premiered at Sundance Film Festival and features her and John Lithgow as two aging eccentrics who fall in love. The Emmy and Tony-winning and Golden Globe-nominated actress has appeared in films and shows such as “Meet the Parents” and “Will & Grace.” Danner attended Sarasota Film Festival in 2015 with her critically acclaimed drama "I'll See You in My Dreams."

Actress Anne Heche will receive the SFF Career Tribute Award. Along with film roles in “Donnie Brasco,” “Six Days Seven Nights” and the upcoming "The Best of Enemies," Heche received a Tony nomination for her turn in the 2004 Broadway revival of “Twentieth Century” alongside Alec Baldwin.

“Mike Wallace is Here,” a documentary about the veteran “60 Minutes” newsman that also premiered at Sundance, will screen as this year’s opening night film April 5 at Sarasota Municipal Auditorium. Director Avi Belkin will attend the festival.

All four guests will participate in the festival’s In Conversation With series. The full lineup of films and events will be announced next week.

“The Sarasota audiences are sure to enjoy two engaging and completely different films at the start and end of our festival,” festival chairman and president Mark Famiglio said in a statement. “Mike Wallace is a historic figure with a remarkable story, and we are delighted to have Greg Kinnear share the world premiere of his directorial debut. We are honored to present awards to Blythe Danner and Anne Heche, whose work over the years have entertained audiences and who could not be more worthy of special, distinguished recognition.”