PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Rhode Island's annual international film festival — the largest in New England — is set to open its six-day run.

The Rhode Island International Film Festival is scheduled to start Tuesday evening at the Vets in Providence. It will show an estimated 200 feature-length, documentary and short films through Sunday.

This is the festival's 16th year. Screenings will take place at various locations in Providence, Barrington, Bristol, Jamestown and Westerly.

The films on view were selected from 4,700 submissions, a record for the festival. The films come from 51 countries and 32 U.S. states, and include 28 world premieres and 26 North American or U.S. premieres.