New documentaries from Alex Gibney, Dan Setton and Andrew Capper and midnight chillers from Barry Levinson and Pete Travis, plus Genndy Tartakovsky’s animated “Hotel Transylvania,” will world preem at the Toronto Film Festival, it was announced Tuesday morning.

Ken Burns’ docu “The Central Park Five,” made with David McMahon and Sarah Burns, will get its North American preem.

The fest unveiled 70-plus titles, including complete slates for Midnight Madness, TIFF Docs, Vanguard, City to City (spotlighting Mumbai) and TIFF Kids.

Of the 10 pics in Midnight Madness, eight are world preems, including program opener Pete Travis’ “Dredd 3D,” the Alex Garland-penned futuristic cop actioner starring Karl Urban, which Lionsgate opens Sept. 21.

Hot world-preeming Midnight tickets include Barry Levinson’s parasite-ridden, eco-terror pic “The Bay”; Rob Zombie’s music-and-madness revenge tale “The Lords of Salem”; Nicolas Lopez’s Chile-set earthquake aftermath drama “Aftershock,” starring Eli Roth; Ryujei Kitamura’s table-turning hostage chiller “No One Lives”; J.T. Petty’s R-rated 3D exorcism comedy “Hellbenders”; Makinov’s island-set survival mystery “Come Out and Play”; and anthology “The ABCs of Death,” with 26 helmers, including Ben Wheatley, Ti West and Adam Wingard.

Helmer Martin McDonagh’s dark comedy “Seven Psychopaths,” starring Colin Farrell, Christopher Walken and Woody Harrelson, will receive its world preem.

Among the 30 docus announced, 19 are world preems, two featuring rapper Snoop Dogg: Andrew Capper’s “Reincarnated” follows Dogg’s latest reggae-fueled creative and spiritual exploits, and the rapper is one of several celebs interviewed in Jorge Hinojosa’s “Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp,” about the life and times of the street-culture icon.

World-preeming U.S. docus include Gibney’s exploration of abuse of power in the Catholic Church, “Mea Maximum Culpa: Silence in the House of God”; Marina Zenovich’s “Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out”; Dan Setton’s “State 194,” which examines recent events in the quest for Palestinian statehood; Matthew Cooke’s “How to Make Money Selling Drugs”; Nina Davenport’s “First Comes Love,” the filmmaker’s adventures in husband-free parenthood; Bartholomew Cubbins’ “Artifact,” about the band Thirty Seconds to Mars’ battles with EMI; “No Place on Earth,” helmer Janet Tobias’ look at five families who lived in caves for over a year to escape the Nazis; and Treva Wurmfield’s “Shepard & Dark,” following the friendship of Sam Shepard and Johnny Dark.

Three Canadian pics world-preeming in the TIFF Docs slate include Simon Ennis’ “Lunarcy,” Barry Avrich’s “Show Stopper: The Theatrical Life of Garth Drabinsky” and Jamie Kastner’s “The Secret Disco Revolution.”

International docus world-preeming at the fest include Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Act of Killing,” examining death squads’ role in genocide; Daniel Gordon’s “9.79*,” the legacy of the men’s 100-meter final at the 1988 Olympics; Mahdi Fleifel’s “A World Not Our” following three generations in a Lebanon refugee camp; Hala Alabdalla’s “As if We Were Catching a Cobra,” about artists’ struggles during recent Arab insurgencies; Damien Ounouri’s portrait of an Algerian War vet, “Fidai”; and Christopher Nelius and Justin McMillan’s adventure quest “Storm Surfers 3D.”

TIFF Kids’ four-pic slate includes the world preems of animated monster mash “Hotel Transylvania,” Evgeny Ruman’s “Igor & the Cranes’ Journey,” and Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich’s “Finding Nemo 3D.”

Vanguard delivers 14 pics, with Eva Sorhaug’s “90 Minutes,” Zhang Yuan’s “Beijing Flickers,” Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s “Here Comes the Devil,” Juan Carlos Medina’s “Painless” and Peaches’ “Peaches Does Herself” receiving world preems.

City to City spotlights an array of cinema from Mumbai with 10 pics, including world preems of Mohit Takalkar’s “The Bright Day,” Manjeet Singh’s “Mumbai’s King,” Hansal Mehta’s “Shahid” and Anand Gandhi’s “Ship of Theseus.”

The Toronto Film Festival runs Sept. 6-16.

“The ABCs of Death,” Kaare Andrews, Angela Bettis, Adrian Garcia Bogliano, Bruno Forzani and Helene Cattet, Ernesto Diaz Espinoza, Jason Eisener, Xavier Gens, Jorge Michel Grau, Lee Hardcastle, Noboru Iguchi, Thomas Cappelen Malling, Anders Morgenthaler, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Simon Rumley, Marcel Sarmiento, Jon Schnepp, Srdjan Spasojevic, Timo Tjahjanto, Andrew Traucki, Nacho Vigalondo, Jake West, Ti West, Ben Wheatley, Adam Wingard and Yudai Yamaguchi (World Premiere)
“Aftershock,” Nicolas Lopez, U.S./Chile (World Premiere)
“The Bay,” Barry Levinson, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Come Out and Play,” Makinov, Mexico (World Premiere)
“Dredd,” Pete Travis, U.S./U.K./India (World Premiere)
“Hellbenders,” JT Petty, U.S. (World Premiere)
“John Dies at the End,” Don Coscarelli, U.S. (Canadian Premiere)
“The Lords of Salem,” Rob Zombie, U.S./U.K./Canada (World Premiere)
“No One Lives,” Ryuhei Kitamura, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Seven Psychopaths,” Martin McDonagh, U.S./U.K. (World Festival Premiere)

“90 Minutes,” Eva Sorhaug, Norway (World Premiere)
“Beijing Flickers,” Zhang Yuan, China (World Premiere)
“Berberian Sound Studio,” Peter Strickland, U.K. (North American Premiere)
“Blondie,” Jesper Ganslandt, Sweden (North American Premiere)
“Here Comes the Devil,” Adrian Garcia Bogliano, Mexico/Argentina (World Premiere)
“Ill Manors,” Ben Drew, U.K. (International Premiere)
“Motorway,” Soi Cheang, Hong Kong (North American Premiere)
“Painless,” Juan Carlos Medina, Spain/France/Portugal (World Premiere)
“Peaches Does Herself,” Peaches, Germany (World Premiere)
“Pusher,” Luis Prieto, U.K. (North American Premiere)
“Room 237,” Rodney Ascher, U.S. (Canadian Premiere)
“Sightseers,” Ben Wheatley, U.K. (North American Premiere)
“Thale,” Aleksander Nordaas, Norway (Canadian Premiere)
“The We and the I,” Michel Gondry, U.S. (North American Premiere)

“9.79*,” Daniel Gordon, U.K. (World Premiere)
“Artifact,” Bartholomew Cubbins, U.S. (World Premiere)
“A World Not Ours,” Mahdi Fleifel, U.K./Lebanon/Denmark (World Premiere)
“The Act of Killing,” Joshua Oppenheimer, Denmark/Norway/U.K. (World Premiere)
“As If We Were Catching a Cobra,” Hala Alabdalla, Syria/France (World Premiere)
“Camp 14 — Total Control Zone,” Marc Wiese, Germany (North American Premiere)
“The Central Park Five,” Ken Burns, David McMahon and Sarah Burns, U.S. (North American Premiere)
“Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story,” Brad Bernstein, U.S. (North American Premiere)
“Fidai,” Damien Ounouri, France/Algeria/Qatar/China/Kuwait (World Premiere)
“First Comes Love,” Nina Davenport, U.S. (World Premiere)
“The Gatekeepers,” Dror Moreh, Israel/France/Germany/Belgium (International Premiere)
“The Girl from the South,” Jose Luis Garcia, Argentina (International Premiere)
“How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” Matthew Cooke, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Iceberg Slim: Portrait of a Pimp,” Jorge Hinojosa, U.S. (World Premiere)
“London — The Modern Babylon,” Julien Temple, U.K. (International Premiere)
“Lunarcy!,” Simon Ennis, Canada (World Premiere)
“Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God,” Alex Gibney, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Men at Lunch,” Sean O Cualain, Ireland (International Premiere)
“More Than Honey,” Markus Imhoof, Germany/Austria/Switzerland (North American Premiere)
“No Place on Earth,” Janet Tobias, U.S./U.K./Germany (World Premiere)
“Reincarnated,” Andrew Capper, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out,” Marina Zenovich, U.S. (World Premiere)
“The Secret Disco Revolution,” Jamie Kastner, Canada (World Premiere)
“Shepard & Dark,” Treva Wurmfeld, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Show Stopper: The Theatrical Life of Garth Drabinsky,” Barry Avrich, Canada (World Premiere)
“State 194,” Dan Setton, Israel/Palestine/U.S. (World Premiere)
“Storm Surfers 3D,” Christopher Nelius and Justin McMillan, Australia (World Premiere)
“The Walls of Dakar,” Abdoul Aziz
Cisse, Senegal (International Premiere)

“Ernest & Celestine,” Benjamin Renner, Vincent Patar, Stephane Aubier, France/Belgium/Luxembourg (North American Premiere)
“Finding Nemo 3D,” Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich, U.S./Australia (World Premiere)
“Hotel Transylvania,” Genndy Tartakovsky, U.S. (World Premiere)
“Igor & the Cranes’ Journey,” Evgeny Ruman, Israel/Poland/Germany (World Premiere)

“The Bright Day,” Mohit Takalkar, India (World Premiere)
“Gangs of Wasseypur — Part One,” Anurag Kashyap, India (North American Premiere)
“Gangs of Wasseypur — Part Two,” Anurag Kashyap, India (North American Premiere)
“Ishaqzaade,” Habib Faisal, India Canadian Premiere
“Miss Lovely,” Ashim Ahluwalia, India (North American Premiere)
“Mumbai’s King,” Manjeet Singh, India (World Premiere)
“Peddlers,” Vasan Bala, India (North American Premiere)
“Shahid,” Hansal Mehta, India (World Premiere)
“Shanghai,” Dibakar Banerjee, India (North American Premiere)
“Ship of Theseus,” Anand Gandhi, India (World Premiere)

“The Bitter,” Ash Larry Kent, Canada
“The Cloud Capped,” Star Ritwik Ghatak, India
“Dial M for Murder,” Alfred Hitchcock, U.S.
“Loin du Vietnam,” Joris Ivens, William Klein, Claude Lelouch, Agnes Varda, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, France
“Stromboli,” Roberto Rossellini, Italy/U.S.
“Tess,” Roman Polanski, France/U.K.