Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Film Festival was founded in 2002 after the reaction to the loss of the Tribeca neighborhood on September 11, 2001. This year’s event, held April 16 through April 27, features 22 narratives and 9 documentaries. Each year the festival brings an estimated three million people and raises $600 million each year. The Emerald Coast Film Commission is participating in the festival with Film Florida.

This Year’s Features

5 to 7
Directed and written by Victor Levin

About Alex
Directed and written by Jesse Zwick

Alex of Venice
Directed by Chris Messina, written by Jessica Goldberg and Katie Nehra & Justin Shilton

All About Ann: Governor Richards of the Lone Star State
Directed by Keith Patterson and Phillip Schopper

Boulevard
Directed by Dito Montiel, written by Douglas Soesbe

Bright Days Ahead (Les beaux jours)
Directed by Marion Vernoux, written by Fanny Chesnel

Chef
Directed and written by Jon Favreau

Every Secret Thing
Directed by Amy Berg, written by Nicole Holofcener

In Order of Disappearance (Kraftidioten)
Directed by Hans Petter Moland, written by Kim Fupz Aakeson

In Your Eyes
Directed by Brin Hill, written by Joss Whedon

Just Before I Go
Directed by Courteney Cox, written by David Flebotte

Keep On Keepin’ On
Directed and written by Alan Hicks, co-written by Davis Coombe

Life Partners
Directed and written by Susanna Fogel, co-written by Joni Lefkowitz

Love is Strange
Directed and written by Ira Sachs, co-written by Mauricio Zacharias

Lucky Them
Directed by Megan Griffiths, written by Huck Botko and Emily Wachtel

Manos Sucias
Directed and written by Josef Wladyka, co-written by Alan Blanco

Match
Directed and written by Stephen Belber

Miss Meadows
Directed and written by Karen Leigh Hopkins

The Newburgh Sting
Directed by David Heilbroner and Kate Davis, written by David Heilbroner

Night Moves
Directed and written by Kelly Reichardt, co-written by Jon Raymond

The One I Love
Directed by Charlie McDowell, written by Justin Lader

The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir
Directed by Mike Fleiss

Palo Alto
Directed and written by Gia Coppola, adapted from Palo Alto: Stories by James Franco

The Search for General Tso
Directed by Ian Cheney

Silenced
Directed by James Spione

Sister
Directed and written by David Lascher, co-written by Todd Camhe

Slaying the Badger
Directed and written by John Dower

Super Duper Alice Cooper
Directed and written by Reginald Harkema, Scot McFadyen, and Sam Dunn

Third Person
Directed and written by Paul Haggis

Untitled Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson Documentary

Venus in Fur (La Vénus à la fourrure)
Directed and written by Roman Polanski, co-written by David Ives

The Canal
Directed and written by Ivan Kavanagh

Der Samurai
Directed and written by Till Kleinert

Extraterrestrial
Directed by Colin Minihan, written by The Vicious Brothers

Indigenous
Directed by Alastair Orr, written by Max Roberts

Intramural
Directed by Andrew Disney, written by Bradley Jackson

Preservation
Directed and written by Christopher Denham

Zombeavers
Directed and written by Jordan Rubin, co-written by Al Kaplan and Jon Kaplan

Choose Your Own Documentary
Project Creators: Nathan Penlington, Fernando R. Gutierrez De Jesus, Nick Watson, and Sam Smaïl

Circa 1948
Project Creator: Stan Douglas with the NFB Digital Studio

Clouds
Project Creators: Jonathan Minard, James George

On a Human Scale
Project Creator: Matthew Carey

Use of Force
Project Creator: Nonny de la Peña

6
Directed by Louie Psihoyos

A Brony Tale
Directed by Brent Hodge, written by Ashleigh Ball and Hodge

Journey to the West (Xi You)
Directed and written by Tsai Ming Liang

This Time Next Year
Directed by Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman

True Son
Directed by Kevin Gordon

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