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The 17th Tribeca Film Festival will open with Love Gilda on April 18 and will close with The Fourth Estate on April 29. The festival will feature 74 premieres and its Centrepiece Gala will be Zoe, directed by Jake Doremus. The In addition to the feature film programme below, there is a full shorts programme and interactive segment. Read about the winners here.
In addition to the feature film strands below, there was a full short film programme. The award for Best Documentary short was won by Notes From Dunblane: Lessons From A School Shooting.
View Films by Strand:
- Documentary Competition
- International Narrative Competition
- Special Screenings
- Spotlight Documentary
- Spotlight Narrative
- US Narrative Competition
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In the Kenyan bush, a crackdown on ivory poaching forces a silver-tongued second-generation poacher to seek out an unlikely ally in this fly-on-the-wall look at both sides of the conservation divide.
Two estranged sisters are driven to extremes when their mother dies, leaving them with one week to pay back her mortgage.
A band of young scientists discover a radical new theory of the natural world — one that could help confront some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time.
In 1973, an unhinged American outlaw walked into a bank in Sweden demanding millions in cash in exchange for his hostages. The events that followed would capture the attention of the world and ultimately give a name to a new psychological phenomenon: Stockholm syndrome.
When artist-turned-filmmaker Jill Magid learns that the archives of Mexico's most famous architect are being held in a private collection, she devises a radical plan to return his legacy to the public.
In a courtroom in Queens, women facing prostitution charges may earn a chance at redemption thanks to an experimental programme. Documentary.
Two couples and a surrogate lay bare the complications, contradictions, heartbreak, and absurdities implicit in how we think about motherhood.
Diane is a devoted friend and caretaker, particularly to her drug-addicted son. But as those around her begin to drift away in the last quarter of her life, she is left to reckon with past choices.
When her babysitter doesn’t show, a single mother is forced to leave her precocious five-year-old daughter with the girl’s estranged father for a long weekend.
Journalist Assia Boundaoui sets out to investigate long-brewing rumors that her quiet, predominantly Arab-American neighborhood was being monitored by the FBI — and in the process, she exposes a surveillance program on a scale no one could have imagined.