Tribeca Film Festival 2018

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The Dark The Dark
The Dark and Braid
7 Stages To Achieve Eternal Bliss By Passing Through The Gateway Chosen By The Holy Storsh (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Vivieno Caldinelli; Writer: Christopher Hewitson, Clayton Hewitson, Justin Jone; Stars: Kate Micucci, Sam Huntington, Dan Harmon, Taika Waititi, Mark McKinney)
Midwestern couple Claire and Paul are thrilled to find a great deal on an affordable Los Angeles apartment. But the rent is cheap for a reason: cult members keep breaking in at random to commit ritual suicide in their bathtub.
World premiere
Braid (Nobody Leaves) (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Mitzi Peirone; Writer: Mitzi Peirone; Stars: Madeline Brewer, Sarah Hay, Scott Cohen, Imogen Waterhouse, Jill Dalton, Brad Calcaterra, Mauricio Ovalle, Mary Looram, Nancy Ozelli, Dhoni Middleton, Tai Lyn Sandhu, Ethel Fisher, Lenore Wolf, Zoe Feigelson, Zack Calhoon)
Two drug dealers on the lam seek refuge inside their mentally unstable friend’s mansion. But in order to stay, they have to participate in her elaborate, and increasingly dangerous, game of permanent make-believe.
World premiere
Cargo (Country: Australia; Year: 2017; Director: Ben Howling, Yolanda Ramke; Writer: Yolanda Ramke; Stars: Martin Freeman, Anthony Hayes, Susie Porter, Caren Pistorius, Kris McQuade, Natasha Wanganeen, Bruce R. Carter, Simone Landers, David Gulpilil, Joesiah Amos, Ella Barter, Ikee Blackman, Latrelle Coulthard, Karum Fisher, Shannon Mckenzie)
An infected father navigates a zombie-riddled Australian Outback with his infant daughter. Fortunately, he’s found an Aboriginal community that may hold the disease’s cure. Unfortunately, he has only 48 hours to live.
International premiere
The Dark (Country: Austria; Year: 2018; Director: Justin P Lange; Writer: Justin P Lange; Stars: Nadia Alexander, Toby Nichols, Karl Markovics, Margarete Tiesel, Dylan Trowbridge, Sarah Murphy-Dyson, Scott Beaudin, Chris Farquhar, Nadia Alexander, Toby Nichols, Karl Markovics, Margarete Tiesel, Dylan Trowbridge, Sarah Murphy-Dyson, Scott Beaudin)
Undead and hating it, young flesh-eater Mina haunts the woods surrounding her childhood home. When she befriends a physically abused boy, she must figure out why, for once, she isn’t feeling homicidal.
World premiere
You Shall Not Sleep (No dormirás) (Country: Argentina, Spain, Uruguay; Year: 2018; Director: Gustavo Hernández; Writer: Juma Fodde; Stars: Eva De Dominici, Natalia de Molina, Juan Manuel Guilera, Susana Hornos, Miguel Angel Maciel, Germán Palacios, Joche Rubio, Belén Rueda, Eugenia Tobal, María Zabay, Eva De Dominici, Natalia de Molina, Juan Manuel Guilera, Susana Hornos, Miguel Angel Maciel)
A young actress joins an experimental play set inside an abandoned asylum. The objective is clear: The actors must stay awake for as long as possible. The hospital's former residents, however, have different plans.
International premiere

Filming sensations Mathieu Amalric on Pierre Léon, Jeanne Balibar and the sounds and colours of Barbara

Character arc Seth A Smith on filming with a two-year-old and bringing marbling to life in The Crescent

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