Tribeca Film Festival 2018

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All About Nina All About Nina
All About Nina and Little Woods
All About Nina (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Eva Vives; Writer: Eva Vives; Stars: Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Sonoya Mizuno, Clea DuVall, Chace Crawford, Camryn Manheim, Melonie Diaz, Common, Angelique Cabral, Beau Bridges, Ramona Young, Mindy Sterling, Jay Mohr, Andree Vermeulen, Kate del Castillo, Victor Rasuk)
A woman wrestles with difficult issues in her personal life as she strives to become a successful comedian.
World premiere
Diane (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Kent Jones; Writer: Kent Jones; Stars: Jake Lacy, Mary Kay Place, Phyllis Somerville, Kerry Flanagan, Ray Iannicelli, Jennifer Delora, Joe James, Crystal Tweed, Ann Osmond, Ann Lucente, David Tuttle, Patrick Husted, Lorenzo Beronilla, Dierdre Friel, Jenny Kirlin)
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.
World premiere
Duck Butter (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Miguel Arteta; Writer: Miguel Arteta, Alia Shawkat; Stars: Mae Whitman, Alia Shawkat, Laia Costa, Kumail Nanjiani, Hong Chau, Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass, Lindsay Burdge, Kate Berlant, Wolf Fleetwood-Ross, Mel Eslyn, Pamela Drake Wilson, Michele Williams, Rhoda Pell, Chandra Gerson)
Two women, jaded by dishonest and broken relationships, make a pact to spend 24 uninterrupted hours together, having sex on the hour... but not everything goes as planned.
World premiere
Ghostbox Cowboy (Country: China, US; Year: 2018; Director: John Maringouin; Writer: John Maringouin, Specialist, David Zellner; Stars: David Zellner, Specialist, Robert Longstreet, Vincent Xie, JR Cazet, Carrie Gege Zhang, Steve Musselman, Tax Ninja, Angelina Liu, James Nan Lin, Christopher Fung, Larry Kitagawa, David Zellner, Specialist, Robert Longstreet)
Tech entrepreneur Jimmy Van Horn arrives in China armed with an invention and confidence, only to learn that being American is not enough to succeed.
World premiere
Little Woods (Crossing The Line) (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Nia DaCosta; Writer: Nia DaCosta; Stars: Tessa Thompson, Lily James, James Badge Dale, Lance Reddick, Luke Kirby, Elizabeth Maxwell, Luci Christian, Jeremy St. James, Joe Stevens, Morgana Shaw, Lawrence Varnado, Alexis West, Charlie Ray Reid, Gary Teague, Jason Newman)
Two estranged sisters are driven to extremes when their mother dies, leaving them with one week to pay back her mortgage.
World premiere
Diane Diane
Diane and Song Of Back And Neck
Maine (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Matthew Brown; Writer: Matthew Brown; Stars: Pete Burris, Laia Costa, Thomas Mann, Yossie Mulyadi, Pete Burris, Laia Costa, Thomas Mann, Yossie Mulyadi)
A married woman’s journey of self-discovery and introspection while solo-hiking the Appalachian Trail ends up sidetracked when she encounters a lone hiker.
World premiere
Mapplethorpe (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Ondi Timoner; Writer: Mikko Alanne, Ondi Timoner; Stars: Matt Smith, Marianne Rendón, Mark Moses, John Benjamin Hickey, Carolyn McCormick, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tina Benko, Hari Nef, Mickey O'Hagan, Kerry Butler, McKinley Belcher III, Karlee Perez, Kenya Brome, Karan Oberoi, John Bolton)
In the late Sixties, art-school dropout Robert Mapplethorpe moves into the Chelsea Hotel with dreams of stardom.
World premiere
O.G. (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Madeleine Sackler; Writer: Stephen Belber; Stars: Jeffrey Wright, William Fichtner, Boyd Holbrook, Mare Winningham, David Patrick Kelly, Yul Vazquez, Bahni Turpin, Ryan Cutrona, Ato Essandoh, Kevin Jackson, Jeffrey Wright, William Fichtner, Boyd Holbrook, Mare Winningham, David Patrick Kelly)
An inmate entering the final weeks of a 20-plus year sentence must navigate between old loyalties and a new protégé, while he also grapples with the looming uncertainty of life on the outside.
World premiere
Song Of Back And Neck (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Paul Lieberstein; Writer: Paul Lieberstein; Stars: Paul Feig, Rosemarie DeWitt, Nora Kirkpatrick, Paul Lieberstein, Clark Duke, Robert Pine, Ryan Lee, Brian d'Arcy James, Sam Anderson, Chelsea Cook, Luke Spencer Roberts, Jennifer Prediger, Paul Kwo, Raymond Ma, Treisa Gary)
A hapless man seeking treatment for his crippling back pain discovers a very unusual talent and unexpected love.
World premiere
State Like Sleep (Country: US; Year: 2018; Director: Meredith Danluck; Writer: Meredith Danluck; Stars: Katherine Waterston, Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Michiel Huisman, Mary Kay Place)
Following the death of her husband, Katherine travels to Brussels, where a few loose ends become a web of secrets as she untangles her late spouse’s mysterious last days alive.
World premiere

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