The 19th Tribeca Film Festival was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Select programming from the festival was screened online. You can read reviews of films from this programme here, which we will be adding to in the coming days.

This year's programme had been set to feature 114 films from 124 countries, including 95 world premieres. Forty-four films in the line-up were directed by women.

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No More Wings
No More Wings
Two old friends meet up at a favourite childhood haunt.
The Half Of It
The Half Of It
A shy Chinese-American straight-A student finds herself helping the school jock woo the girl they both secretly love.
Reformed ex-con Wayland returns to his hometown and reconnects with his high school girlfriend Dolores, now a single mom with dreams of Hollywood in Doyle’s fable-like tale of second chances.
Socks On Fire
Socks On Fire
Bo McGuire returns home to rural Alabama to document the bitter property feud between his homophobic aunt and gay uncle.
A mum tries to reconnect with her daughter as the younger woman struggles with a degenerative illness.
A young chef enters into a kitchen battle of wills.
Troy and his young transgender son Joe are on the run from his conservative mother in the Montana wilderness, with a detective in hot pursuit.
A documentary charting a mother, her daughter and granddaughter and cycles of addiction.
Banksy Most Wanted
Banksy Most Wanted
Banksy is a household name, but behind this name hides a multitude of stories, artworks, stunts, political statements and identities, leading to one of the art world’s biggest unanswered questions - who is Banksy?
Short documentary about female anti-poaching rangers in Zimbabwe.
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