This year's Tribeca Film Festival will run from June 8 to 19. It will open with Jennifer Lopez documentary Halftime and close with Loudmouth, a documentary about the Reverend Al Sharpton. We are currently inputting details of the line-up, so please check back.

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A young Nigerian woman seeking asylum in Ireland flounders in a maze of social services and bureaucracy as her situation becomes increasingly dire.
Billion Dollar Babies: The True Story Of The Cabbage Patch Kids
Billion Dollar Babies: The True Story Of The Cabbage Patch Kids
The story of the doll sensation.
The YouTube Effect
The YouTube Effect
YouTube has garnered over 2.3 billion users and is worth up to $300 billion dollars. At its center is its algorithm, something that threatens to destroy not only the platform, but the entire internet.
On The Line: The Richard Williams Story
On The Line: The Richard Williams Story
This film follows the outspoken patriarch of the Williams family who beat impossible odds to help daughters Venus and Serena become two of the greatest athletes of our time.
A driftless young woman discovers she's 11 weeks pregnant and has only 24 hours to make a consequential decision.
My Love Affair With Marriage
My Love Affair With Marriage
Some people spend their lives wondering why a marriage didn’t last. Signe Baumane set out to get some answers. The result is this animated film, which combines ancient mythology and contemporary neuroscience.
Unpacks the ethics and responsibility inherent in documentary filmmaking by examining well-known documentaries of the past decade and revealing the impact their commercial success has had on the lives of the onscreen subjects.
Valeria has long dreamed about becoming a mother. After learning that she’s pregnant, she expects to feel happy, yet something’s off. Nightmarish visions and an unshakeable paranoia have her questioning what she wants, and an ancient evil spirit may be the cause.
Maja and Leah’s new relationship is interrupted when mysterious things start happening in their London flat. It seems that Leah’s disapproving mother, who lives downstairs, is using Jewish folklore to come between them
Our Father, The Devil
Our Father, The Devil
A former child soldier struggling to come to terms with her past finds her world turned upside down with the arrival of a priest whom she belives she recognises.
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Tribeca Festival Features

The eyes of the world
Alex Winter on the changing social media landscape and The YouTube Effect
Hell to pay
Ellie Foumbi on child soldiers, second chances and Our Father, The Devil
The woman who wouldn't let go
Gabriel Bier Gislason on occult horror, Jewish mothers and Attachment
Off the rails
Eirik Tveiten, Gaute Lid Larssen, Sigrid Kandal Husjord, Ola Hoemsnes Sandum and Axel Barø Aasen on Night Ride
Everything under the stars
Gabriel Martins on life in a changing Brazil, and Mars One
Divine fury
Travis Stevens on artistic collaboration in A Wounded Fawn
A unexpected turning
Rahul Kohli on working with Mali Elfman and Katie Parker on Next Exit
Living in the truth
Mark Slutsky and Sarah Watts on religion, romance and You Can Live Forever
Their core strength
Clara Stern on Pia Hierzegger, Michael Haneke, Jules Et Jim and Breaking The Ice
Keeping traces
Amélie van Elmbt and Maya Duverdier on Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel
Court them in song and rhyme
Ethan Silverman on Angelheaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan & T. Rex
Connecting to Leonard Cohen
Dayna Goldfine and Dan Geller on Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song
The almost futuristic
Shirin Neshat on Michael Brook, Sheila Vand, Isabella Rossellini, Matt Dillon, Sam Shepard and Land Of Dreams
Describing the nuances
Moshe Rosenthal in conversation on Karaoke, Sasson Gabay, Rita Shukrun, and Lior Ashkenazi
King of the road
Lena Góra and Michal Chmielewski on Wim Wenders and Roving Woman
Tessa Louise-Salomé on The Wild One and the world of Jack Garfein
Being There
Simon Baker on Del Kathryn Barton, intergenerational trauma and Blaze
Sustainability in fashion
Becky Hutner on Amy Powney, llamas, sustainable fashion and Fashion Reimagined
Believe like a dream
Chef Mauro Colagreco on biodynamics, favourite authors and Reinventing Mirazur
Organic storytelling
Annette K Olesen on storytelling, Hans Christian Andersen and A Matter Of Trust
That timeless fairy-tale quality
Peter Hengl on Hansel and Gretel, the need to control, and Family Dinner
From Joyland to the Corner Office
Tribeca-bound producer on Cannes winner and the joy of storytelling
Tommy Walker and Ross Hockrow on Colin Kaepernick and Kaepernick & America
Tribeca highlights with the Artistic Director encore
Frédéric Boyer on more of what's coming up at the festival
Tribeca highlights with the Artistic Director
Frédéric Boyer on the success of Tribeca's 20th anniversary edition, and 2022 highlights
Taking the lead
Dale Dickey on stepping into the spotlight and her first onscreen romantic kiss in A Love Song
A Love Song to Colorado
Max Walker-Silverman on casting and quiet in his debut
Dream collector
Shirin Neshat on Jean-Claude Carrière and Land Of Dreams

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