Tribeca Film Festival 2022

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An Act Of Worship (Country: US; Year: 2021; Director: Nausheen Dadabhoy)
Portrait of the last 20 years of Muslim Life in America as told through the lens of Muslims living in the United States.
World premiere
Battleground (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Cynthia Lowen; Writer: Cynthia Lowen, Nancy Novack)
Heading distinctly different anti-choice organizations, three women lead the charge in their single-minded quest to overturn Roe v. Wade, as they face down forces equally determined to safeguard women’s access to safe and legal abortions.
World premiere
The Cave of Adullam (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Laura Checkoway; Stars: Kevin L Collins Jr., Gabriel Davenport, Daniel White, Tamarkus Williams, Jason Wilson)
Living by the mantra 'it's easier to raise boys than to repair broken men', martial arts sensei Jason Wright tenderly guides his often-troubled young Detroit students with a beautifully effective blend of compassion and tough love.
World premiere
Hidden Letters (Country: China; Year: 2022; Director: Violet Du Feng, Qing Zhao; Writer: Violet Du Feng, John Farbrother; Stars: Simu Wu, He Yanxin, Xin Hu)
In modern-day China, two women strive to preserve Nushu, an ancient secret language that bonded generations of Chinese women together through centuries of oppression in a clandestine support system of sisterhood and survival.
World premiere
Katrina Babies (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Edward Buckles Jr; Writer: Edward Buckles Jr, Luther Clement Lam, Audrey Rosenberg; Stars: Cierra Chenier, Quintina Thomas Green, Calvin Baxter, Damaris Calliet, Miesha Williams, Arnould Burks)
A first-person account of the short-term and long-term devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina, as told by young people who were between the ages of three and 19 when the levees broke.
World premiere
Lakota Nation Vs United States (Country: United States; Year: 2022; Director: Jesse Short Bull, Laura Tomaselli; Writer: Layli Long Soldier; Stars: Nick Tilsen, Phyllis Young, Henry Red Cloud, Krystal Two Bulls, Nick Estes, Candi Brings Plenty)
Poet Layli Long Soldier crafts a searing portrait of her Oyate’s connection to the Black Hills, through first contact and broken treaties to the promise of the Land Back movement.
World premiere
My Name Is Andrea (Year: 2022; Director: Pratibha Parmar; Writer: Andrea Dworkin, Pratibha Parmar; Stars: Andrea Dworkin, Amandla Stenberg, Soko, Andrea Riseborough, Ashley Judd, Christine Lahti, Michael Selle)
Portrait of feminist writer Andrea Dworkin, one of the most controversial and misunderstood figures of the 20th century, who fought passionately for justice and equality for women.
World premiere
Naked Gardens (Country: US, France; Year: 2022; Director: Patrick Bresnan, Ivete Lucas; Writer: Ivete Lucas)
Documentary travels inside an isolated nudist community in Florida – where residents find a place to feel accepted, deal with their past traumas and jointly pursue forming a utopian society.
World premiere
Sophia (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Jon Kasbe, Crystal Moselle; Writer: Daniel Koehler; Stars: David Hanson)
Film about David Hanson – a restless inventor aiming to perfect the world’s most life-like A.I.
World premiere
A Story Of Bones (Country: UK; Year: 2022; Director: Joseph Curran, Dominic Aubrey de Vere; Stars: Peggy King Jorde, Annina Van Neel)
Chronicles Annina van Neel's tireless work to reclaim and honor the neglected history of St Helena after the remains of thousands of formerly enslaved Africans are uncovered on the remote island.
World premiere
Subject (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Camilla Hall, Jennifer Tiexiera; Writer: Camilla Hall, Lauren Saffa, Jennifer Tiexiera; Stars: Arthur Agee, Mukunda Angulo, Elaine Friedman, Jesse Friedman, Ahmed Hassan, Michael Peterson, Margaret Ratliff, Susanne Reisenbichler, Lisa Walsh)
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.
World premiere
The Wild One (Country: France; Year: 2022; Director: Tessa Louise-Salomé; Writer: Elizabeth Kamir Schub, Tessa Louise-Salomé, Sarah Terquem; Stars: Willem Dafoe, Peter Bogdanovich, Irène Jacob, Blanche Baker, Jack Garfein)
Jack Garfein - Holocaust survivor, theater and film director, key figure in the formation of the Actors Studio - vividly, animatedly, passionately recalls a life where historical tragedy and personal art formed a unique, driving, uncompromising vision.
World premiere
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