Tribeca Festival 2022

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88 and Sansón And Me
88 (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Eromose; Writer: Eromose; Stars: Brandon Victor Dixon, Naturi Naughton, Orlando Jones, Thomas Sadoski, William Fichtner, Amy Sloan)
The Financial Director for a democratic super PAC behind a frontrunner presidential candidate investigates donations uncovering a conspiracy.
Narrative. World premiere
Breaking The Ice (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Clara Stern; Writer: Clara Stern; Stars: Alina Schaller, Judith Altenberger, Tobias Samuel Resch, Pia Hierzegger, Wolfgang Böck)
An Austrian woman escapes from the pressure of running her family’s vineyard by playing ice hockey. Then a new player arrives to challenge her rigid worldview, leading to a life-changing night on the streets of Vienna.
Narrative. World premiere
Carajita (Country: Dominican Republic; Year: 2021; Director: Ulises Porra, Silvina Schnicer; Writer: Ulises Porra, Ulla Prida, Ulla Prida, Silvina Schnicer; Stars: Cecile van Welie, Magnolia Nunez, Richard Douglas, Adelanny Padilla, Mario Cersósimo, Eduardo Martinez Sturla, Clara Luz Lozano, Yuberbi de la Rosa, Javier Hermida, Génesis Buret,)
Sara and her nanny Yarisa have a relationship that seems to transcend their class condition but an accident will test their loyalty.
Narrative. New York premiere
Carol & Johnny (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Colin Barnicle; Writer: Colin Barnicle; Stars: Johnny Madison Williams, Carol Hawkins-Williams, Don Glasser, Helen Williams, Cindy Hawkins)
Two of the most infamous bank robbers in American history, Carol Marie Williams and Johnny Madison Williams Jr, tell their love story in their own words.
Documentary. World premiere
Dreaming Walls (Dreaming Walls: Inside The Chelsea Hotel) (Country: Belgium, France, Netherlands, Sweden; Year: 2022; Director: Maya Duverdier, Amélie van Elmbt; Writer: Maya Duverdier, Amélie van Elmbt)
Documents a critical juncture in the Chelsea Hotel's history, as it prepares to evict longtime residents and transform into a luxury hotel.
Documentary. North American premiere
Liquor Store Dreams Liquor Store Dreams
Liquor Store Dreams and Our Father, The Devil
Hommage (Omaju) (Country: South Korea; Year: 2021; Director: Shin Su-won; Stars: Lee Jeong-eun, Kwon Hae-hyoTang Joon-sang)
A jobless female filmmaker is offered work restoring a film which ultimately reveals the struggles that have faced female directors in Korea.
Narrative. North American premiere
Land Of Gold (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Nardeep Khurmi; Writer: Nardeep Khurmi; Stars: Tina Parker, Iqbal Theba, Ben Hall, Dhruv Uday Singh, Darryl Cox, Chris Freihofer, Pallavi Sastry, Nardeep Khurmi, Julie Bersani, Caroline Valencia, Dustin Wilson, Eshan Inamdar, Kate Kugler, John Russell Coker, Da'Neille Roy)
When truck driver Kiran hears pounding on a shipping container and finds a young Mexican-American girl inside, his already tumultuous life takes a drastic turn as he seeks to reunite her family.
Narrative. World premiere
Lift (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: David Peterson)
The New York Theatre Ballet’s LIFT program offers scholarships to children experiencing homelessness, helping them develop untapped skills as classical dancers. Spanning 10 years, this film follows their turbulent journeys from shelter to stage.
Documentary. World premiere
Liquor Store Dreams (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: So Yun Um; Writer: Christina Sun Kim, So Yun Um; Stars: Mark Burton, Danny Park, May Park, Hae Sup Um, So Yun Um)
A portrait of two Korean American children of liquor store owners reconciling their dreams with those of their immigrant parents, against the backdrop of struggles for racial equity in Los Angeles.
Documentary. World premiere
Our Father, The Devil (Mon Pere, Le Diable) (Year: 2021; Director: Ellie Foumbi; Writer: Ellie Foumbi; Stars: Babetida Sadjo, Souleymane Sy Savané, Jennifer Tchiakpe, Franck Saurel, Martine Amisse)
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.
Narrative. North American premiere
Breaking The Ice Breaking The Ice
Breaking The Ice and Dreaming Walls
Peace In The Valley (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Tyler Riggs; Writer: Tyler Riggs; Stars: Dendrie Taylor, Brit Shaw, Michael Abbott Jr., Michael Aaron Milligan, Jordan Cox, Alex Van, Nakia Dillard, Guy Messenger, William Samiri, Nicky Buggs, Virginia Kirby, Jaclyn Beck, Nicholas Cordts, Nikkita Johnson, Jp Lambert)
In the aftermath of a senseless act of violence, a young mother must learn to manage her overwhelming grief - not only for her own peace of mind but for the sake of her young son.
Narrative. World premiere
Petit Mal (Country: Colombia; Year: 2022; Director: Ruth Caudeli; Writer: Ruth Caudeli; Stars: Silvia Varón, Ruth Caudeli, Ana María Otálora)
Three charismatic women living in an intimate, passionate partnership must learn to navigate the shift in their dynamic when one lover is called away for a long-term project.
Narrative. World premiere
Roving Woman (Country: Poland, US; Year: 2022; Director: Michal Chmielewski; Writer: Lena Gora, Michal Chmielewski; Stars: Lena Gora, John Hawkes, Chris Hanley, Brian McGuire, Ed Mattiuzzi)
A break-up leaves Sara reeling and directionless, standing alone on her ex's doorstep in a ballgown. Following her impulses, she starts to drive through the desert and makes unexpected connections along the way.
Narrative. World premiere
Sansón And Me (Sansón y Yo) (Country: Mexico, US; Year: 2022; Director: Rodrigo Reyes; Stars: Antonio González Andrade, Miguel Andrade, Noé Andrade, Gerardo Reyes)
Documentary tracing a young immigrant’s path from coastal Mexico to a life sentence for murder in California.
Documentary. World premiere
To The End (Country: US; Year: 2022; Director: Rachel Lears)
Stopping the climate crisis is a question of political courage, and the clock is ticking. Over three years of turbulence and crisis, four remarkable young women of colour fight for a Green New Deal, and ignite a historic shift in US climate politics.
Documentary. New York premiere
Carajita Carajita
Carajita and You Can Live Forever
You Can Live Forever (Country: Canada; Year: 2022; Director: Mark Slutsky, Sarah Watts; Writer: Sarah Watts, Mark Slutsky; Stars: Anwen O'Driscoll, June Laporte, Liane Balaban, Antoine Yared, Hasani Freeman, Deragh Campbell, Catherine-Amélie Côté, Marc-Antoine Auger, Jude Ferris, Tim Campbell, Xavier Roberge, Lenni-Kim Lalande, HoJo Rose, Jordan Sawyer, Bentley Hughes)
Two teenage girls begin a secret relationship in a strict Jehovah’s Witness community.
Narrative. World premiere

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