Tribeca Festival 2023

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Take Care Of Maya and Between The Rains
Between The Rains (Country: Kenya; Year: 2023; Director: Andrew H Brown, Moses Thuranira)
A coming-of-age documentary following a young member of a formerly nomadic northern Kenyan community as they deal with the environmental and psychological effects of climate change.
World premiere
Breaking The News (Country: US; Year: 2023; Director: Chelsea Hernandez, Heather Courtney, Princess A Hairston)
Follows the determined efforts of women and nonbinary journalists launching a news “start-up” to foreground voices omitted from mainstream news.
World premiere
The Gullspång Miracle (Country: Sweden, Norway, Denmark; Year: 2023; Director: Maria Fredriksson)
A pair of sisters' encounter with a woman who looks like their dead sibling proves to be just the start of a whale of a tale.
World premiere
The Lionheart (Country: US; Year: 2023; Director: Laura Brownson)
The on-track death of two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon shook motorsports to its core. Ten years later, Wheldon’s sons Sebastian and Oliver follow in their father’s footsteps, working through their grief behind the wheel at 200mph.
World premiere
Maestra (Country: US, France, Poland, Greece; Year: 2023; Director: Maggie Contreras)
Documentary follows women from different backgrounds as they compete in the first all-women competition for conducting.
World premiere
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Rule Of Two Walls and The Gullspång Miracle
Q (Country: Lebanon, United States; Year: 2023; Director: Jude Chehab)
The filmmaker explores her mother Hiba’s devotion to an all-female, secretive religious order in Syria.
World premiere
Richland (Country: US; Year: 2023; Director: Irene Lusztig)
Portrait of a nuclear company town that embraces its origins and divisive past, all while reflecting on its future.
World premiere
Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed (Country: US, UK, New Zealand; Year: 2023; Director: Stephen Kijak)
Examines the life of actor Rock Hudson, from his public "ladies' man" persona to his private life as a gay man.
World premiere
Rule Of Two Walls (Country: Ukraine; Year: 2023; Director: David Gutnik)
Explores the war in Ukraine through the lens of artists living and creating in the midst of unprecedented conflict.
World premiere
Stylebender (Country: New Zealand; Year: 2023; Director: Zoe McIntosh)
Documentary about MMA champion Israel Adesanya.
World premiere
Maestra Maestra
Maestra and Rock Hudson: All That Heaven Allowed
Take Care Of Maya (Country: US; Year: 2023; Director: Henry Roosevelt; Stars: Jack Kowalski, Maya Kowalski, Anthony Kirkpatrick)
When Jack and Beata Kowalski are wrongfully accused of child abuse after their 10-year-old daughter Maya visits the ER, a nightmare unfolds.
World premiere
Transition (Country: US; Year: 2023; Director: Jordan Bryon, Monica Villamizar)
Follows Australian filmmaker Jordan Bryon as he undergoes transition while embedded with Taliban forces.
World premiere

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