Tribeca Festival 2023

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Boca Chica (Country: Dominican Republic; Year: 2023; Director: Gabriella A Moses; Writer: Marité Ugás, Mariana Rondón; Stars: Scarlet Camilo, Jean Cruz, Lia Chapman, Xiomara Rodriguez)
Follows twelve-year-old Desi in her pursuit of becoming a famous singer. As Desi braces to leave her hometown, she's met with deep-seated secrets that have long tormented her family and their coastal Dominican community.
World premiere
Dead Girls Dancing (Country: Germany, France; Year: 2023; Director: Anna Roller; Writer: Anna Roller; Stars: Luna Jordan, Noemi Liv Nicolaisen, Katharina Stark, Sara Giannelli)
On a road trip across Italy, four recent high school graduates stumble upon an abandoned village. Away from the expectations of parents and teachers, they experiment with the limits of their newfound freedom.
World premiere
The Future (Country: Israel; Year: 2023; Director: Noam Kaplan; Writer: Noam Kaplan; Stars: Reymonde Amsellem, Samar Qupty, Dar Zuzovsky, Aviva Ger, Salwa Nakkara)
Nurit, a criminal profiler, is recruited by Israel’s secret service to interrogate a young Palestinian woman who assassinated a government minister. Over the course of their meetings, Nurit realises some uncomfortable truths.
World premiere
Je'vida (Country: Finland; Year: 2023; Director: Katja Gauriloff; Writer: Katja Gauriloff, Niillas Holmberg; Stars: Agafia Niemenmaa, Heidi Juliana Gauriloff, Sanna-Kaisa Palo, Seidi Haarla, Erkki Gauriloff, Matleena Fofonoff)
When embittered Sámi elder Je’vida returns to her childhood home to ready it for sale, she is flooded with the memories of a life shaped by deep systemic racism and the unyielding love of her grandfather, leading to a life-changing epiphany.
World premiere
Marinette (Country: France; Year: 2023; Director: Virginie Verrier; Writer: Virginie Verrier; Stars: Garance Mariller, Emilie Dequenne, Alban Lenoir, Fred Testot, Sylvie Testud)
Biopic of pioneering French female football star Marinette Pichon.
International premiere
Richelieu (Country: Canada, France, Guatemala; Year: 2023; Director: Pier-Philippe Chevigny; Writer: Pier-Philippe Chevigny; Stars: Ariane Castellanos, Marc-André Grondin, Nelson Coronado, Marvin Coroy, Maria Mercedes Coroy)
After a bad breakup, Ariane moves home and gets a job as an interpreter for seasonal migrant workers. Witnessing workplace abuses, Ariane must decide how far she is willing to go to speak out against injustice.
World premiere
Silver Haze (Country: Netherlands, UK; Year: 2023; Director: Sacha Polak)
Franky comes from a gritty East London borough and works as a nurse. When she falls head over heels in love with her patient Florence, her life changes profoundly.
North American premiere
A Strange Path (Country: Brazil; Year: 2023; Director: Guto Parente; Writer: Guto Parente; Stars: Lucas Limeira, Carlos Francisco, Tarzia Firmino, Rita Cabaço)
A young filmmaker returns to his hometown and attempts to reconnect with his father as the pandemic rapidly accelerates across Brazil. However, their relationship proves to be more complicated with increasingly bizarre phenomena occurring as they get closer.
World premiere

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