Tribeca Festival 2024

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Driver Driver
Driver and Made In Ethiopia
Antidote (Country: UK; Year: 2024; Director: James Jones)
Documentary focusing on whistleblowers and activists who have worked to uncover Vladimir Putin’s deadly regime - and are now facing dangerous and fatal consequences for their courageous actions.
Bad Actor: A Hollywood Ponzi Scheme (Director: Joslyn Jensen; Stars: Zach Avery)
Wannabe actor Zachary Horwitz was desperate to make it big as a movie star. The only thing stopping him was talent.
Checkpoint Zoo (Country: UK; Year: 2024; Director: Joshua Zeman)
After the Russian invasion, thousands of animals were trapped behind enemy lines at the zoo in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Running out of food and water while facing constant peril from Russian bombs, a heroic team of zookeepers and volunteers undertake a daring rescue.
The Debutantes (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Contessa Gayles)
Focusing on the first group of Black debutantes in Canton, Ohio in over a decade, this documentary follows the young women as they unpack the ball’s troubled legacy and chart their path forward, both for tradition and themselves.
Driver (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Nesa Azimi)
An exploration of resolute female long-haul truck drivers pursuing validation for their hard-earned work as they navigate the oppressive forces in their industry.
Hacking Hate (Country: Sweden; Year: 2024; Director: Simon Klose; Writer: Simon Klose; Stars: My Vingren)
Follows award-winning Swedish journalist My Vingren as she goes undercover online as a white supremacist in order to expose a network of neo-Nazis and far-right organizations that are viciously fostering hate speech and extremism on a global scale.
Made In Ethiopia (Country: US, Denmark, Canada, UK, South Korea; Year: 2024; Director: Max Duncan, Xinyan Yu; Writer: Max Duncan, Xinyan Yu)
An exploration of the rapid industrialisation in modern-day Ethiopia and China's economic gamble in Africa, seen through the experiences of three women.
New Wave (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Elizabeth Ai; Writer: Elizabeth Ai)
Exploration of the Vietnamese new wave music scene and its connection to the past.
Pirópolis (Country: Chile; Year: 2024; Director: Nicolás Molina)
A company of volunteer firefighters in the Chilean port city of Valparaiso battle wildfires, and witness political and social turmoil of a more man-made kind.
Quad Gods (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Jess Jacklin)
Profile of the world’s first all quadriplegic esports gaming team.
Sabbath Queen (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Sandi Simcha Dubowski; Writer: Francisco Bello, Sandi Simcha Dubowski, Jeremy Stulberg)
Consideration of the life of Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, a 39th generation Orthodox rabbi - and drag queen.
Shelf Life (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Ian Cheney)
A global odyssey into the world of cheese, drawing unexpected parallels between the ageing of cheese and the human experience of growing old.

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