Tribeca Festival 2024

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Alien Weaponry: Kua Tupu Te Ara (Country: New Zealand; Year: 2024; Director: Kent Belcher)
Meet Alien Weaponry, a thrash metal band that sings in the Maori language, as they figure out how to navigate the music industry, culture, family, tour, and each other.
Arzé (Country: Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt; Year: 2024; Director: Mira Shaib; Writer: Louay Khraish, Faissal Sam Shaib; Stars: Diamand Abou Abboud, Betty Taoutel, Bilal Al Hamwi, Shaden Fakih, Hagop Der Ghougassian, Junaid Zeineldine, Fouad Yammine, Fadi Abi Samra, Tarek Tamim, Elie Mitri, Joyce Nasrallah, Saad Kadri, Ibrahim Ajami, Mounir Challita, Kathy Youness)
When the scooter that struggling mother Arzé buys for her son to deliver her homemade pies is stolen, the two take a desperate, kaleidoscopic journey through Beirut in pursuit.
Boys Go To Jupiter (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Julian Glander; Stars: Jack Corbett, Grace Kuhlenschmidt, Elsie Fisher, Janeane Garofalo, Miya Folick, Tavi Gevinson, Julio Torres, Sarah Sherman, Chris Fleming, Cole Escola, Joe Pera, River L. Ramirez, Demi Adejuyigbe, Eva Victor, Max Wittert)
Suburban Florida is transformed into a 3D animated wonderland in this musical comedy.
Champions Of The Golden Valley (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Ben Sturgulewski)
Former Afghan Olympic hopeful Alishah Farhang establishes Afghanistan’s first ever ski club and the annual Afghan Ski Challenge competition in the ancient mountain town of Bamyan, bringing people together in an unlikely but joyful pastime.
Color Book (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: David Fortune; Writer: David Fortune; Stars: William Catlett, Terri J. Vaughn, Brandee Evans, Lynne Ashe, Candy McLellan, Njema Williams, Rhonda Johnson Dents, Jeremiah Alexander Daniels)
After his wife's death, a devoted father is learning to raise his son with Down syndrome as a single parent. While adjusting to their new reality, the two embark on a journey through Metro Atlanta to attend their first baseball game.
Darkest Miriam (Country: Canada; Year: 2024; Director: Naomi Jaye; Writer: Martha Baillie, Maureen Dorey, Naomi Jaye; Stars: Britt Lower, Tom Mercier, Sook-Yin Lee, Jean Yoon, Jaimara Beals, Clyde Whitham, Susannah Hoffmann, Scott McCulloch, Igor Shamuilov, Joshua Odjick, Sarah Li Wen Du, Anita Yung, Peter Millard, Danté Prince, Scott Ryan Yamamura)
The fog of grief shrouding Miriam, a branch librarian, begins to lift when she starts a love affair with cab driver Janko. But what’s the deal with the vaguely threatening letters she keeps finding?
Era Oculta - Hidden Era (Country: Mozambique; Year: 2024; Director: Carlos Vargas; Writer: Franziska Ruess, Carlos Vargas; Stars: Isaac Tivane, Ednora Matlombe, Ixon Tivane, Paula Matlombe)
In the vibrant city of Maputo, Mozambique, Rastafari artist Phambi works to support his young son’s education while resiliently navigating the complexities of living an artistic life in a dynamic city.
Restless (Country: UK; Year: 2024; Director: Jed Hart; Writer: Jed Hart; Stars: Aston McAuley, Lyndsey Marshal, Barry Ward, Kate Robbins, Ben Crowe, Matt Emery, Denzel Baidoo, Ken Doherty, Kate Webster, Tom Keller, Ciara Ford, Peter Dean, Juliet Guiness, Adam King, Declan Adamson)
The banal life of a middle-aged empty nester is violently shaken in the blink of an eye when hard-partying - and potentially dangerous - new neighbors move in next door.
Searching for Amani (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Debra Aroko, Nicole Gormley; Writer: Debra Aroko, Vickie Curtis, Peter Goetz; Stars: Simon Ali)
A 13-year-old aspiring journalist investigates his father’s mysterious murder within the boundaries of one of Kenya’s largest wildlife conservancies.
They’re Here (Country: US; Year: 2024; Director: Daniel Claridge, Pacho Velez)
A group of upstate New Yorkers share their close encounters with extraterrestrial beings.
Witches (Country: UK; Year: 2024; Director: Elizabeth Sankey)
Documentary examining the relationship between the cinematic portrayals of witches and the all-too-real experiences of postpartum depression by utilising footage that spans the entirety of film history alongside personal testimony.

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