Tribeca announces feature line-up

Latest films from Stewart, Cera and Gladstone set to screen

by Amber Wilkinson

Michael Cera and Kristen Stewart star in Sacramento
Michael Cera and Kristen Stewart star in Sacramento Photo: Courtesy of Tribeca Festival

Lily Gladstone, Kristen Stewart, Jenna Ortega and Michael Cera are among the stars whose latest films will premiere at this year's Tribeca Festival in New York City. The festival will run from June 5 to 16 and open with documentary Diane von Furstenberg: Woman In Charge, directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Trish Dalton.

The programme features 103 feature films, including 86 world premieres. The films represent 48 countries and were chosen from a record-breaking 13,016 submissions. Among them is Michael Angarano's Sacramento, featuring Stewart and Cera, and Morrisa Maltz's Jazzy, which features Gladstone.

Half of the films in competition are directed by women and 35% of all feature films are directed by BIPOC filmmakers. There are 30 films directed by first-time filmmakers and 25 directors are making their return to the annual event.

Cara Cusumano, Tribeca Festival director and SVP of programming, said: “In a year of record high submissions, despite industry-wide challenges, and global tumult, our incredible filmmaking community delivered again with some of the most surprising, inspiring, hilarious, galvanizing, boundary-breaking and downright entertaining work we’ve had the privilege to feature at the festival.

“Whether grappling with everything from the crisis of global democracy to the most intimate of human dramas, it was heartening to be reminded of the undeniable power of a great film to illuminate our world.”

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