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Tribeca Film Festival Announces 2020 Dates and Opens Submissions

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The Press Release:
The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced that its 19th edition will take place April 15-26, 2020 in New York City. Since its inception in 2001, Tribeca has been a platform for new work from established filmmakers and discoveries from emerging voices, while exploring innovations in storytelling across film, TV, VR, online, music, gaming and more.

Submissions for the 2020 Festival will open on August 19 via Tribeca’s website or FilmFreeway for feature and short films; episodic and online storytelling; virtual and immersive; and branded entertainment. Under the purview of Cara Cusumano, newly named Festival Director, Tribeca will continue its tradition of curating a program that unites artists and diverse audiences to support great storytelling.

Last year’s Festival featured a slate of feature films; acclaimed shorts programming; Tribeca N.O.W. (New Online Work), a showcase of artists working in the online space; Tribeca Immersive; Tribeca Talks; and Tribeca TV with series world premieres including Emmy-nominated Chernobyl, breakout hit The Hot Zone, and more. Tribeca celebrated diverse voices with 40% of the feature films having one or more women directors, people of color directed 29% of the feature films and 13% of the feature films were from individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. The Festival hosted Tribeca Celebrates Pride, an event honoring the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots with a day of conversations. Tribeca X, which honors excellence in branded entertainment, expanded with program new categories and a day of conversations with innovators at the intersection of advertising and entertainment.
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Tribeca Film Festival @ Various Theaters

The Tribeca Film Festival is here and taking place in assorted venues and cinemas across our media Metropolis. Tickets, scheduling and special packages can be found HERE so come on out and support the next big hit.

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Tribeca Film Festival @ Various Theaters

The Tribeca Film Festival is here and taking place in assorted venues and cinemas across our media Metropolis. Tickets, scheduling and special packages can be found HERE so come on out and support the next big hit.

tribeca film festival logo

Tribeca Film Festival @ Various Theaters

The Tribeca Film Festival is here and taking place in assorted venues and cinemas across our media Metropolis. Tickets, scheduling and special packages can be found HERE so come on out and support the next big hit.

tribeca film festival logo

Announcing The Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Award Winners

Just a few hours ago, “The Chronicles” were sitting in the audience as the winners of the Tribeca Film Festival awards were announced and while I made some notes and snapped images with the mobile, a full proper press release with all the relevant information was ready for me to share with the readership a little while ago. There is a lot to read so get comfortable and settle into a beverage of choice and maybe get the reading glasses if you need them like I do nowadays. Here goes.

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The Press Release:
The 18th Annual Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced the winning filmmakers, storytellers, and actors in its competition categories at this year’s awards ceremony this evening at the Stella Artois Theatre at BMCC TPAC. The top honors went to Burning Cane for the Founders Award for Best U.S. Narrative Feature, House of Hummingbird (Beol-sae) for Best International Narrative Feature, and Scheme Birds for Best Documentary Feature. The Festival awarded $165,000 in cash prizes. The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival runs through May 5th.

Rania Attieh won the Nora Ephron Award and a $25,000 prize for Initials S.G. (Iniciales S.G.). The award, created seven years ago, honors excellence in storytelling by a female writer or director embodying the spirit and boldness of the late filmmaker.

Tribeca honored innovation in storytelling with its Storyscapes Award, which went to The Key, created by Celine Tricart.

“I’m so proud to see our juries reward a group of winners that is truly representative of the diversity of story and accomplishment in craft at this year’s Festival. We are particularly excited for the many first-time filmmakers the jury chose to recognize, and feel like this year’s winners signal a bright future ahead for independent film,” said Festival Director Cara Cusumano.
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