Tribeca Film Festival Announces the Rest of This Year's Lineup


Tribeca Film Festival Announces the Rest of This Year's Lineup


Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring film 'Maggie', William Monahan's 'Mojave', 'Anesthesisa', as well as Kevin Kerslake's documentary about the late DJ AM were among the line-ups.
The rest of the films lined up for this year's annual Tribeca Film Festival have just been announced. In addition to the previously announced World Narrative, Documentary Competition, and Viewpoints categories, the new announcement made covered films that will compete in the categories of Spotlight, Midnight, Special Screenings, and Work in Progress. Among a number of features making the list were Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring film Maggie", William Monahan's "Mojave", "Anesthesia", as well as Kevin Kerslake's documentary about the late DJ AM.

The 2015 Tribeca Film Festival will be kicked off beginning from April 15 to 26 at venues across downtown Manhattan. The event is set to be opened with the "Saturday Night Live" documentary "Live From New York!" and will include free screenings on April 24, as part of AT&T's "Film for All" Friday.

It has been reported before that advanced ticket packages and passes have been available for purchase on the Tribeca official site for American Express Card Members. Public in general could start purchasing tickets to the event next Monday, March 9.

SPOTLIGHT
  • "Aferim!", directed and written by Radu Jude, co-written by Florin Lazarescu . (Romania, Bulgaria, Czech Republic) - North American Premiere, Narrative. In Romanian with subtitles.
  • "Aloft", directed and written by Claudia Llosa. (Canada, France, Spain) - New York Premiere, Narrative. Starring Jennifer Connelly and Cillian Murphy.
  • "Among the Believers", co-directed by Hemal Trivedi and Mohammed Ali Naqvi, written by Jonathan Goodman Levitt. (Pakistan) - World Premiere. In Urdu with subtitles.
  • "Anesthesia", directed and written by Tim Blake Nelson. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Sam Waterston, Kristen Stewart, Glenn Close, and Cory Stoll.
  • "Angry Sky", directed by Jeff Tremaine. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "The Armor of Light", directed by Abigail Disney. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "As I AM: the Life and Times of DJ AM", directed and written by Kevin Kerslake. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Ashby", directed and written by Tony McNamara. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Emma Roberts and Sarah Silverman.
  • "Backtrack", directed and written by Michael Petroni. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Adrien Brody.
  • "Bleeding Heart", directed and written by Diane Bell. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Jessica Biel and Zosia Mamet.
  • "Cartel Land", directed by Matthew Heineman. (USA, Mexico) - New York Premiere, Documentary. In Spanish and English with subtitles.
  • "The Cut", directed and written by Fatih Akin, co-written by Mardik Martin. (Germany) - North American Premiere, Narrative. In Arabic, Armenian, and Spanish with subtitles.
  • "Dirty Weekend", directed and written by Neil LaBute. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Down in the Valley", directed by Jason Hehir. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "The Driftless Area", directed and written by Zachary Sluser. (Canada, USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Alia Shawkat, Frank Langella, Aubrey Plaza, and Ciaran Hinds.
  • "DRUNK STONED BRILLIANT DEAD: The Story of the National Lampoon", directed and written by Douglas Tirola, co-written by Mark Monroe. (USA) - New York Premiere, Documentary.
  • "The Emperor's New Clothes", made by Michael Winterbottom & Russell Brand (UK) - International Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Far from Men (Loin des Hommes)", directed and written by David Oelhoffen. (France) - U.S. Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Fastball", directed and written by Jonathan Hock. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "A Faster Horse", directed by David Gelb, and written by Mark Monroe. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Good Kill", directed and written by Andrew Niccol. (USA) - U.S. Premiere, Narrative. Starring Ethan Hawke, January Jones, and Zoe Kravitz.
  • "Grandma", directed and written by Paul Weitz. (USA) - New York Premiere, Narrative. Starring Lily Tomlin, Julia Garner, Marcia Gay Harden, Judy Greer, Laverne Cox, and Sam Elliott.
  • "Hungry Hearts", directed by Saverio Costanzo. (Italy) - U.S. Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Jimmy's Hall", directed by Ken Loach, written by Paul Laverty. (UK, Ireland, France) - North American Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Maggie", directed by Henry Hobson, written by John Scott 3. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Mojave", directed by and written by William Monahan. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.
  • "A Nazi Legacy: What Our Fathers Did", directed by David Evans, written by Philippe Sands (UK) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "The Overnight", directed and written by Patrick Brice. (USA) - New York Premiere, Narrative. Starring Judith Godreche, Taylor Schilling, Jason Schwartzman, and Adam Scott.
  • "Peggy Guggenheim - Art Addict", directed by Lisa Immordino Vreeland, written by Bernadine Colish, Lisa Immordino Vreeland, and John Northrup. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Prescription Thugs", directed by Christopher Bell, written by Josh Alexander. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Requiem for the American Dream", directed and written by Peter Hutchison, Kelly Nyks and Jared P. Scott. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Roseanne for President!", directed by Eric Weinrib. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Sleeping with Other People", directed and written by Leslye Headland. (USA) - New York Premiere, Narrative. Starring Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie.
  • "Slow West", directed by John Maclean. (UK, New Zealand) - New York Premiere, Narrative. Starring Kodi Smit-McPhee, Michael Fassbender, and Ben Mendelsohn.
  • "Steak (R)evolution", directed by Franck Ribiere. (France) - International Premiere, Documentary. In English, French with subtitles.
  • "Thought Crimes", directed by Erin Lee Carr. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • "Tumbledown", directed and written by Sean Mewshaw, co-written by Desi Van Til. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Rebecca Hall and Jason Sudeikis.
  • "The Wannabe", directed and written by Nick Sandow. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Vincent Piazza and Patricia Arquette.
  • "When I Live My Life Over Again", directed and written by Robert Edwards. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. Starring Amber Heard and Christopher Walken.
  • "Wondrous Boccaccio (Maraviglioso Boccaccio)", directed and written by Paolo Taviani and Vittorio Taviani. (Italy) - International Premiere, Narrative. In Italian with subtitles.

MIDNIGHT
  • "Bodyslam: The Revenge of the Banana!", directed and written by Ryan Harvie and John Paul Horstmann. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Emelie", directed by Michael Thelin, written by Richard Raymond Harry Herbeck. (USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Hyena",directed and written by Gerard Johnson. (UK) - U.S. Premiere, Narrative.
  • "Scherzo Diabolico", directed and written by Adrian Garcia Bogliano. (Mexico, USA) - World Premiere, Narrative. In Spanish with subtitles
  • "Stung", directed by Benni Diez, written by Adam Aresty. (Germany, USA) - World Premiere, Narrative.

SPECIAL SCREENINGS
  • "A Ballerina's Tale", directed and written by Nelson George. (USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • Followed by a Q&A with Misty Copeland and a special ballet performance by her mentees Erica Lall (American Ballet Theatre's Studio Company) and Naazir Muhammad (ABT's JKO School) sponsored by Under Armour.
  • "Mary J. Blige - The London Sessions", directed by Sam Wrench. (U.K., USA) - World Premiere, Documentary.
  • A performance from Mary J. Blige will follow the screening.
  • "Rifftrax Live: The Room". (USA) - World Premiere.
  • "Speedy", directed by Ted Wilde. (USA) - Newly restored print from the Criterion Collection, Narrative.

WORK IN PROGRESS
  • "LoveTrue", directed by Alma Har'el, (USA) - Work in Progress, Documentary.
  • "All Work, All Play", Directed by Patrick Creadon. (USA) - Work in Progress, Documentary.


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