The 12-day New York celebration of cinema will include the debut of 51 narrative films and 45 documentaries.
This Tribeca Film Festival — known for discovering emerging voices and celebrating beloved filmmaking talent — just announced their feature film lineup for the 17th edition, per Deadline.
This year’s festival — which received 8,789 submissions — features 96 films altogether, from 103 filmmakers. Of the 96 films, 46 percent of them are directed by women, the highest percentage in the festival’s history.
The breakdown of the lineup includes: 75 world premieres, five international premieres, nine North American premieres, three United States premieres and four New York Premieres.
The program includes 46 first-time filmmakers, with 18 returning directors.
There will be movies starring, amongst others: Sarah Jessica Parker, Annette Bening, Elisabeth Moss, Ewan McGregor, Saoirse Ronan and Billy Crystal.
The closing night film will be the premiere of the documentary “The Fourth Estate”. Made by Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus, it follows the New York Times coverage of the Trump administration’s first year.
The Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 18 to 29. JB
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