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  • Release Year: 2016
  • Runtime: 96 minutes
  • Directed By: Vanessa Gould
  • Country: USA
Within the storied walls of The New York Times, a team of writers is entrusted with reflecting upon the luminaries, icons, and world leaders of our day. Vanessa Gould's fascinating documentary introduces us to those responsible for crafting the unequaled obituaries of the NYT. As we're taken through their painstaking process, we learn about the pressures accompanying a career spent shaping the story of a life. |Read More
Female Director(s), Documentary, New York, NY Director(s), Female Screenwriter(s)


  • Release Year: 2019
  • Runtime: 6 minutes
  • Country: USA
Obits explores the unexpected connections between the lives of three strangers who all died on the same day, revealing how much more we have in common than we might think. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2017
  • Runtime: 14 minutes
  • Country: South Korea
A young man travels alone deep into the countryside to pay his respects after hearing of a friend’s untimely death. Upon his arrival, he finds himself to be the sole mourner at the funeral. Alone in the country, save for the elderly mother of his deceased friend, he begins to wonder why they seem to be the only two people left in the village. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2008
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Directed By: Daniel Myrick
  • Country: USA
The director of The Blair Witch Project brings his singular brand of suspense to an exhilarating integration of war and mystery, revolving around a precarious CIA mission in Afghanistan.

Following the April 30th screening, American Express ® Cardmembers are invited to a complimentary after movie reception at the American Express Insider Center located at 27 Union Square West, Union Square Ballroom. Details to be provided at the theater! |Read More
Drama, Thriller


  • Release Year: 2018
  • Runtime: 10 minutes
  • Country: USA
Based on the critically acclaimed theatrical performance The Object Lesson, objects in mirror AR closer than they appear fuses augmented reality technology with an immersive theater installation, inviting audiences to reflect on the relationship between new media and archaic objects; 21st-century technology and 19th-century magic; and memory and optical illusion. The piece creates a philosophical playground to explore the shifting relationship between images, memories, and things. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2016
  • Runtime: 17 minutes
  • Directed By: Patrick Creadon and Greg Goggin
  • Country: USA
Energetic, charismatic, and creative, Wyland is best known for his 100 life-size whale murals found on walls and buildings around the world. The extent of Wyland's public artwork, his galleries, and his community service projects have made him one of the most recognized artists in the world. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2006
  • Runtime: 7 minutes
  • Country: USA
A skull at the beach, a busted watch, and a green brassiere are just some of the many wild images that are featured in this animated short. Director Emily Hubley plays with musical tones and shifting symbolic images to create eight moments when things come together in mysterious cohesion. Embellishing on surrealist themes, such as a picture puzzle, a one-word clue and a new tone played on an embellished musical scale, Octave provides a distinct mental location for the audience to explore their unconscious. |Read More
Music, Animation


  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Directed By: Nobuteru Uchida
  • Country: Japan
The Great East Japan Earthquake has just struck, the waters of the ensuing tsunami finally rolling back into the sea. In the comparative safety of Tokyo, two wives and a child living in the same apartment building have nothing to do but wait for their husbands’ return. Nobuteru Uchida finds a striking emotional core to the shock of March 11, 2011, crafting a tender and intelligent narrative on the internal effects of an unspeakable national tragedy. |Read More


  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
Bravo’s half-hour scripted comedy, Odd Mom Out, stars acclaimed author Jill Kargman playing a satirical version of herself as she navigates the elite ecosystem of New York’s Upper East Side, and the uber-wealthy mommy clique inhabiting this fantastically outrageous domain. Please join us for an exclusive opportunity to hear from Creator and Star Jill Kargman, Executive Producers Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky (Sex and the City, Smash) and to view a sneak peek of season two premiering this summer. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
  • Directed By: Nicole Opper
  • Country: USA
With white Jewish lesbians for parents and two adopted brothers—one mixed-race and one Korean—Brooklyn teen Avery grew up in a unique and loving household. Even so, she can't quell her curiosity about her biological African-American roots and decides to contact her birth mother. This choice propels Avery into her own complicated exploration of race, identity, and family that threatens to distance her from the parents she's always known. |Read More
Female Director(s), Sports, Documentary


  • Release Year: 2003
  • Runtime: 0:15 minutes
  • Directed By: Buboo Kakati
Michael, the teenage son of a New York City cab driver, balances school and a job while learning how to rise above circumstances. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 80 minutes
  • Directed By: Donal Mosher, Donal Mosher, and Michael Palmieri
  • Country: USA
The term "off-label" refers to the use of pharmaceuticals in any way counter to their prescribed dosage and function. Weaving together the powerful, personal stories of misdiagnosed patients, professional guinea pigs, recreational drug users, and soldiers struggling with PTSD, Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher (October Country) expose the breadth of off-label drug use and take us on an emotional road trip through an overmedicated, misdiagnosed, and drug-addled America. |Read More
Three festival filmmakers working in documentary, narrative, and webseries sit down with Kickstarter’s Director of Narrative, Elise McCave, to uncover the real story behind their crowdfunding triumphs, trials, and tribulations. Sam Voutas (King of Peking), Carlye Rubin (The Family I Had), and Matthew Wilkas (New York Is Dead) will also offer some insider tips and festival do’s and don’ts. |Read More
This season, Tribeca Immersive welcomes several VR creators from abroad. In this conversation, Alexandre Perez (Sergeant James, France), Ricardo Laganaro (Step To The Line, US/Brazil), and Selly Raby Kane (The Other Dakar, Senegal) discuss how travel and exploration has informed their creative work as well as their worldviews. Brought to you by Lincoln Motor Company. |Read More


  • Release Year: 2005
  • Runtime: 15 minutes
  • Directed By: Jamie Bradshaw, Ishai Setton, and Alexander Doulerain
  • Country: Russia
American Hannah Marker is addicted to the American dollar. Desperate for a cure, she moves to Moscow, where she hopes to never see American dollars again. Her plan is going well until her Russian boyfriend begins to get her involved with corruption, bribes, the Russian mafia, and…American dollars. Hannah's addiction reemerges, and her journey through Moscow's underworld takes a bizarre turn when she crashes her car and emerges from the wreckage believing she is a Russian peasant. What's more, she now speaks fluent Russian... |Read More
Comedy, Animation