MY WISH LIST

SIGN UP

Creating an account with Tribecafilm.com gives you access to more features and services, like our weekly newsletter and other special features just for the film community.

SIGN UP

ARCHIVE

SHOWING 12 RESULTS
Campfire creepers skull of sam  future lighthouse  1

CAMPFIRE CREEPERS: THE SKULL OF SAM

  • Release Year: 2017
  • Runtime: 13 minutes
  • Country: Spain, USA
French horror auteur Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, High Tension) directs this creepy tale of a couple who encounters a vicious stranger in the woods, who has plans to add them to his rather unique collection. But by injecting humor into this horrific scenario, the experience invites audiences to laugh between the screams. |Read More
Horror, Comedy, Thriller
Takecare 1920x1080

CARETAKER

  • Release Year: 2018
  • Runtime: 13 minutes
  • Country: USA
After their car breaks down on the side of the road on a cold winter night, a couple checks into a strange hotel while they wait for a mechanic to arrive. When the woman's boyfriend suddenly goes missing—the latest in a series of unsettling occurrences within the hotel—she begins to suspect that something more sinister is at work. |Read More
Horror, Action, Thriller
Immersive360 horizons 1920x1080

CINEMA360: HORIZONS

  • Runtime: 29 minutes
A boundary-pushing blend of experimental narrative and non-fiction, showcasing the possibilities of storytelling in 360 and celebrating the visionary directors moving the medium forward. |Read More
Immersive360 itsrightbehindyou 1920x1080
A hookup in the woods, a visit to a friend's unexpectedly empty funeral, and a nighttime stop at a decidedly strange hotel...what could go wrong? This curated collection of horror-themed 360 experiences highlights work from some of the most twisted scare experts in the world. |Read More
Thisisclimatechange poster 1920x1080
In this expansive virtual reality docu-series from Participant Media and Condition One, journey to the far corners of the earth to discover the people and places being hit hardest by climate change. This Is Climate Change offers an immersive look into our new reality of catastrophic weather events that are displacing communities and transforming landscapes with alarming speed. |Read More
Immersive360 vrforgood 1920x1080
These selections from the 2018 Oculus VR For Good Creators Lab deliver groundbreaking non-fiction with a mission. Inspirational, moving, and at times revelatory, the experiences are calls to action that beautifully showcase the power of VR. |Read More
Thelastchair egbert still03 immersive1920x1080

LAST CHAIR

  • Release Year: 2017
  • Runtime: 19 minutes
  • Country: Netherlands
This meditative non-fiction experience follows the elderly Egbert, a man for whom life offers simple daily pleasures. Through a mix of extraordinary stereoscopic cinematography and a beautiful performance from narrator Rutger Hauer, join him as he explains his outlook on life and living. The Last Chair is a virtual reality documentary about the last stage of life. |Read More
Female Director(s), Female Screenwriter(s)
An obituary  young chul kim  1

OBITUARY

  • 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
Horror
Thisisclimatechange fire  david casey  1

THIS IS CLIMATE CHANGE

In this expansive virtual reality docu-series from Participant Media and Condition One, journey to the far corners of the earth to discover the people and places being hit hardest by climate change. This Is Climate Change offers an immersive look into our new reality of catastrophic weather events that are displacing communities and transforming landscapes with alarming speed. |Read More
Documentary, Environmental, Tribeca Film Festival Alumni

CALL SHEET

What you need to know today