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SPECIAL SCREENINGS

TRIBECA N.O.W. SPECIAL SCREENING: NEW YORK TIMES OP-DOCS

Directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee, Lance Oppenheim, Sindha Agha, Charlie Tyrell, and Samantha Knowles
SPECIAL SCREENINGS 77 Minutes
FILM GUIDE TRIBECA N.O.W. SPECIAL SCREENING: NEW YORK TIMES OP-DOCS
The Blue Line, directed by Samantha Knowles (USA) - World Premiere. When a small town makes the controversial decision to paint a blue line in support of police on one of its busiest roads, an explosive division emerges between residents for and residents against the line.

Birth Control Your Own Adventure, directed by Sindha Agha (USA). How the filmmaker's birth control side effects made her four different people.

Earthrise, directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee (USA) - World Premiere. The Apollo 8 astronauts recount their memories of capturing the first image of Earth from space in 1968 and evokes the awe of seeing Earth framed against the blackness of space. Also screening as a part of the Shorts Program: Home Sweet Home.

The Happiest Guy in the World, directed by Lance Oppenheim (USA)- World Premiere. Mario Salcedo boarded his first cruise nearly twenty years ago — and hasn’t returned since.

My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes, directed by Charlie Tyrell (Canada). Was my father's leftover stuff the key to who he really was?

After the screening: please join us for a conversation with the filmmakers, moderated by The New York Times’ Op-Docs Executive Producer, Kathleen Lingo.

Film Info
  • Section:
    Special Screenings
  • Length:
    77 minutes
Cast & Credits
  • Director:
    Samantha Knowles (The Blue Line), Charlie Tyrell (My Dead Dad’s Porno Tapes), Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee (Earthrise), Sindha Agha (Birth Control Your Own Adventure), Lance Oppenheim (The Happiest Guy in the World)
  • Network:
    The New York Times Op-Docs

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