Marsha Stephanie Blake will be celebrating three films at this year’s 2019 Tribeca Film Festival including See You Yesterday for Netflix, Luce and Goldie. Other credits for Blake include Matt Ruskin’s Crown Heights, Orange is the New Black, HBO’s Getting On and upcoming projects, Ava DuVerney’s When They See Us, Stella’s Maghie’s The Photograph and Netflix’s The Laundromat. A staple in the NY Theatre community her on-stage Broadway credits include Merchant of Veniceand The Crucible as well as Othello for New York Theatre Workshop.
Naomi Watts is a multiple Academy Award® and Screen Actors Guild® Award nominee, as well as a Golden Globe® nominee. She has been directed twice by David Lynch, starring in the critically acclaimed film Mulholland Drive and the recent 18-part limited series Twin Peaks for Showtime. This year, she is starring in Showtime’s The Loudest Voice and on the big screen, she will also star in Luce and Ophelia. Her feature film credits include The Impossible, 21 Grams, I Heart Huckabees, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance), St. Vincent, The Ring, King Kong, Eastern Promises, Fair Game, J. Edgar, The International and The Painted Veil.
Julius Onah is a Nigerian American filmmaker based in New York City. His work has screened at festivals around the world including Sundance, Berlin, Tribeca, London, Dubai, Los Angeles, Melbourne and Camerimage. He’s currently exploring storytelling around the world through his multimedia project Open Continents. Headshot Credit: Matthew Mendelson
Andrea Bang was born and raised in Burnaby, B.C. She is best known for her work on CBC’s Kim’s Convenience, for which she was nominated for Best Actress in a Comedy Series at the Canadian Screen Awards. Other credits include Adventures in Public School, Convos with My 2-Year-Old and Running with Violet. Outside of acting, Andrea also writes, crafts and watches too much TV.