Tribeca Festival in association with presenting partner OKX announces the Audience Award winners for the 21st annual Festival, with Ellie Foumbi’s feature directorial debut, Our Father, The Devil which was part of the Indeed Juneteenth programming. The Tribeca Festival Audience Awards follow the previously-announced 2022 Jury Awards.
The full list of Audience Award winners can be found below.
Best Narrative Feature winner Our Father, The Devil directed by Ellie Foumbi tells an unnerving tale about a medical worker’s tumultuous past coming back to haunt her.
Second place was awarded to Wes Schlagenhauf Is Dying now available on Tribeca at Home.
The Cave of Adullam directed by Laura Checkoway is a heartwarming story about a martial arts instructor mentoring young Black boys while offering guidance and tough love.
Second place in the category was awarded to Lift now available on Tribeca at Home.
The Best Online Premiere winner Cherry, directed by Sophie Galibert follows the story of an uncommitted 25-year-old in Los Angeles who discovers she has only 24 hours to make one of the most consequential decisions of her life. Now available on Tribeca at Home
Second place went to In Her Name now available on Tribeca at Home.
Thanks to all the moviegoers for casting their ballots! See you next year!
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