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The 2024 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

ANNOUNCES NOW & TV LINEUP...

 

World Premieres of Apple TV+’s “Presumed Innocent” Starring Jake Gyllenhaal; Hulu’s “Mastermind: To Think Like a Killer” from Dakota Fanning and Elle Fanning; ESPN’s “In the Arena: Serena Williams;” and Paramount+’s “Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken”
 

 

PLUS: AMC’s “The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - The Book of Carol” Starring Norman Reedus and Melissa McBride; HBO’s “My Brilliant Friend” Starring Alba Rohrwacher and Irene Maiorino

NEW YORK, NY (SMI-GLOBAL-ENTERTAINMENT-FILMS APRIL 17-JUNE 5-16, 2024)-

The 2024 Tribeca Festival, presented by OKX, today announced its lineup of television and original indie episodic series. The Festival, which takes place June 5-16, showcases highly anticipated world premieres of new and returning programs from networks and streamers at the forefront of groundbreaking storytelling including Apple TV+, AMC, HBO, Hulu, Paramount+, and more. 

 

This year’s TV lineup features 11 series premieres and two first looks at returning classics. World premieres include Hulu’s Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer, executive produced by Dakota Fanning and Elle Fanning, an in-depth exploration of Dr. Anne Burgess’ career and her successful journey to closing some of America’s most infamous criminal cases; Hollywood Black, executive produced by Justin Simien, an examination of the Black experience in Hollywood featuring conversations with Issa Rae, Lena Waithe, Ryan Coogler, and Ava DuVernay; and Apple TV+’s Presumed Innocent, a legal thriller starring and executive produced by Jake Gyllenhaal, hailing from David E. Kelley and executive producer J.J. Abrams, also with Ruth Negga and Peter Sarsgaard.  

 

Tribeca Festival’s NOW program continues to uncover compelling independent episodic work, including short and long-form pilots and series. The 2024 NOW showcase focuses on seven standout titles, including a special Untitled Tim Burton Docuseries, a journey of Tim Burton’s excellence in melding the ominous and the frightful with a sense of whimsy created by Tara Wood; Yanqui, a story of love and life’s unexpected outcomes directed by award-winning filmmaker Kyle Hausmann-Stokes; and Juice, Mawaan Rizwan’s hilariously surreal BAFTA TV nominated series, co-starring Russell Tovey (Feud).

 

Over the years, Tribeca’s TV program has world-premiered numerous award-winning series, including season one of FX’s The Bear with Jeremy Allen White, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Ayo Edebiri; HULU’s The Handmaid’s Tale starring Elisabeth Moss and Alexis Bledel; HBO’s Chernobyl with Jared Harris, Emily Watson, and Stellan Skarsgård; and more. 

2024 Tribeca Festival NOW & TV LineUp:

2024 TRIBECA FESTIVAL NOW SELECTION 

Compelling independent episodic short and long-form pilots and series. 

 

NOW Special Screening

 

Untitled Tim Burton Series, (United States) - Follow Tim Burton’s dream journey into the themes and relationships that shape his work, from the Misunderstood Monster to the dichotomy of dark vs light, and the magic of collaboration with fellow “outsiders” Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Helena Bonham Carter, and more. Created by Tara Wood. 

After the screening: A conversation with director Tara Wood and guests. 

 

NOW SHOWCASE A 

Juice, (United Kingdom) - A vibrant and surreal comedy series created by Mawaan Rizwan.Juice follows Jamma (Mawaan Rizwan), who desperately wants to be the center of attention but his family are constantly stealing his thunder. And when he finally does get the validation from boyfriend Guy (Russell Tovey), he can't handle it. Jamma's hyperactive imagination goes into overdrive and the world transforms around him. Created by Mawaan Rizwan.

 

Le Parrot, (United States) - Three siblings return home for their mother's funeral. Chaos ensues when they realize their mother has left behind her pet parrot. Created by Rachael Sonnenberg. 

 

Yanqui, (Argentina) - After a one-night stand abroad leads to pregnancy, a failed NYC entrepreneur turned cat-shelter volunteer travels to Argentina to prove he’s not like his (absent) father. Created by Kyle Hausmann-Stokes and Sean Quinn. 

 

NOW SHOWCASE B 

 

Black Fruit, (United States) - When Lalo is thrown off course by the sudden death of his father, he suppresses his loss with impulsive actions that disrupt his life. While he and his best friend Karla, both in their mid-twenties, queer and Black in Germany, try to shape who they want to become, they are forced to grapple with the limits of their flexibility. Created by Lamin Leroy Gibba. 

 

I Need Your Love, (United States) - I Need Your Love is a bittersweet comedy about pop singer Camille Trust’s struggle to make a name for herself in New York’s cutthroat music scene—from sleazy producers and vengeful Swifties to heartbreak and self-sabotage. It’s raw. It’s messy. And most of it actually happened. Created by Walker Kalan and Camile Trust. 

 

This Really Happened, (United States) - Based on a true story, Kate and Zoe, two young creatives in the throes of new love, have discovered they’ve been dating the same person: “BOY.” Determined to create some kind of brilliant revenge project, they recount their experiences in filmed interviews and fantastical flashbacks full of (literal) red flags. But will this process turn out to be more cathartic or soul-crushing? Created by Olivia AbiAssi and Kallen Prosterman. 

 



 

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