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“Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge ” To Open the

23rd Edition of the Festival...


World Premieres with Jenna Ortega, Lily Gladstone, Michael Cera, Maya Erskine, Kristen Stewart, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Mike Birbiglia, Neil Patrick Harris, Liza Minnelli, and More...


The 2024 Tribeca Festival, presented by OKX, today unveiled its features lineup, offering a diverse array of narrative, documentary, and animated films. Scheduled to run from June 5-16 in New York City, this year’s Festival promises a thoughtfully curated program and includes everything from timely documentaries addressing political and social concerns to independent narratives showcasing award-winning actors. 


Tribeca kicks off on Wednesday, June 5 with the world premiere of Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge, an intimate look at the life of the fashion designer and cultural luminary. The film captures Diane von Furstenberg’s impact as a creative icon, who challenged the status quo with the bold inquiry, "Why shouldn't a woman do what a man can do?" Directed by Tribeca alumni Trish Dalton and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, Woman in Charge opens the lineup of features.


The 2024 selection of feature films includes Jazzy with Lily Gladstone; Daddio starring Dakota Johnson and Sean Penn; Firebrand starring Alicia Vikander and Jude Law; BRATS, directed by Andrew McCarthy, with Demi Moore, Ally Sheedy, Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, and Lea Thompson; Sacramento, directed by Michael Angarano, starring Michael Cera, Kristen Stewart, and Maya Erskine; Winter Spring Summer or Fall starring Jenna Ortega and Percy Hynes White; and Liza: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story with Liza Minnelli. Comedic stars are in Group Therapy, including Neil Patrick Harris, Mike Birbiglia, and Tig Notaro; All That We Love stars Margaret Cho and Jesse Tyler Ferguson; and Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution features Lily Tomlin, Wanda Sykes, Rosie O'Donnell, Hannah Gadsby, and Joel Kim Booster. 


2024 Tribeca Festival Feature Films:



Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge, (United States) - World Premiere. Child of a Holocaust survivor, Princess by marriage, and founder of a fashion empire, the many faces of fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg are revealed in this captivating and glamorous documentary portrait, featuring interviews with Oprah Winfrey, Marc Jacobs, Hillary Rodham Clinton and more. Directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Trish Dalton. Produced by Fabiola Beracasa Beckman, Tracy Aftergood, Sean Stuart, Obaid-Chinoy and Dalton. A Hulu release.

International Narrative Competition:

The New-York based Festival breaks its geographical boundaries with the International Narrative Competition, welcoming filmmakers from abroad to join a global platform for contemporary world cinema.


Bikechess, (Kazakhstan) - World Premiere. As Dina, a Kazakh journalist, finds herself disenchanted with reporting inane government initiatives, she balances supporting her activist lesbian sister while navigating a relationship with her married cameraman. Directed and written by Assel Aushakimova. Produced by Antoine Simkine, Almagul Tleukhanova, Christian Fredrik Martin. With Saltanat Nauruz, Assel Abdimavlenova, Shyngys Beibituly, Duisenbek Sydykbekov.


The Dog Thief, (Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, Ecuador, France, Italy) - World Premiere. Martín, an orphan who works as a shoeshine boy, decides to steal the dog of his best client, a lonely tailor he has begun to imagine is his father. Directed and written by Vinko Tomičić Salinas. Produced by Álvaro Manzano Zambrana. With Alfredo Castro, Franklin Aro, Teresa Ruiz, María Luque.


Don’t You Let Me Go, (Uruguay) - World Premiere. Adela has just lost her best friend, Elena, so she boards a magic bus back in time to spend one last beautiful weekend with Elena in a house by the beach. Directed and written by Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge. Produced by Agustina Chiarino. With Chiara Hourcade, Victoria Jorge, Eva Dans.


Eternal Playground, (France) - World Premiere. It’s the last day of school in Paris and most of first-year music teacher Gaspard’s colleagues are thinking about vacation. But, Gaspard is surreptitiously planning a weekend sleepover in the school with his childhood crew to honor his recently departed twin sister. Directed and written by Pablo Cotten, Joseph Rozé. Produced by Antoine Playoust, Martin Playoust, Nicolas Tzipine. With Andranic Manet, Alassane Diong, Carla Audebaud, Alba-Gaïa Bellugi.


Family Therapy, (Slovenia, Italy, Norway, Croatia, Serbia) - World Premiere. A nouveau riche family finds their life of detached superiority upended when the patriarch’s son from another relationship arrives at the family home, revealing cracks in their staid façade. Directed and written by Sonja Prosenc. Produced by Rok Sečen. With Mila Bezjak, Aliocha Schneider, Marko Mandić, Katarina Stegnar.


Hunters on a White Field, (Sweden) - International Premiere. Three men go on a hunting trip deep in the Swedish forest. Things start well, but one day all the animals vanish and the forest turns eerily quiet, leaving the men alone as they insist the hunt must continue. Directed and written by Sarah Gyllenstierna. Produced by Maria Larsson Guerpillon, Charlotte Most. With Ardalan Esmaili, Magnus Krepper, Jens Hultén.


Samia, (Germany) - World Premiere. Raised in a Somalia torn asunder by civil war and extremists increasingly gaining a foothold, Samia Yusuf Omar, an assertive, independent young woman, fights to realize her dream of becoming an Olympic athlete. Directed by Yasemin Şamdereli. Written by Yasemin Şamdereli, Nesrin Şamdereli, Giuseppe Catozzella. Produced by Simone Catania, Dietmar Güntsche, Anja Karina Richter. With llham Mohamed Osman, Fathia Mohamed Absie, Fatah Ghedi, Elmi Rashid Elmi.


Some Rain Must Fall, (Singapore) - North American Premiere. Mother and housewife Cai thought having a family was everything, but when she inadvertently injures the grandmother of one of her daughter’s less privileged teammates, her supposedly perfect life descends into chaos. ​​Directed and written by Qiu Yang. Produced by Edmond Yang. With Yu Aier, Di Shike, Wei Yibo, Xu Tianyi.


Swimming Home, (UK, Greece, Netherlands, Brazil) - North American Premiere. The presence of a mysterious houseguest exposes subtle fractures in the marriage between a poet and a war correspondent in this sexy, languid drama set on the stunning, sun-baked Mediterranean coast. ​​Directed and written by Justin Anderson. Produced by Emily Morgan, Andy Starke, Giorgos Karnavas. With Christopher Abbott, Mackenzie Davis, Ariane Labed, Nadine Labaki.


Under the Grey Sky, (Poland) - World Premiere. Based on true events, a Belarusian journalist is arrested after covertly livestreaming brutal government crackdowns on peaceful demonstrators following rigged elections. Her husband, refusing to leave her, also faces recriminations from a regime determined to break them both. ​​Directed and written by Mara Tamkovich. Produced by Katarzyna Ocioszynska. With Aliaksandra Vaitsekhovich, Valentin Novopolskij.


Spotlight+ events bring the film experience off the screen with live events, performances, and conversations after each screening.


Bam Bam: The Sister Nancy Story, (Canada) - World Premiere. For decades the iconic track “Bam Bam” has been a sampled darling within the music industry, creating many new stars along the way. But what do we know of its legendary creator? From Kingston to the world, witness the transcendent stylings and legacy of Sister Nancy. ​​Directed by Alison Duke. Produced by Alison Duke, Ngardy Conteh George.

After the Movie: Special performance by Sister Nancy with DJ Gravy.


BRATS, (United States) - World Premiere. Actor/director/writer Andrew McCarthy crisscrosses the country reconnecting with fellow Brat-Packers like Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Ally Sheedy, Emilio Estevez, and more to reflect on what it meant to be in the Brat Pack and how the label impacted their lives, personally and professionally. Directed by Andrew McCarthy. Produced by Adrian Buitenhuis, Derik Murray. An ABC News Studios release.

After the Movie: Panel to follow featuring director Andrew McCarthy, other members of the cast, and surprise guests.


Desire: The Carl Craig Story, (Switzerland, UK) - World Premiere. At once a portrait of techno producer Carl Craig and a love letter to his city of Detroit, Desire: The Carl Craig Story lays out the vast backdrop of artists and venues who played a part in the rise of Craig’s massive, genre-defying career. Directed by Jean-Cosme Delaloye. Produced by Dan Wechsler, Andreas Roald.

After the Movie: Post premiere musical selection by Carl Craig.


Following Harry, (United States) - World Premiere. Featuring Harry Belafonte, Aja Monet, Aloe Blacc, and Jesse Williams, Following Harry explores the life and legacy of cultural and civil rights icon Harry Belafonte through the stories of those artists and activists carrying on his life’s work dedicated to social justice. Directed by Susanne Rostock. Produced by Frankie Nasso, Edward Zeng, Susanne Rostock.

After the Movie: The presentation of the Harry Belafonte Voices for Social Justice Award with special guests. 


Group Therapy, (United States) - World Premiere. Neil Berkeley’s latest is a thoughtful and humorous navigation of personal conversations on mental health. Produced by Kevin Hart, this unique documentary takes the form of a group therapy session led by some of today’s funniest comedians and comic performers. Directed by Neil Berkeley. Produced by Kevin Healey, Luke Kelly-Clyne, Bryan Smiley.

After the Movie: A conversation with film subjects Tig Notaro, Neil Patrick Harris, Mike Birbiglia, London Hughes, Gary Gulman and Atsuko Okatsuka.


Linda Perry: Let It Die Here, (United States) - World Premiere. Award-winning filmmaker Don Hardy explores the life of pioneering songwriter and producer Linda Perry in this intimate and revealing journey. It’s a story of the strength and resilience of a gifted artist, daughter and mother who is finally able to embark on a search to find her own voice. ​​Directed by Don Hardy. Produced by Don Hardy, Shawn Dailey.

After the Movie: Special performance by Linda Perry.


Outstanding: A Comedy Revolution, (United States) - World Premiere. This rapturous documentary steps into the dynamic world of queer stand-up and examines the powerful cultural influence it has had on social change in America. The film combines rare archival materials, stand up performances, and interviews with a show-stopping lineup including Lily Tomlin, Fortune Feimster, Eddie Izzard, and Rosie O’Donnell, to present a definitive history of queer comedy. ​​Directed by Page Hurwitz. Produced by Katherine LeBlond, Page Hurwitz, Wanda Sykes. A Netflix release.

Before the Movie: A standup performance featuring stars of the film.


Rebel Country, (UK, United States) - World Premiere. Country music is changing — or maybe it’s returning to its roots. This musical documentary traces the troubled history and inclusive future of the genre with performances from today’s most talented iconoclasts, including Blanco Brown, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, and BRELAND. ​​Directed and produced by Francis Whately.

After the Movie: A special appearance by platinum selling country music artist BRELAND.


Satisfied, (United States) - World Premiere. An intimate look at the actress Renée Elise Goldsberry; a woman’s struggle to have a family and balance a career, against the backdrop of the hit musical Hamilton. Directed by Chris Bolan, Melissa Haizlip. Produced by Steven Cantor, Jamie Schutz, Chris Bolan.

After the Movie: A performance by Renée Elise Goldsberry and special guests.


State of Silence, (Mexico) - World Premiere. A compelling look at the dangerous, continuing risks committed journalists face in Mexico, where reporting on their country’s corruption and “narco politics” has led to the silencing and killing of some of their peers. ​​Directed by Santiago Maza. Produced by Joris Debeij, Abril López Carrillo.

​​After the Movie: A conversation with Mexican journalists Marcos Vizcarra and Maria de Jesus Peters, director Santiago Maza and executive producers Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal.



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