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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.

Spotlight Narrative:

A launching pad for the most buzzworthy new films, Tribeca’s Spotlight section brings audiences anticipated premieres from acclaimed filmmakers and star performers.


All That We Love, (United States) - World Premiere. After losing her beloved dog, Emma Gwon embarks on a heartwarming journey of self-discovery and reconnection with loved ones in Yen Tan's touching dramedy that celebrates second chances and the power of family bonds. Directed by Yen Tan. Written by Yen Tan, Clay Liford. Produced by Kelly Williams, Rebecca Green, Theresa Steele Page. With Margaret Cho, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kenneth Choi, Alice Lee. 


Bad Shabbos, (United States) - World Premiere. Over the course of one night during an anything-but-typical New York City shabbos, a family get-together takes a turn for the worse in Daniel Robbins’ unique take on the dinner party farce. ​​Directed by Daniel Robbins. Written by Zack Weiner, Daniel Robbins. Produced by Adam Mitchell. With Jon Bass, Kyra Sedgwick, Method Man, Milana Vayntrub.


Bang Bang, (United States) - World Premiere. Tim Blake Nelson stars as "Bang Bang" Rozyski, an eccentric retired pugilist obsessed with rectifying the sins of his past. Directed by Vincent Grashaw. Written by Will Janowitz. Produced by Ran Namerode, Angelia Adzic, Cole Payne. With Tim Blake Nelson, Glenn Plummer, Kevin Corrigan, Andrew Liner.


Between the Temples, (United States) - New York Premiere. Ben, a young widower and cantor at the local synagogue, finds a sense of purpose and unexpected connection when Carla, his septuagenarian elementary school music teacher who yearns to become a bat mitzvah, re-enters his life. ​​Directed by Nathan Silver. Written by Nathan Silver, C. Mason Wells. Produced by Tim Headington, Theresa Steele Page, Nate Kamiya. With Jason Schwartzman, Carol Kane, Dolly De Leon, Madeline Weinstein. A Sony Pictures Classics release.


Crossing, (Sweden, Denmark, Georgia, Turkey, France) - North American Premiere. Lia, a retired teacher, has promised to find her long-lost niece, Tekla. Her search takes her to Istanbul where she meets Evrim, a lawyer fighting for trans rights and becomes embraced in the local trans community. Directed and written by Levan Akin. Produced by Mathilde Dedye. With Mzia Arabuli, Lucas Kankava, Deniz Dumanli. A MUBI release.


Daddio, (United States) - New York Premiere. New York City. JFK airport. A young woman jumps into the backseat of a yellow taxi toward Manhattan. The cabbie strikes up a conversation, resulting in an epic and remarkable journey. Directed and written by Christy Hall. Produced by Dakota Johnson, Ro Donnelly, Emma Tillinger Koskoff. With Dakota Johnson, Sean Penn. A Sony Pictures Classics release.


The Damned, (UK, Iceland, Ireland, Belgium) - World Premiere. When a ship sinks near her isolated fishing post, Eva must choose: rescue the shipwrecked or survive winter. Guilt ridden, the fishermen believe they are being punished for their choices. Directed by Thordur Palsson. Written by Jamie Hannigan. Produced by Emilie Jouffroy, Kamilla Kristiane Hodøl, John Keville. With Odessa Young, Joe Cole, Rory McCann, Siobhan Finneran.


The Everything Pot, (United States) - World Premiere. A comedy of errors unfolds upon the delivery of The Everything Pot, a wedding gift that inadvertently becomes a Pandora’s box, forcing two couples to reevaluate their respective relationships. Directed, produced and written by Sherise Dorf. Produced by Callie Bloem, Christopher J. Ewing, Sean Patrick Kelly. With Lisa Edelstein, Erik Griffin, James Wolk, Delaney Rowe.


Firebrand, (UK, United States) - North American Premiere. In Tudor England, where court intrigue and the king's paranoia threaten her survival, Katherine Parr navigates a perilous marriage to the volatile Henry VIII. Directed by Karim Aïnouz. Written by Henrietta Ashworth, Jessica Ashworth. Produced by Gabrielle Tana, Carolyn Marks Blackwood. With Alicia Vikander, Jude Law, Eddie Marsan, Sam Riley. A Roadside Attractions release.


In the Summers, (United States) - New York Premiere. In this poignant debut film, embark on a journey with two sisters as they grapple with their relationship to their well-meaning but troubled father during their childhood summers. ​​Directed and written by Alessandra Lacorazza Samudio. Produced by Alexander Dinelaris, Rob Quadrino, Nando Vila. With Rene Perez Joglar, Sasha Calle, Lio Mehiel, Leslie Grace.


Kneecap, (Ireland) - New York Premiere. The band themselves, Kneecap, star in this raucous, sly award-winning musical set in post-Troubles Belfast when the rap trio erupted as a defiant champion of the Irish language and potent symbol of Ireland’s disenfranchised youth. ​​Directed and written by Rich Peppiatt. Produced by Trevor Birney, Jack Tarling. With Naoise Ó Cairealláin, Liam Óg Ó Hannaidh, Jj Ó Dochartaigh, Michael Fassbender. A Sony Pictures Classics release.


Lake George, (United States) - World Premiere. A pair of misfit oddballs strike a deal too big to pass up — and maybe too good to be true — as they set out on a road trip and redemption story in this dark comedy neo-noir. ​​Directed and written by Jeffrey Reiner. Produced by Jeffrey Reiner, Joey Oglesby, Cleta Ellington. With Shea Whigham, Carrie Coon, Glenn Fleshler, Max Casella.


McVeigh, (United States) - World Premiere. After the Waco siege, an unthinkable plan brews in the mind of army veteran Timothy McVeigh. A psychological thriller based on the harrowing real life events of the deadliest act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. ​​Directed by Mike Ott. Written by Mike Ott, Alex Gioulakis. Produced by Miles Alva, Nicolaas Bertelsen, Monte Zajicek. With Alfie Allen, Brett Gelman, Ashley Benson, Anthony Carrigan.


Memes & Nightmares, (United States) - World Premiere. If one of the most popular memes goes missing from Twitter, would anyone notice? Executive Produced by LeBron James and Maverick Carter, NBA Twitter King Josiah Johnson seeks an answer, where his journey explores our relationship with ephemeral media, and each other in the digital age. ​​Directed by Charles Todd, Matt Mitchener. Written by Matt Mitchener. Produced by Sheira Rees-Davies, Brock Williams, Benjamin Wiessner. With Josiah Johnson, Jamel Johnson, Mero, Darius Miles.


A Mistake, (New Zealand) - World Premiere. Dr. Beth Taylor is a surgeon at the top of her field, where split-second decisions and millimeter movements can mean the difference between life and death. Christine Jeffs’ edge-of-your-seat medical thriller unpacks the perilous aftermath of a single human error. ​​Directed and written by Christine Jeffs. Produced by Matthew Metcalfe, Christine Jeffs. With Elizabeth Banks, Simon McBurney, Mickey Sumner, Rena Owen.


The Shallow Tale of a Writer Who Decided to Write About a Serial Killer, (United States) - World Premiere. In this darkly comedic tale, a struggling writer's life turns bizarre when he befriends a retired serial killer who becomes his unlikely marriage counselor and muse. Directed and written by Tolga Karacelik. Produced by Scott Aharoni, Sinan Eczasibasi, Wren Arthur. With Steve Buscemi, John Magaro, Britt Lower.


Treasure, (Germany, France) - International Premiere. Ruth, a neurotic businesswoman from New York, takes her charmingly stubborn Holocaust survivor father on a journey to Poland to make sense of their family's past. Directed by Julia von Heinz. Written by Julia von Heinz, John Quester. Produced by Fabian Gasmia, Julia Von Heinz, Lena Dunham. With Lena Dunham, Stephen Fry, Zbigniew Zamachowski. A FilmNation Entertainment and Bleecker Street release.


The Wasp, (UK) - World Premiere. In this tense, twist-filled psychological thriller, Naomie Harris and Natalie Dormer deliver captivating performances as two estranged friends who reunite over tea, only to unveil a dangerous and deceptive plot that will irrevocably alter their lives. ​​Directed by Guillem Morales. Written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm. Produced by Maxime Cottray, Nate Bolotin, Sean Sorensen. With Naomie Harris, Natalie Dormer, Dominic Allburn. A Shout! Studios  release.


Winter Spring Summer or Fall, (United States) - World Premiere. Jenna Ortega and Percy Hynes White star in this sweet teen love story about a Harvard-bound girl genius and a laid-back guy who find each other in their final year of high school. ​​Directed by Tiffany Paulsen. Written by Dan Schoffer. Produced by Brad Krevoy, Josh Shader, David Wulf. With Jenna Ortega, Percy Hynes-White, Marisol Nichols, Adam Rodriguez.



Spotlight Documentary

Both onscreen and behind the camera, Spotlight Documentary films represent the most noteworthy names in nonfiction premiering high profile new work.


1-800-ON-HER-OWN, (United States) - World Premiere. Ani DiFranco was an unmistakable talent that shook the ‘90s alternative music scene. In this vulnerable look at her life today, she struggles to balance artistry with the demands of family. ​​Directed by Dana Flor. Produced by Amy Hobby. 


America’s Burning, (United States) - World Premiere. Narrated by Michael Douglas, America’s Burning calls on a remarkable range of expert perspectives from James Carville to Leon Panetta to Amy Chua as macroeconomist David Smick embarks on a searing dive into the precarious state of America’s seemingly unbridgeable economic divide — with a surprisingly optimistic outlook on its future. ​​Directed by David Smick. Produced by Ian Michaels.


Avicii - I’m Tim, (Sweden, United States) - World Premiere. Before there was Avicii, there was just Tim. For the first time through his own words, witness the journey of a shy but prodigious musical talent who would soon become one of the defining artists of his generation. ​​Directed by Henrik Burman. Produced by Björn Tjärnberg.


Black Table, (United States) - World Premiere. In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to abolish affirmative action, this film thoughtfully looks back at the largest class of Black students at Yale in the 1990s, the dining table that bonded them, and how their story informs our future. Directed by John Antonio James, Bill Mack. Produced by Katie Taber, John Antonio James, Bill Mack.


The Cranes Call, (France, Germany, Netherlands, UK, Ukraine, United States) - World Premiere. Working with their team at the Clooney Foundation for Justice, Anya Neistat, a brilliant war crimes investigator, joins forces with Solomiia Stasiv, a young Ukrainian woman just entering the field. Together they document atrocities in the fight to bring Russian generals to trial and justice to the Ukrainian people. Directed by Laura Warner. Produced by Evan Williams.


Emergent City, (United States) - World Premiere. When global developers purchase Industry City — a series of connected industrial buildings within a primarily immigrant, working class community in Brooklyn — conflicting views draw battlelines between residents, city officials and master planners as the fate of the city and contemporary urban development hangs in the balance. Directed by Kelly Anderson, Jay Arthur Sterrenberg. Produced by Kelly Anderson, Brenda Avila-Hanna. 


I’m Your Venus, (United States) - World Premiere. A moving and timely documentary following the unsolved murder of Venus Xtravaganza, star of the legendary Paris Is Burning as Venus’ two families — biological and ballroom — come together to seek answers and celebrate her legacy. ​​Directed by Kimberly Reed. Produced by Jamie Schutz, Steven Cantor, Mike Stafford.


It Was All a Dream, (United States) - World Premiere. From the personal archives of journalist and filmmaker dream hampton, this visual ode to the golden era of hip-hop provides intimate access to some of rap’s greatest minds, including dream herself. ​​Directed by dream hampton. Produced by Josh Begley, Morgan Willis, Emir Lewis.


Jago: Into the White, (Italy) - World Premiere. A portrait of the artist as a young man — Jago, a sculptor in Naples, works through the days and nights chipping away at his next marble masterpiece: a recreation of one of Michelangelo’s iconic subjects. ​​Directed by Luigi Pingitore. Produced by Stefano Cardillo.


LIZA: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story, (United States) - World Premiere. Rich with archival gems and Liza Minnelli’s own point of view, Bruce David Klein's luminous documentary celebrates a young entertainer full of boundless raw talent and the deep, creative relationships with her mentors and influences. Directed by Bruce David Klein. Produced by Bruce David Klein, Alexander J. Goldstein, Robert Rich.


Luther: Never Too Much, (United States) - New York Premiere. Dawn Porter offers an in-depth look into the life and career of Luther Vandross as he overcomes personal and professional challenges to become one of the greatest vocalists of all time. ​​Directed by Dawn Porter. 


Made in England: The Films of Powell & Pressburger, (UK) - New York Premiere. Martin Scorsese's personal journey through the films of Powell and Pressburger, the visionary British filmmakers behind classics like The Red Shoes and Black Narcissus, offers a captivating exploration of their genius and enduring influence on cinema. ​​Directed by David Hinton. Produced by Nick Varley, Matt Wells. A Cohen Media Group release.


Pandora’s Code, (United States) - World Premiere. Kyle Vorbach's documentary, based on his latest novel, delves into the mesmerizing ascent of artificial intelligence, balancing its remarkable capabilities and dark ethical concerns, making for an engaging, thought-provoking exploration of AI's double-edged sword. ​​Directed and produced by Kyle Vorbach.


Rebel Nun, (United States, UK) - World Premiere. Rebel Nun follows the story of Catholic nun and leading death penalty abolitionist Sister Helen Prejean, whose story was first captured in the 1995 film Dead Man Walking. Now, almost 30 years later, filmmaker Dominic Sivyer takes a look at six decades of the life and work of Sister Helen as she continues to be an inspirational force for justice. ​​Directed and produced by Dominic Sivyer. A Universal Pictures Content Group release.


Untitled Casa Bonita Documentary, (United States) - World Premiere. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone launch a hands-on attempt to restore the iconic Colorado “eatertainment” mecca Casa Bonita to its former glory. Directed by Arthur Bradford. Produced by Jennifer Ollman.


S/He Is Still Her/e - The Official Genesis P-Orridge Doc, (United States) - World Premiere. An introduction, conversation and perhaps goodbye to Genesis P-Orridge, who left an astounding and provocative legacy on the worlds of music, art, performance, religion and the occult. A larger-than-life personality that must be experienced to be grasped, Genesis opens up portals to a way of living that transforms and transcends. ​​Directed by David Charles Rodrigues. Produced by David Charles Rodrigues, Bud Johnston.


Skywalkers: A Love Story, (China, Hong Kong, France, Malaysia, Russia, Thailand) - New York Premiere. Battling a global pandemic and a fraying relationship, rooftopping sensations Angela Nikolau and Vanya Beerkus face the ultimate test of their love when scaling the world’s newest super-skyscraper in this visually stunning testament to facing fear and letting go. ​​Directed and produced by Jeff Zimbalist. Produced by Maria Bukhonina, Tamir Ardon, Chris Smith. A Netflix release.


Slave Play. Not a Movie. A Play., (United States) - World Premiere. A playful and illuminating self-portrait of writer Jeremy O. Harris as he workshops and mines Slave Play, the provocative play that thrust him into the spotlight, with a new cast of young actors from New York’s William Esper Studio. ​​Directed by Jeremy O. Harris. Produced by Chris Moukarbel. An HBO Documentary Films release.


Stevie Van Zandt: Disciple, (United States) - World Premiere. Stevie Van Zandt: Disciple traces Van Zandt’s career as a musician, activist and actor from the clubs of Asbury Park, NJ, to stadiums around the world, to the Bada Bing Club. Directed by Bill Teck. Produced by David Fisher, Robert Cotto, Bill Teck. An HBO Documentary Films release.


They All Came Out to Montreux, (UK) - World Premiere. Utilizing a wealth of archival footage featuring Prince, Aretha Franklin, Miles Davis and more, They All Came Out to Montreux is an affectionate story about how Claude Nobs turned his Swiss town into the home for one of the world’s biggest jazz festivals. ​​Directed by Oliver Murray. Produced by Bill Lord.


The Thinking Game, (United States) - World Premiere. The Thinking Game chronicles the extraordinary life of visionary scientist Demis Hassabis and his relentless quest to solve the enigma of artificial general intelligence. ​​Directed by Greg Kohs. Produced by Gary Krieg.


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