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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. 

The final selections were chosen from a record-breaking number of submissions (13,016). This year’s program includes 103 feature films from 114 filmmakers across 48 countries. The lineup comprises 86 world premieres, two international premieres, six North American premieres, and eight New York premieres. Half of the films in competition are directed by women. Additionally, 35% (36) of feature films are directed by BIPOC filmmakers. There are 30 films directed by first-time filmmakers and 25 directors returning to Tribeca with their latest projects. 


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.

Viewpoints :

Tribeca’s home for distinct points of view and bold directorial visions, Viewpoints discovers the most boundary-pushing, rule-breaking new voices in independent film. For the first time, Viewpoints selections will be presented in competition.


Alien Weaponry: Kua Tupu Te Ara, (New Zealand) - World Premiere. Meet Alien Weaponry, a thrash metal band that sings in the Maori language, as they figure out how to navigate the music industry, culture, family, tour, and each other. ​​Directed by Kent Belcher. Produced by Nigel McCulloch. 


Arzé, (Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia) - North American Premiere. When the scooter that struggling mother Arzé buys for her son to deliver her homemade pies is stolen, the two take a desperate, kaleidoscopic journey through Beirut in pursuit of the purloined moped. ​​Directed by Mira Shaib. Written by Louay Khraish, Faissal Sam Shaib. Produced by Louay Khraish, Faissal Sam Shaib, Ali Elarabi. With Diamand Abou Abboud, Betty Taoutel, Bilal Al Hamwi.


Boys Go to Jupiter, (United States) - World Premiere. Suburban Florida is transformed into a 3D animated wonderland in this charming deadpan musical comedy from the creator of Art Sqool, featuring a voice cast of alt-comedy all stars. Directed and written by Julian Glander. Produced by Peisin Yang Lazo. With Jack Corbett, Elsie Fisher, Tavi Gevinson, Julio Torres.


Champions of the Golden Valley, (United States, Afghanistan, Germany) - World Premiere. Former Afghan Olympic hopeful Alishah Farhang establishes Afghanistan’s first ever ski club and the annual Afghan Ski Challenge competition in the ancient mountain town of Bamyan, bringing people together in an unlikely but joyful pastime. ​​Directed by Ben Sturgulewski. Produced by Katie Stjernholm, Baktash Ahadi. 


Color Book, (United States) - World Premiere. Following the passing of his wife, a devoted father is learning to raise his son with Down Syndrome as a single parent. While adjusting to their new reality, the two embark on a journey through Metro Atlanta to attend their first baseball game. Directed and written by David Fortune. Produced by Kristen Uno, Kiah Clingman, Autumn Bailey-Ford. With William Catlett, Brandee Evans, Terri J. Vaughn, Jeremiah Daniels.


Darkest Miriam, (Canada) - World Premiere. The fog of grief shrouding Miriam, a branch librarian, begins to lift when she starts a love affair with cab driver Janko. But what’s the deal with the vaguely threatening letters she keeps finding? Directed and written by Naomi Jaye. Produced by Julie Baldassi, Brian Robertson. With Britt Lower, Tom Mercier, Sook-Yin Lee, Jean Yoon.


Era Oculta - Hidden Era, (Mozambique, Germany, Colombia) - World Premiere. In the vibrant city of Maputo, Mozambique, Rastafari artist Phambi works to support his young son’s education while resiliently navigating the complexities of living an artistic life in a dynamic city. Directed and produced by Carlos Vargas. Written by Carlos Vargas, Franziska Ruess. With Paula Matlombe, Ednora Matlombe, Isac Tivane "Phambi", Ixon Tivane.


Restless, (UK) - World Premiere. The banal life of a middle-aged empty nester is violently shaken in the blink of an eye when hard-partying — and potentially dangerous — new neighbors move in next door. ​​Directed and written by Jed Hart. Produced by Benedict Turnbull, Iain Simpson, Jens Nielsen. With Lyndsey Marshal, Aston McAuley, Barry Ward, Kate Robbins.


Searching for Amani, (Kenya, United States) - World Premiere. A 13-year-old aspiring journalist investigates his father’s mysterious murder within the boundaries of one of Kenya’s largest wildlife conservancies. As a ravaging drought encroaches, his quest to find the killer shifts as the collateral damage of a warming world is revealed. Directed by Nicole Gormley, Debra Aroko. Produced by Peter Goetz, Mungai Kiroga, Nicole Gormley.


They’re Here, (United States) - World Premiere. The playful and inventive They’re Here places the viewer within a community of New Yorkers who have had close encounters with UFOs and reexamined their lifestyles as a result. ​​Directed and produced by Daniel Claridge, Pacho Velez.


Witches, (UK) - World Premiere. Elizabeth Sankey’s deeply personal documentary examines the relationship between the cinematic portrayals of witches and the all-too-real experiences of postpartum depression by utilizing footage that spans the entirety of film history alongside heartrending personal testimony. ​​Directed by Elizabeth Sankey. Produced by Manon Ardisson, Chiara Ventura, Jeremy Warmsley.


Surprising, shocking, frightening, and thrilling, Tribeca Midnight is the destination for the best in horror and more for late night audiences.


The A-Frame, (United States) - World Premiere. A quantum physicist's machine opens a portal to a subatomic universe, accidentally discovering a radical cancer treatment. As human trials begin, the stakes rise in this Cronenbergian sci-fi comedy. ​​Directed and written by Calvin Lee Reeder. Produced by Ran Namerode, Angelia Adzic, Cole Payne. With Johnny Whitworth, Dana Namerode, Nik Dodani, Laketa Caston.


Beacon, (United States) - World Premiere. After an ambitious solo trip leaves her shipwrecked on a remote island, a young sailor is rescued by its lone inhabitant: a lighthouse keeper. As the walls of reality begin to vanish and the trust between them unravels, survival becomes a test of grueling proportions. ​​Directed by Roxy Shih. Written by Julio Rojas. Produced by Neil Elman. With Demián Bichir, Julia Goldani Telles. A Fox Entertainment Tideline release.


A Desert, (United States) - World Premiere. While on a road trip, a photographer befriends a young couple whose reckless ways turn his world upside down and into a nightmare in this unpredictable and horror-tinged neo-noir knockout. ​​Directed by Joshua Erkman. Written by Joshua Erkman, Bossi Baker. Produced by Hugues Barbier, Joshua Erkman. With David Yow, Kai Lennox, Sarah Lind, Zachary Ray Sherman.


The Devil’s Bath, (Austria, Germany) - International Premiere. In 18th century Austria, an executed woman has been displayed for all to see. Deeply religious, newlywed Agnes looks upon the woman with pity, but also longing, as her own evil thoughts have begun to arise. Directed and written by Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz. Produced by Georg Aschauer, Ulrich Seidl. With Anja Plaschg, Maria Hofstätter, David Scheid. A Shudder release.


Mars, (United States) - World Premiere. In this outrageous animated comedy, a ragtag group of misfits embark on a wild space adventure to Mars, only to discover they've been bamboozled by a billionaire. ​​Directed and produced by Sevan Najarian. Written and produced by Timmy Williams, Zach Cregger, Sam Brown. Produced by Kara Welker, James Bristow, Darren Trumeter. With Trevor Moore, Zach Cregger, Sam Brown, Darren Trumeter.


The Weekend, (Nigeria) - World Premiere. This gripping Nigerian thriller will keep you guessing until the very last moment with its unique take on the age-old question: what’s wrong with the in-laws? ​​Directed by Daniel Emeke Oriahi. Written by Egbemawei Dimiyei Sammy, Vanessa Kanu, Freddie O. Anyaegbunam Jr. Produced by Uche Okocha. With Uzoamaka Aniunoh, Bucci Franklin, Meg Otanwa, Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey.


Mind-bending premieres, spine-chilling classics, and Godzilla-sized dance parties make for an unforgettable escape tailor-made for adventurous movie lovers craving the extraordinary.


AMFAD: All My Friends Are Dead, (United States) - World Premiere. Slasher cinema gets a candy-coated and raucous new spin as a group of young friends staying at an Airbnb are picked off one by one by a killer whose elaborate murder set pieces are inspired by the seven deadly sins. ​​Directed by Marcus Dunstan. Written by Josh Sims, Jessica Sarah Flaum. Produced by John Baldecci, Sarah Donnelly, Kirk Shaw. With Jade Pettyjohn, Jojo Siwa, Jennifer Ens, Ali Fumiko Whitney. A Cineverse release.


Kill, (India) - New York Premiere. A passenger train bound for New Delhi becomes a battleground of close-quarters combat as a pair of commandos square off against 40 invading bandits. Relentless and wildly entertaining, Nikhil Nagesh Bhat’s action thriller is the most brutal fight film in years. ​​Directed and written by Nikhil Nagesh Bhat. Produced by Hiroo Yash Johar, Guneet Monga Kapoor, Achin Jain. With Lakshya, Raghav Juyal, Tanya Maniktala. A Roadside Attractions release.


She Loved Blossoms More, (Greece, France) - World Premiere. Hoping to bring their dead mother back to life, three brothers build a time machine in this visually decadent, bizarre and altogether mesmerizing head-trip. ​​Directed by Yannis Veslemes. Written by Yannis Veslemes, Dimitris Emmanouilidis. Produced by Fenia Cossovitsa, Christos V. Konstantakopoulos. With Panos Papadopoulos, Dominique Pinon.


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