Highlights of Tribeca Film Festival 2018


Tribeca Film Festival NY Wednesday April 18th to Sunday April 29th

YELLOW IS FORBIDDEN "Legend" Collection backstage Paris Haute Couture week January 2017. Ohoto courtesy of Guo Pei

Trine Dyrholm as Nico in NICO: 1988. Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures

Mālina Mahovici as Mara in LEMONADE. Photo Credit - Ioana Unicaru

Lea Seydoux as Zoe and Ewan McGregor as Cole in ZOE, which will be world premiered (Centerpiece Gala) at Tribeca 2018. Photo Credit - John Guleserian

Bel Powley (Claire Clairmont) Elle Fannning (Mary Shelley) Douglas Booth ( Percy Shelley and Tom Sturridge (Lord Byron) in MARY SHELLEY. Photo Credit - David Ungaro

Liza Minelli, Bianca Jagger, Andy Warhol and Halston in STUDIO 54. Photo Credit - Adam Schull


Annette Bening as Irina and Jon Tenney as Doctor Dorn in THE SEAGULL. Photo Credit - Abbot Genser

"Walid the beast is not a big fan of Banksy" from THE MAN WHO STOLE BANKSY. Photo Credit - Marco Proserpio

RYUICHI SAKAMOTO : CODA Photo Credit - Douglas Ideguchi

The Tribeca Film Festival will kick off April 18th with a great lineup. If you're lucky enough to be in New York, for film lovers it's a real treat.

Info - The 2018 feature film program includes 96 films from 103 filmmakers. Of the 96 films, 46% of them are directed by women, the highest percentage in the festival's history. Tribeca’s 2018 lineup was chosen from more than 8,789 total submissions.

"We are proud to present a lineup that celebrates American diversity and welcomes new international voices in a time of cultural and social activism," said Paula Weinstein, Executive Vice President of Tribeca Enterprises. "Our films succeed in being both entertaining and illuminating which is what you desire from great storytellers."


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