6 Special Genre Movies Coming To The Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from June 9 to June 20, features 109 feature films, including 88 world premieres, from around the world.
Individual tickets allow festival-goers to see a variety of genre premieres online in addition to attending the festival in person for the 21st edition's hybrid/virtual/in-person experience. This includes the New York premiere of Scott Derrickson's The Black Phone, as well as screenings of cult favorites Basket Case and Ms. 45.
Tribeca Film Festival kicks off this weekend, and we've rounded up six genre films we can't wait to see.
Attachment (Natten Har Øjne):
International Premiere of Feature-Length Drama. A series of strange occurrences in Maja and Leah's London apartment threatens to derail their fledgling romance. Disapproving mother downstairs appears to be utilizing Jewish folklore in an attempt to break up the relationship between her daughter and Leah. English subtitles are available in both the Danish and English versions of the film. Gabriel Bier Gislason is the director and writer of this film. Thomas Heinesen is the creator of this work. Josephine Park, Ellie Kendrick, Sofie Grbl, and David Dencik star in this comedy. Release of the Shudders.
The World Premiere of Family Dinner: Feature Narrative.
Simi, who is overweight and self-conscious, spends the Easter holiday with her eponymous aunt, a renowned nutritionist. But when her aunt's cold dynamics and more malicious atmosphere leave Simi feeling nervous, weight loss isn't the only thing she's about to lose. By Peter Hengl, both director and writer. Lola Basara is the producer. In addition to Nina Katlein, Michael Pink and Alexander Sladek. Available in German and English dubbing.
World Premiere, Feature Narrative.
In her heart, Valeria has always wanted to be a mother. It is expected that she will be pleased to find that she is pregnant, yet something is amiss. She's been plagued by nightmares and paranoia, and an ancient malevolent ghost may be the culprit. Michelle Garza Cervera is the director. Michelle Garza Cervera and Abia Castillo wrote the book. Paulina Villavicencio and Edher Campos are responsible for the production. All of the above, plus Ada Lopez, Mercedes Hernández, and Martha Claudia Moreno in the cast. With English subtitles in Spanish. A new XYZ production.
A Wounded Fawn:
Feature-length narrative, world premiere.
It's a fantastic idea: During a weekend retreat, a serial killer invites a fresh victim to join his expanding list of victims. She's falling for his deceptive charms, and he's salivating at the prospect of a blood meal. There is nothing that could go wrong here. Travis Stevens is the director. Written by Nathan Faudree and Travis Stevens. Joe Barbagallo, Laurence Gendron, and Travis Stevens worked on the project. Josh Ruben, Sarah Lind, Malin Barr, Katie Kuang, Laksmi Hedemark, Tanya Everett, Marshall Taylor Thurman, Leandro Taub, Neal Mayer are in the cast.. Release of the Shudders.
North American premiere of a narrative feature film.
This psychological horror sequel to Alex Thompson's renowned Saint Frances follows a driven resident doctor as he relocates to a rural hospital for a fresh start where he becomes captivated with the case of an asthmatic young child. Alex Thompson is the director. The cast includes Namir Smallwood, Sidney Flanigan, Michael Potts, Max Lipchitz, David Cromer, and Cheryl Lynn Bruce.
Using a controversial new medical procedure, persons in a world where ghosts are real and regularly make headlines can now kill themselves in peace. During this breakthrough, two strangers journey cross-country together to terminate their lives, only to find out what they've been missing while on the route. Mali Elfman is the director and writer of this film. Derek Bishé and Narineh Hacopian worked on the project. Katie Parker, Rahul Kohli, Rose McIver, Karen Gillan, Tongayi Chirisa, Diva Zappa are among the cast members.