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In Living Color reunion, The Simpsons coming to Tribeca Film Festival

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The Tribeca Film Festival has added 16 television projects to its 2019 lineup.

In addition to eight series premieres, two season premieres, one feature documentary, five indie pilots, the Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal-founded festival will reunite the cast and creators of sketch comedy show In Living Color — including Keenan Ivory Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Kim Wayans, Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier and Rosie Perez — 25 years after its finale, while the long-running animated series The Simpsons will also celebrate its 30th anniversary with a special presentation of two episodes, followed by a Yeardley Smith-moderated panel discussion between James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Matt Selman, Al Jean, and Harry Shearer.

Two other shows joining the festival are Mr. Robot and Younger. Ahead of Mr. Robot‘s fourth and final season, series actors Rami Malek, Christian Slater, and Carly Chaikin will sit down with creator Sam Esmail for a retrospective on the USA Network program. Younger creator Darren Star and cast members Sutton Foster, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard, and Charles Michael Davis will also assemble for a live conversation following the world premiere screening of the first episode of the Paramount Network series’ sixth season.

Also among the Tribeca TV slate are world premieres of Amazon Prime’s dark superhero project The Boys, which is executive-produced by Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, and Evan Goldberg; Netflix’s animated series Tuca & Bertie, voiced by Tiffany Haddish and Ali Wong; On Tour with Asperger’s Are Us, an HBO-distributed docuseries from Mark and Jay Duplass; Nat Geo’s The Hot Zone starring Julianna Margulies in a true story about the origins of the Ebola virus; and HBO’s Chernobyl, a chronicle of the 1986 nuclear accident in the titular region starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård, and Emily Watson.

On the movie side, the Margot Robbie-produced historical drama Dreamland — which stars the actress as bank robber Allison Wells — is also set to premiere at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival alongside Danny Boyle’s Beatles-themed dramedy Yesterday, Zac Efron’s Ted Bundy biopic Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile, Downsizing star Hong Chau’s speculative drama based on the kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst in 1974, Oscar-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams’ The Apollo theater documentary, Christoph Waltz’s directorial feature debut Georgetown (starring Annette Bening and Vanessa Redgrave), and RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 3 champion Trixie Mattel‘s Moving Parts, a documentary about her rise to prominence on the folk music scene.

Film-based panels and special presentations set for Tribeca’s upcoming edition include a never-before-seen, restored version of Francis Ford Coppola’s classic Vietnam War-set film Apocalypse Now in 4K Ultra HD as well as cast and crew reunions for Cameron Crowe’s 1989 coming-of-age romance Say Anything…, Rob Reiner’s directorial debut This Is Spinal Tap (which celebrates its 35th anniversary this year), and Ben Stiller’s 25-year-old freshman directorial effort Reality Bites.

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival — also featuring the N.O.W. (New Online Work) section showcasing 12 progressive projects specifically crafted on digital platforms — runs from April 24 through May 5. Pass and package information is available on the festival’s website. Tickets for events at the Beacon Theatre go on sale beginning March 19 at 11 a.m. ET; Single tickets for all other festival events go on sale March 26 at 11 a.m. ET. Read on for more details on the festival’s just-announced TV and N.O.W. presentations.



In Living Color – Celebrating 25 Years since the Finale

Twenty-five years after its finale, the cast and creator of the groundbreaking sketch comedy show In Living Color will reunite to reflect on the Emmy Award-winning show that upended the landscape of television comedy and launched the careers of some of the greatest entertainers of our time. Following a screening of the pilot episode of In Living Color, the series creator and stars will come together to celebrate the show’s immeasurable influence and illuminate how the show continues to be equal parts subversive and hilarious.

Event time: April 27 at 5:00 PM, Tribeca Festival Hub

The Simpsons – 30th Anniversary

In the thirty years since The Simpsons first debuted, the satirical cartoon has become the very center of popular culture; a juggernaut that is ingrained in the cultural fabric of America. In the three decades it has been on the air, the show has influenced popular culture, media and politics by brilliantly and incisively depicting the ridiculous pageant of American society. Following a screening of the episodes Marge vs the Monorail and The Day the Earth Stood Cool, the creative team of The Simpsons will come together to celebrate the immeasurable legacy of the longest-running animated series in television history.

Event time: April 28 at 5:00 PM, BMCC

The Boys (Amazon Prime Video) – New Series World Premiere

Executive Producers: Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty, Ori Marmur, Ken F. Levin, Jason Netter.

The Boys is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. Based on a comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Screen time:  April 29 at 8:45 PM, SVA Theatre   

Chernobyl (HBO/Sky) – New Series World Premiere

Executive Producers: Carolyn Strauss, Jane Featherstone, Craig Mazin.

Chernobyl dramatizes the story of the 1986 nuclear accident, one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history, and of the brave men and women who sacrificed to save Europe from disaster, all the while battling a culture of disinformation.

Screen time: April 26 at 8:00 PM, Tribeca Festival Hub

The Hot Zone (National Geographic) – New Series World Premiere

Executive Producers: Lynda Obst, David Zucker, Kelly Souders, Brian Peterson, Jenn Vintar

The Hot Zone is based on Richard Preston’s bestseller, and is inspired by a true story about the origins of the Ebola virus and its arrival on U.S. soil.

Screen time: April 30 at 5:30 PM, SVA 

I Want My MTV (A&E Network) – World Premiere, Feature Documentary

Produced by: David Kennedy, Nick Quested, Tyler Measom, Patrick Waldrop.  

Directed and written by Tyler Measom, Patrick Waldrop.

In 1981, a new music-centric network launched that would come to define a generation. Featuring the musicians, VJ’s and executives who were there from the beginning, Tyler Measom and Patrick Waldrop’s energetic documentary revisits the early days of the cultural juggernaut.

Screen time:  May 1 at 9:00 PM, SVA

On Tour With Asperger’s Are Us (HBO) – New Series World Premiere

Executive Producers: Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass, Mel Eslyn, Carolyn Craddock, Alex Lehmann, Sean Bradley.

This six-part documentary series follows the first all-autistic comedy troupe as it navigates its first cross-country tour.

Screen time:  April 29 at 8:00 PM, SVA

State of the Union (SundanceTV/SundanceNOW) – New Series New York Premiere

Executive Producers: Jamie Laurenson, Hakan Kousetta, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman

An original comedy series about contemporary relationships. Each ten-minute episode is set in a pub immediately before Louise (Rosamund Pike) and Tom (Chris O’Dowd) have their weekly marital therapy session.

Screen time: May 4 at 6:30 PM, SVA

Tuca & Bertie (Netflix) – New Series World Premiere

Creator: Lisa Hanawalt

Executive Producers: Lisa Hanawalt, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, Noel Bright, Steven A. Cohen, Tiffany Haddish, Ali Wong.

Tuca & Bertie is an animated comedy series about the friendship between two 30-year-old bird women who live in the same apartment building. It features Tuca, a cocky, carefree toucan, and Bertie, an anxious, daydreaming songbird.

Screen time: May 1 at 8:30 PM, Tribeca Festival Hub

Vida (Starz) – Season 2 World Premiere

Executive Producers: Tanya Saracho, Robin Schwartz, Marc Turtletaub, Peter Saraf, Stephanie Langhoff.

In the second season of Vida, Lyn and Emma begin the monumental task of rebuilding the bar. They navigate obstacles while contemplating the relationships in their lives, including their own, and are forced to dig deep to unearth what their mother’s legacy means to them.

Screen time:  May 2 at 5:30 PM, SVA 

Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics And Men (Showtime) – New Series New York Premiere

Director: Sacha Jenkins

Executive Producers: Sacha Jenkins, Peter Bittenbender, Chris Gary, Peter J. Scalettar.

The series looks back on the group’s career, combining intimate interviews from each of its nine living members with never-before-seen archival footage and performances. Join us at the Beacon Theatre for the premiere with all of the living members in attendance: RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Raekwon da Chef, Cappadonna and Masta Killa.

Younger (Paramount Network) – Season 6 World Premiere

Executive Producer: Darren Star

Younger follows Liza, a talented and aspiring editor navigating the highly competitive world of publishing—while juggling the complications of the lie she created about her age to land her dream job. Starring Sutton Foster, Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard and Charles Michael Davis.

Screen time: April 25 at 6:00 PM, Tribeca Festival Hub

Tribeca Talks: A Farewell to Mr. Robot (USA)

Four years ago, the pilot episode of Mr. Robot had its New York premiere at Tribeca. Now the Golden Globe- and Emmy Award®-winning series returns for a special celebration of the show and a look ahead to its fourth and final season. Join Academy Award® winner Rami Malek, Golden Globe® Award winner Christian Slater, co-star Carly Chaikin and series-creator Sam Esmail, as they look back on three incredible seasons of this groundbreaking series – and share new and exclusive information about what to expect when the show returns.

Event time: April 28 at 3:00 PM, Tribeca Festival Hub


Following successful programs at both the film festival and the September TV festival, Tribeca is continuing its tradition of opening submissions to independently produced TV pilots. Gunpowder & Sky acquired Shrimp following its Tribeca premiere and it was recently announced that On the Spectrum (2018), would be adapted by Jason Katims for Amazon.

Awokened (USA) – World Premiere

Executive Producers: Daryl Wein, David Walton, Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello

Awokened is an independent half hour cable/streaming show about a guy who has a spiritual awakening that changes his life forever. With David Walton, Majandra Delfino, Hannah Simone, Jeremy Sisto, Zoe Lister-Jones, Paul W. Downs, Lamorne Morris.

DC Noir (USA) – World Premiere

Executive Producers: George Pelecanos, Ginny Grenham

DC Noir is a crime series composed of stories that follow an array of different characters living and dying on the fringes of society in the nation’s capital. With Jay O. Sanders, Marcus Craig-Bradford, Thaddeus Street, Wale Florin, Kia Goodwin, Anwan Glover, Backyard Band.

Halfway (USA) – World Premiere

Executive Producer: Kimberley Browning

Krystal just got released from prison, and now must navigate the new rules, and an intimidating crew of fellow ex-con women residents of a Christian halfway house. With Anastasia Leddick, Noemi Gonzalez, Joy Nash, Shondrella Avery, Dot-Marie Jones, Garrick Bernard.

Lady Liberty (USA) – World Premiere

Executive Producers: Julia Lindon, Taylor Lee Nagel, Melinda Andrade

An aspiring comedian (Shea Miller) learns to embrace her queerness to find her comedic voice, and more importantly, her community. With Julia Lindon, Jason Sudeikis, Rebecca Henderson, Karen Eilbacher, Yoni Lotan, Chip Hamilton.

Unimundo 45 (USA) – World Premiere

Executive Producer: Kimberley Browning

After Trump wins the White House, a jaded Latina news producer reconnects with her suppressed activist side and becomes an unlikely TV news star. With Elizabeth De Razzo, Maria Camargo, Luis Fernandez-Gil, Garrick Bernard, Jandres Burgos, Blanca Araceli.


Sponsored by HBO

Tribeca New Online Work (N.O.W.) highlights independent creators who use the web sphere as an exhibition space to tell their stories. Previous inclusions in the slate have gone on to achieve recognition in the form of awards and network pick-up, including High Maintenance from creators Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair and Gotham award nominees Cleaner Daze from creator Tess Sweet and The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo from creator Brian Jordan Alvarez. This year’s slate includes episodic, short form and documentary work from up-and-coming and seasoned filmmakers.


Sci-fi, documentary, drama, and comedy collide in this collection of works that push aesthetic boundaries and challenge storytelling tropes.

Premiere Screening: Thursday, April 25, 6:30 PM, Regal Battery Park Theater

neurotica., created by Laura Moss & Nick Kocher (USA) – World Premiere.

A comedic sci-fi anthology series exploring personal anxieties. In episode 1, eureka!, a chronic procrastinator (Karen Gillan) meets an otherworldly being responsible for giving humanity its great ideas. Also starring Jillian Bell.

The Future is Then, created by Sarah Salovaara (USA) – Episodes 1 & 2 (World Premiere).

Set in 1996, The Future Is Then follows a widowed Trinidadian woman who is recruited to be the brains behind the scenes of an Expedia-esque start up, run by three twenty-something white dudes.

Release, created by Joe Penna & Ryan Morrison – Episodes 1 & 2 (World Premiere).

When a deadly and mysterious airborne disease spreads from remote areas of the world to the United States, the country is thrust into chaos and panic as it strikes the quiet outskirts of a large American city.

Sweater, created by Nick Borenstein (USA) – World Premiere.

Corey’s day couldn’t be worse. Then he gets a free coffee.

Kiss of the Rabbit God, created by Andrew Thomas Huang (USA) – World Premiere.

A young Chinese restaurant worker falls in love with a god who leads him on a journey of sexual awakening and self-discovery.

Walk Run Cha-Cha, created by Laura Nix (USA) – World Premiere.

Paul and Millie Cao reunited in Los Angeles after being separated by the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they become ballroom dancers to reconnect and make up for lost time in this moving documentary short.


A cornucopia of personalities are at the center of these evergreen stories of parenthood, aging, and sexuality. Plus, President Obama.

Premiere Screening: Thursday, April 25, 9:15 PM, Regal Battery Park Theater

Adult Ed, created by Matt Dellapina (USA) – Episode 2, Episode 4  (World Premiere).

A disgraced former teacher starts tutoring fellow failures around New York City while coming to grips with the toughest lesson of his life: fatherhood. With Campbell Scott.

Anne+, created by Maud Wiemeijer & Valerie Bisscheroux (NED) – Episode 1 (North American Premiere), Episode 2 (International Premiere).

The weekend 24-year-old Anne moves into her Amsterdam apartment, she unexpectedly runs into ex-girlfriend Lily. Her reappearance pushes Anne to reflect on the diverse women from her past and their influence on her life.

Frame by Frame, created by Yvonne Michelle Shirley (USA) – Episodes 1 & 2 (World Premiere).

Celebrated photojournalists explore images of the people and events that helped shape the American experience in this documentary series, and discuss how working with photographs impacts them personally. Featuring Pete Souza and Alysia Burton Steele. 

Better Days, created by Nabeel Muscatwalla & Adam Turkel (USA) – Episodes 1 & 5 (World Premiere), Episode 2 (New York Premiere).

A Muslim-American twenty-something faces a series of awkward encounters as he tries to get on with his day.

99, created by Nick Borenstein (USA) – World Premiere.

A mother and son shop for a Bar Mitzvah gift at a 99 Cent store.

MotherStruck, created by Staceyann Chin & Micaela Birmingham (USA) – Episodes 1 & 2 (World Premiere).

The true story of a lesbian’s quest to become a mother. With her closest friends by her side, she embarks on a wild road toward motherhood.


The New York Times’ Op-Docs – Featuring Stories Of Immigration

For the third year in a row, The New York Times‘ Op-Docs brings five inventively crafted documentary shorts to Tribeca N.O.W. This year’s group of films, produced with Concordia Studio, find a common thread in stories of immigration and belonging, captured with poignant and unflinching eloquence by a diverse range of artists.

After the screening, please join us for a conversation with the filmmakers, moderated by The New York Times’ national immigration reporter, Caitlin Dickerson.

Screening: Saturday, May 4, 2:30 PM, SVA

Walk Run Cha-Cha., directed by Laura Nix (USA) – World Premiere

Paul and Millie Cao lost their youth to the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Forty years later, they have become successful professionals in Southern California — and are rediscovering themselves on the dancefloor.

Darlin, directed by Isabel Castro (USA) – World Premiere

Darlin follows a Honduran family in the months after their separation under the zero tolerance policy.

El Vacio, directed by Deborah Esquenazi (USA) – World Premiere

In a mesmerizing confessional built from home video and animation, Karla Cornejo Villavicencio explores the mental prisons and personal trauma created by immigration policy.

La Reina de Watermelon Thump, directed by Jeff Reichert & Farihah Zaman (USA) – World Premiere

In Luling, the “toughest town in Texas”, two Latina high school girls compete to be the next Watermelon Thump Queen.

Boca del Lobo, directed by Jesse Moss (USA) – World Premiere

Mario Guevara, a reporter for Mundo Hispanico, investigates the impact of ICE arrests on his Atlanta community.

Topic Studios – Digital Docs

Tribeca N.O.W. is excited to spotlight Topic Studios’ commitment to supporting and cultivating creators of online work. These formally dynamic documentary projects—offering meditations on familial connection, historical memory, and photographic representation—epitomize the experimentation that Topic pursues in the digital space.

After the screening, please join us for a moderated conversation with the filmmakers.

Screening: Monday, April 29, 6:30 PM, VEC 

Black 14, directed by Darius Clark Monroe (USA)

Directed by Darius Clark Monroe and executive produced by Spike Lee, this documentary short tells the story of what happened when a group of college athletes decided to protest racial injustice.

Frame by Frame, directed by Yvonne Shirley (USA) – World Premiere

Celebrated photojournalists explore images of the people and events that helped shape the American experience, and discuss how working with photographs impacts them personally.  Featuring Pete Souza and Alysia Burton Steele.

Passing: A Family in Black & White, directed by Robin Cloud (USA) – World Premiere

Filmmaker Robin Cloud reaches out to her long lost Nebraska cousins – who unbeknownst to them were passing for white – in an attempt to bring them back into her family.

Obits, directed by Alix Lambert & Manual Cinema (USA) – World Premiere

Obits explores the unexpected connections between the lives of three strangers who all died on the same day, revealing how much more we have in common than we might think.


A first of its kind daylong, private industry market that brings together leading online and immersive storytellers (2019 N.O.W. Showcase creators + an additional curated group of online and VR writers/performers/influencers) to pitch new projects to a wide-range of industry, including distributors, agencies and brands.

The following online and VR/immersive filmmakers will participate in the Creators Market:

Robin Cloud is a Los Angeles-based comedian, writer, and director Arts. Her first narrative short, Out Again (2017), was executive produced by Refinery29 as part of their Shatterbox Anthology and has screened at over 35 film festivals. Her production company, Cloud Creative Media, was launched in March of 2016 and focuses on creating independent narrative and documentary films and series.

A Chicago native, Jade Daugherty is a comedy writer/performer currently living in Brooklyn, NY. She loves hot dogs and dichotomies.

Fred Soligan has directed work for UCB, BricTV, The New Yorker and IFC Comedy Cribs. In 2018, projects he directed won awards at festivals including NYTVF and UrbanWorld.

Alex Goyette is a writer/director with projects that have been featured on Netflix, MTV and Amazon. In 2014, Alex wrote and directed EXPELLED, which topped all digital download charts on its first day of release.

Nora Hawari is a first generation Arab-American filmmaker who seeks to change the world through her love of cinema. Nora acts, writes and directs all her own original work.

Betsy Kenney and Dara Katz are writing partners and performers based in New York City. Dubbed the new “Genre Queens” by Splitsider, they are the creators of the ’90s action-packed thriller Bounty Hunters, the Aaron Spelling-inspired IFC Comedy Crib series The Place We Live, and most recently, the chilling “true” crime anthology unSOLVABLE. They perform regularly at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater and their work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Decider, Time Out, and Vice.

Noah Levenson’s viral interactive projects have received millions of views and enthusiastic praise from Fast Company, SFist, Bustle, and many more. He’s created sketches about the internet with Key & Peele and written about meme culture for the NY Daily News. Previously, he served as Editorial Director of MTV2.

Originally from Hunan, China, Mijie Li served as co-producer on the Sundance-winning documentary, American Factory. Her first feature, Confucian Dream, will have its World Premiere at Hot Docs in 2019.

Born in Shanghai, J. Faye Yuan is a New York based bilingual writer, producer, and editor. Her mobile documentary launched at POV Hackathon 9 and was a finalist at Sundance New Frontier.

Alix Lambert has directed and produced three feature length documentaries: The Mark of Cain, Bayou Blue, and Mentor, as well as numerous shorts. She was a writer on the HBO show Deadwood and a writer / producer on John from Cincinnati. She has conceived, written and directed two short series for MOCA tv: Crime: The Animated Series, and Ambiance. She is the author of Crime and The Silencing.

Manual Cinema is a performance collective, design studio, and film/ video production company founded in 2010 by Drew Dir, Sarah Fornace, Ben Kauffman, Julia Miller, and Kyle Vegter. Manual Cinema combines handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and innovative sound and music to create immersive stories for stage and screen.

Lilian Mehrel is an award-winning writer & director who distills the humor and poetics of life into stories. She earned her NYU Tisch Grad Film MFA with a PDSoros Fellowship, and wrote/illustrated a family memoir as a Dartmouth Senior Fellow. Her awards include HFPA, Tribeca Film Institute, Google, and Alfred P. Sloan.

Mary Evangelista is an award-winning filmmaker born in the Philippines with an MFA from NYU Tisch, Mary pursues transformative stories full of bullish heart/levity. Her screenings include Tribeca 2019 (co-creator, Water Melts), Sundance 2019 (creator, Fran This Summer), and Slamdance 2018 (producer, Fish Bones). She is a Film Independent’s Project Involve Directing Fellow.

Krista Nylen is a creator and product designer. She studied creative writing at Williams College and attended Harvard Business School, focusing on emerging technology. She currently works at Spotify, specializing in new content experiences.

Vishaal Reddy is an actor, singer, and creator based in New York. Vishaal hopes to develop more TV & film content geared towards making South Asian stories more multi-dimensional and accessible to the masses. As a member of the queer community, he hopes to challenge stereotypes that often plague queer people of color’s narratives in media.

Emily is a Canadian/British filmmaker currently in Toronto. Emily created and directed the series COLD starring Emily Basso (CAPTAIN FANTASTIC) for Verizon’s Go90. She graduated from York University in Canada with a BFA in Film Production & Screenwriting.

Tamara Shogaolu is an international director with a track record in featuring her work at film festivals, galleries, and museums worldwide. She is a 2018 Sundance Institute New Frontier lab Programs Fellow.

Christian Teelucksingh is the founder of Breakthrough Ideas LLC, a turnkey production company, directing and producing projects from commercials to documentaries. At BTI we create, innovate, and turn ideas into action.

Celine Tricart is a director, cinematographer and founder of Lucid Dreams Productions whose work has gathered numerous awards. She is considered a pioneer in both 3D and virtual reality.  Celine produced and directed Maria Bello’s “Sun Ladies” VR experience about the women fighting ISIS in Iraq, which premiered at Sundance 2018.

Alice Trueman is an award-winning, upcoming writer/director from the UK. She is currently developing new work with the British Film Institute and created the new comedy sketch webseries SPOON THE PRUNE.

Rain Valdez is an out and proud transgender actress and award-winning filmmaker. She played Coco in season 2 of TV Land’s Lopez and doubles in Amazon’s Transparent as Miss Van Nuys on screen and a Producer behind the scenes.  She recently starred in a half hour comedy pilot directed by Paul Feig for Freeform TV, and also just completed showrunning and starring in Razor Tongue, a web series she wrote.

Also participating in the Tribeca N.O.W. Creators Market are  N.O.W Showcase creators Nick Borenstein, Micaela Birmingham, Matt Dellapina, Andrew Thomas Huang, Laura Moss and Nick Kocher, Nabeel Muscatwalla and Adam Turkel, Laura Nix, Sarah Salovaara, Yvonne Michelle Shirley, and Maud Wiemeijer and Valerie Bischeroux.

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