Attention Jeffrey McHale: YOU DON’T NOMI is a smartly done, five stars plus debut for your first feature documentary, so you Hang 10 for the waves of approbation and disapprobation coming your way for your derring-do to step into the cinematic maelstrom of SHOWGIRLS.
The 18th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is scheduled April 24 to May 5, 2019 in the Big Apple, another round of ecstatic celebration of storytelling in all forms from film to TV, VR to gaming. Submissions open August 20 for feature and short films; episodic and online storytelling; virtual, immersive, and augmented reality; as well as branded entertainment.
Started working on this review as I was shaking off the willies from watching the perils facing the female characters in this superb movie, grisly yet eloquent if you can imagine, written and directed by Nia Dacosta primarily about two sisters whose fates seem to be repeatedly at risk no matter what they try to do or did do right.
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What’s happening for credential holders April 21.
The short films will be presented in 10 distinct competition programs, which consist of five narrative, three documentary, one animation, and one hybrid program. The program will also include special screenings and the 12th annual Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival, sponsored by Mohegan Sun. The Shorts Film program, sponsored by Nutella®, runs throughout the Festival, April 18-29.
Manny Jalonschi joins Kadia Goba and Gregg Morris to cover the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.
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