Audience Awards – Tribeca Film Festival 2022

Audience Award Winners for Tribeca Festival 2022, presented by OKX, are decided by TFF audiences voting for their picks online and in person, include three categories: Best Documentary Feature, Best Narrative Feature and Best Online Premiere.

AUDIENCE AWARD – NARRATIVE
First Place: Our Father, the Devil – Directed by Ellie Foumbi
Marie Cissé’s (Babetida Sadjo) troubled past comes calling with the arrival of Father Patrick (Souléymane Sy Savané), an African priest whom she recognizes from a terrifying episode in her homeland.

Second Place: Wes Schlagenhauf Is Dying – Directed by Parker Seaman
A personalized video message to a coworker who contracted COVID, ignites an artistic fire in two aspiring directors, inspiring them to take a cross country road trip to visit their sick friend. Available on Tribeca at Home

AUDIENCE AWARD – DOCUMENTARY
First Place: The Cave of Adullam – Directed by Laura Checkoway
A heartwarming look at Detroit martial arts teacher Jason Wilson, who mentors young Black boys, giving them rare and invaluable experience of being seen and cared for as the vulnerable beings they are.

Second Place: Lift – Directed by David Peterson New York Theatre Ballet’s Project LIFT program has been offering scholarships to homeless, home insecure and at-risk children, exposing them to the beauty and discipline of ballet, often for the first time while helping them develop talent they never knew they had. Available on Tribeca at Home.

AUDIENCE AWARD – ONLINE
First Place: Cherry – Directed by Sophie Galibert
A driftless and uncommitted 25-year-old in Los Angeles discovers she has only 24 hours to make one of the most consequential decisions of her life, what to do about an unplanned pregnancy. Available on Tribeca at Home

Second Place: In Her Name – Directed by Sarah Carter
Frustrated, aspiring artist Freya has to put her career on hold to care for her formerly famous artist dad. When her estranged, well-heeled sister Fiona shows up, the sisters grapple with the impending demise of their father, reigniting their sibling rivalry. Available on Tribeca at Home.

Tribeca has curated a selection of feature and short films that will be available exclusively online for U.S. audiences through the Tribeca at Home platform. These thought-provoking and compelling narratives and documentaries can be viewed now through June 26. Get your Tribeca at Home Pass Now.

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Gregg W. Morris can be reached at gregghc@comcast.net, profgreggwmorris@gmail.com

 

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