Blue Note Records Beyond the Notes. George McKenzie Jr. Photo courtesy: Tribeca Film Festival
Blue Note Records Beyond the Notes. George McKenzie Jr. Photo courtesy: Tribeca Film Festival

63 Short Films Set to Screen

A record-setting 5,131 submissions were sent in for the opportunity to have screen time at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.

The 18th edition, which will take place April 24 – May 5 in New York City.

Festival organizers recently announced 103 featured films set to screen at Tribeca 2019. Women directors will make a large imprint this year with a large percentage of the films being screened.

The festival organizers announced:

‘There will also be special screening programs for the annual Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival and the debut of shorts from the Queen Collective, a program developed with Procter & Gamble, aimed at accelerating gender and racial equality behind the camera.’

Films with Distribution

  • American Factory – Netflix
  • Ask Dr. Ruth – Magnolia
  • At the Heart of Gold – HBO
  • Charlie Says – IFC Films
  • Dominican Dream – ESPN Films
  • Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile – Netflix
  • Maiden – Sony Pictures Classics
  • One Child Nation – Amazon Studios
  • See You Yesterday – Netflix
  • What’s My Name | Muhammad Ali – HBO
  • SportsXY Chelsea – Showtim

Additional films are set for streaming services following the festival.

Watch the preview video for the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival on YouTube.