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TRIBECA 2021

Le Festival de Tribeca dévoile son programme

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- Parmi les films européens choisis figurent les nouveaux films d’Elisabeth Vogler, Levan Koguashvili, Thomas Daneskov, Shariff Korver et Max Eriksson

Le Festival de Tribeca dévoile son programme
Années 20 d'Elisabeth Vogler

Cet article est disponible en anglais.

Yesterday, the Tribeca Film Festival revealed its 2021 line-up. This year’s selection includes 66 films spanning three competitive strands. 56 of these titles are world premieres.

The festival will run from 9-20 June in a hybrid form, comprising in-person events at outdoor venues across all five boroughs of New York. The gathering will be opened by the world premiere of Jon M Chu’s In the Heights, based on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s stage musical of the same name.

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The International Feature Competition includes a few European films. Roaring 20’s by French filmmaker Elisabeth Vogler (Netflix title Paris Is Us) gives viewers the chance not only to travel to Paris, but to live a day in the life there during the COVID-19 pandemic, in a single unbroken shot. Brighton 4th (Bulgaria/Georgia/Monaco/Russia/United States), the new film by Georgian director Levan Koguashvili (Blind Dates [+lire aussi :
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), is the story of a Georgian wrestler en route to Brooklyn to help his son out of a gambling debt. Wild Men, the new feature by Denmark’s Thomas Daneskov (The Elite [+lire aussi :
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), is a comedy about a man wandering the Norwegian forest in a misguided attempt to find a sense of purpose and independence. Do Not Hesitate, by Dutch director Shariff Korver (The Intruder [+lire aussi :
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), follows a Dutch military convoy on a peacekeeping mission as they encounter a local boy who refuses to leave. The first feature by British director Andrew Gaynord, All My Friends Hate Me, portrays the reunion of a young man and his college crew for a birthday weekend of memories. The section is rounded off by 2020 Cannes selection and 2021 Berlinale Panorama selection Souad [+lire aussi :
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, directed by Egypt’s Ayten Amin.

The Documentary Competition boasts one European title, Max Eriksson’s The Scars of Ali Boulala (Sweden/Norway), about the titular skateboarding prodigy from Sweden looking back on the DIY videos and fast-paced lifestyle of his coming-of-age in the ’90s skating scene.

In the Spotlight Documentary section, the European selections are A-ha the Movie (Norway/Germany) by Thomas Robsahm, The Lost Leonardo (Denmark/France/Sweden) by Andreas Koefoed, Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story (UK) by Laura Fairrie, and Stockholm Syndrome (USA/Sweden) by The Architects.

Lastly, the Movies Plus section features The Father of the Cyborgs, a documentary by Ireland’s David Burke and Paper & Glue (France/USA), the new documentary by French artist JR. after his successful collaborations with Agnès Varda (Faces Places [+lire aussi :
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) and Alice Rohrwacher (short film Omelia Contadina).

Interestingly, according to the festival, 60% of the selected features are directed by female, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ filmmakers among 11,222 total submissions across all categories.

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