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LocationTribeca Film Festival_header_cell_0_0_0 New York City, New York, U.S.Tribeca Film Festival_cell_0_0_1
FoundedTribeca Film Festival_header_cell_0_1_0 2001; 19 years ago (2001)Tribeca Film Festival_cell_0_1_1
Most recentTribeca Film Festival_header_cell_0_2_0 2019; 1 year ago (2019)Tribeca Film Festival_cell_0_2_1
LanguageTribeca Film Festival_header_cell_0_3_0 EnglishTribeca Film Festival_cell_0_3_1
WebsiteTribeca Film Festival_header_cell_0_4_0 Tribeca Film Festival_cell_0_4_1

The Tribeca Film Festival is an annual festival organized by Tribeca Enterprises. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_0

It takes place each spring in New York City, showcasing a diverse selection of film, episodic, talks, music, games, art and immersive programming. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_1

Tribeca was founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in 2001 to spur the economic and cultural revitalization of lower Manhattan following the attacks on the World Trade Center. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_2

Each year the festival hosts over 600 screenings with approximately 150,000 attendees and awards independent artists in 23 juried competitive categories. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_3

History Tribeca Film Festival_section_0

The Tribeca Film Festival was founded in 2002 by Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, and Craig Hatkoff, in response to the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the consequent loss of vitality in the Tribeca neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_4

The inaugural festival launched after 120 days of planning with the help of more than 1,300 volunteers. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_5

It was attended by more than 150,000 people and featured several up-and-coming filmmakers. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_6

The festival included juried narrative, documentary and short film competitions; a restored classics series; a best of New York series curated by Martin Scorsese; 13 major panel discussions; an all-day family festival; and the premieres of studio films Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones, About A Boy, the American remake of Insomnia, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_7

The 2003 festival brought more than 300,000 people. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_8

The festival showcased an expanded group of independent features, documentaries and short films from around the world, coupled with studio premieres, panel discussions, music and comedy concerts, a family festival, sports activities, and outdoor movie screenings along the Hudson River. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_9

The family festival featured children's movie screenings, storytelling, family panels, workshops, and interactive games culminating in a daylong street fair that drew a crowd estimated at 250,000 people. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_10

At the end of 2003, De Niro purchased the theater at 54 Varick Street which had housed the recently closed Screening Room, an art house that had shown independent films nightly, renaming it the Tribeca Cinema. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_11

It became one of the of the festival. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_12

In an effort to serve its mission of bringing independent film to the widest possible audience, in 2006, the festival expanded its reach in New York City and internationally. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_13

In New York City, Tribeca hosted screenings throughout Manhattan as the festival's 1,000-plus screening schedule outgrew the capacity downtown. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_14

Internationally, the Festival brought films to the Rome Film Festival. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_15

As part of the celebrations in Rome, Tribeca was awarded the first-ever "Steps and Stars" award, presented on the Spanish Steps. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_16

A total of 169 feature films and 99 shorts were selected from 4,100 film submissions, including 1,950 feature submissions—three times the total submissions from the first festival in 2002. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_17

The festival featured 90 world premieres, nine international premieres, 31 North American premieres, 6 U.S. premieres, and 28 New York City premieres. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_18

In 2009, Rosenthal, Hatkoff and De Niro were named number 14 on Barron's list of the world's top 25 philanthropists for their role in regenerating TriBeCa's economy after September 11. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_19

In 2011, L.A. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_20 Noire became the first video game to be recognized by the Tribeca Film Festival. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_21

In 2013, Beyond: Two Souls, featuring Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, became only the second game to be premiered at the festival. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_22

The 19th Tribeca Film Festival, originally scheduled for April 15–26, 2020, was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_23

In the weeks and months that followed, Tribeca launched several digital offerings to highlight filmmakers and creators who had hoped to premiere their latest works at the spring gathering. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_24

It provided a secure digital platform for 2020 Festival films seeking distribution to be viewed by press and industry and hosted a virtual gathering space for Tribeca N.O.W. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_25

Creators Market. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_26

In response to the global pandemic, Tribeca organized We Are One in partnership with YouTube, a free,10-day digital festival that provided entertainment and connection for audiences at home and raised international COVID-19 relief funds. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_27

The program was co-curated by 21 of the top international film festivals including Cannes, Sundance, TIFF and Venice and showcased over 100 hours of shorts, features, talks and music to an audience of 1.9 million people in 179 countries. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_28

In July 2020, Tribeca launched one of the first large scale pop-up drive-in series across the country to provide audiences with entertainment in a safe, socially-distanced environment. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_29

Screenings took place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA, Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX, Orchard Beach in the Bronx neighborhood of New York and Nickerson Beach in Nassau County, NY. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_30

The series employed local production staff and partnered with small food businesses who had been impacted by the lockdown. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_31

On August 7, 2020, organizers announced that the 20th anniversary edition of the festival will be held from June 9 to June 20, 2021, with a dedicated space to celebrate films whose premieres were not able to take place in the festival that was cancelled in 2020. Tribeca Film Festival_sentence_32

Awards Tribeca Film Festival_section_1

U.S. Narrative Competition Tribeca Film Festival_section_2

Best U.S. Narrative Feature Tribeca Film Festival_section_3

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  • 2020 – The Half of It, directed by Alice WuTribeca Film Festival_item_0_0
  • 2019 – Burning Cane, written and directed by Phillip YoumansTribeca Film Festival_item_0_1
  • 2018 – Diane, written and directed by Kent JonesTribeca Film Festival_item_0_2
  • 2017 – Keep the Change written and directed by Rachel IsraelTribeca Film Festival_item_0_3
  • 2016 – Dean, directed by Demetri MartinTribeca Film Festival_item_0_4

Best Actor in a U.S. Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_4

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Best Actress in a U.S. Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_5

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Best Cinematography in a U.S. Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_6

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  • 2020 – Greta Zozula, Chananun Chotrungroj and Kelly Jeffrey for Materna.Tribeca Film Festival_item_3_14
  • 2019 – Phillip Youmans for Burning CaneTribeca Film Festival_item_3_15
  • 2018 – Wyatt Garfield for DianeTribeca Film Festival_item_3_16
  • 2017 – Chris Teague for Love After LoveTribeca Film Festival_item_3_17
  • 2016 – Michael Ragen for KicksTribeca Film Festival_item_3_18

Best Screenplay in a U.S. Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_7

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  • 2020 – Cowboys, written by Anna KerriganTribeca Film Festival_item_4_19
  • 2018 – Diane, written by Kent JonesTribeca Film Festival_item_4_20
  • 2017 – Abundant Acreage Available, written by Angus MacLachlanTribeca Film Festival_item_4_21

World Narrative Competition Tribeca Film Festival_section_8

Best Narrative Feature Tribeca Film Festival_section_9

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Best New Narrative Filmmaker Tribeca Film Festival_section_10

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  • 2020 – Gaspar Antillo for Nobody Knows I'm HereTribeca Film Festival_item_6_40
  • 2019 – Ellen Fiske and Ellinor Hallin for Scheme BirdsTribeca Film Festival_item_6_41
  • 2017 – Rachel Israel, director of Keep the ChangeTribeca Film Festival_item_6_42
  • 2015 – Zachary Treitz for Men Go to BattleTribeca Film Festival_item_6_43
  • 2014 – Josef Wladyka for Manos SuciasTribeca Film Festival_item_6_44
  • 2013 – Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais for WhitewashTribeca Film Festival_item_6_45
  • 2012 – Lucy Mulloy, Una NocheTribeca Film Festival_item_6_46
  • 2011 – Park Jung-bum for The Journals of MusanTribeca Film Festival_item_6_47
  • 2010 – Kim Chapiron for Dog PoundTribeca Film Festival_item_6_48
  • 2009 – Rune Denstad Langlo for NorthTribeca Film Festival_item_6_49
  • 2008 – Huseyin Karabey for My Marlon and BrandoTribeca Film Festival_item_6_50
  • 2007 – Enrique Begne for Two EmbracesTribeca Film Festival_item_6_51
  • 2006 – Marwan Hamed for The Yacoubian BuildingTribeca Film Festival_item_6_52
  • 2005 – Alicia Scherson for PlayTribeca Film Festival_item_6_53
  • 2004 – Liu Fendou for Green HatTribeca Film Festival_item_6_54
  • 2003 – Valeria Bruni Tedeschi for It's Easier for a Camel...Tribeca Film Festival_item_6_55
  • 2002 – Eric Eason for ManitoTribeca Film Festival_item_6_56

Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_11

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Best Actress in a Narrative Feature Film Tribeca Film Festival_section_12

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Best Documentary Feature Tribeca Film Festival_section_13

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Best New Documentary Filmmaker Tribeca Film Festival_section_14

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  • 2020 – Jessica Earnshaw for JacintaTribeca Film Festival_item_10_104
  • 2017 – Sarita Khurana and Smriti Mundhra for A Suitable GirlTribeca Film Festival_item_10_105
  • 2016 – David Feige for UntouchableTribeca Film Festival_item_10_106
  • 2015 – Ewan McNicol and Anna Sandilands for UncertainTribeca Film Festival_item_10_107
  • 2014 – Alan Hicks for Keep On Keepin' OnTribeca Film Festival_item_10_108
  • 2013 – Sean Dunne for OxyanaTribeca Film Festival_item_10_109
  • 2011 – Pablo Croce for Like WaterTribeca Film Festival_item_10_110
  • 2010 – Clio Barnard for The ArborTribeca Film Festival_item_10_111
  • 2009 – Ian Olds for Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal NaqshbandiTribeca Film Festival_item_10_112
  • 2008 – Carlos Carcass for Old Man BeboTribeca Film Festival_item_10_113
  • 2007 – Vardan Hovhannisyan for A Story of People in War and PeaceTribeca Film Festival_item_10_114
  • 2006 – Pelin Esmer for The PlayTribeca Film Festival_item_10_115
  • 2005 – Jeff Zimbalist and Matt Mochary for Favela RisingTribeca Film Festival_item_10_116
  • 2004 – Paulo Sacramento for The Prisoner of the Iron Bars: Self-PortraitsTribeca Film Festival_item_10_117

Best Documentary Editing Tribeca Film Festival_section_15

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  • 2020 – Amy Foete for Father, Soldier, SonTribeca Film Festival_item_11_118
  • 2017 – Adam Nielson for Bobbi JeneTribeca Film Festival_item_11_119

Best Cinematography Tribeca Film Festival_section_16

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  • 2020 – Daniella Nowitz for AsiaTribeca Film Festival_item_12_120
  • 2017 – Elvira Lind for Bobbi JeneTribeca Film Festival_item_12_121
  • 2015 – Magnus Jønck for BridgendTribeca Film Festival_item_12_122
  • 2014 – Damian García for GuerosTribeca Film Festival_item_12_123
  • 2013 – Marius Matzow Gulbrandsen for Before SnowfallTribeca Film Festival_item_12_124
  • 2012 – Trevor Forrest and Shlomo Godder for Una NocheTribeca Film Festival_item_12_125
  • 2011 – Lisa Tillinger for Artificial ParadisesTribeca Film Festival_item_12_126

Best Screenplay Tribeca Film Festival_section_17

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Best Narrative Editing Tribeca Film Festival_section_18

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  • 2015 – Oliver Bugge Coutté for BridgendTribeca Film Festival_item_14_134
  • 2014 – Keith Miller for Five StarTribeca Film Festival_item_14_135

Best Narrative Short Tribeca Film Festival_section_19

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  • 2020 – No More Wings, directed by Abraham AdeyemiTribeca Film Festival_item_15_136
  • 2017 – Retouch, directed by Kaveh MazaheriTribeca Film Festival_item_15_137
  • 2015 – Listen, directed by Hamy Ramezan and Rungano NyoniTribeca Film Festival_item_15_138
  • 2014 – The Phone Call, directed by Mat KirkbyTribeca Film Festival_item_15_139
  • 2013 – The Nightshift Belongs to the Stars, directed by Edoardo PontiTribeca Film Festival_item_15_140
  • 2010 – Father Christmas Doesn't Come Here, written by Bongi Ndaba, Sibongile Nkosana directed by Bekhi SibiyaTribeca Film Festival_item_15_141
  • 2009 – The North Road, directed by Carlos ChahineTribeca Film Festival_item_15_142
  • 2008 – New Boy, directed by Steph GreenTribeca Film Festival_item_15_143
  • 2007 – The Last Dog in Rwanda, directed by Jens AssurTribeca Film Festival_item_15_144
  • 2006 – The Shovel, directed by Nick ChildsTribeca Film Festival_item_15_145
  • 2005 – Cashback, directed by Sean EllisTribeca Film Festival_item_15_146
  • 2004 – Shock Act, directed by Seth GrossmanTribeca Film Festival_item_15_147
  • 2002 – Bamboleho, directed by Luis PrietoTribeca Film Festival_item_15_148

Best Documentary Short Tribeca Film Festival_section_20

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  • 2020 – My Father The Mover, directed by Julia JanschTribeca Film Festival_item_16_149
  • 2017 – The Good Fight, directed by Ben HolmanTribeca Film Festival_item_16_150
  • 2015 – Body Team 12, directed by David DargTribeca Film Festival_item_16_151
  • 2014 – One Year Lease, directed by Brian BolsterTribeca Film Festival_item_16_152
  • 2013 - Coach, directed by Bess KargmanTribeca Film Festival_item_16_153
  • 2010 – White Lines and the Fever: The Death of DJ Junebug, directed by Travis SengerTribeca Film Festival_item_16_154
  • 2009 – Home, directed by Mathew FaustTribeca Film Festival_item_16_155
  • 2008 – Mandatory Service, directed by Jessica HabieTribeca Film Festival_item_16_156
  • 2007 – A Son's Sacrifice, directed by Yoni BrookTribeca Film Festival_item_16_157
  • 2006 – Native New Yorker, directed by Steve BilichTribeca Film Festival_item_16_158
  • 2005 – The Life of Kevin Carter, directed by Dan KraussTribeca Film Festival_item_16_159
  • 2004 – Sister Rose's Passion, directed by Oren JacobyTribeca Film Festival_item_16_160
  • 2003 – Milton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones, directed by Harvey WangTribeca Film Festival_item_16_161
  • 2002 – All Water Has a Perfect Memory, directed by Natalia AlmadaTribeca Film Festival_item_16_162

Student Visionary Award Tribeca Film Festival_section_21

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  • 2020 – Cru-Raw, directed by David OeschTribeca Film Festival_item_17_163
  • 2017 – Fry Day, directed by Laura MossTribeca Film Festival_item_17_164
  • 2015 – Catwalk, directed by Ninja ThybergTribeca Film Festival_item_17_165
  • 2014 – Nesma's Bird, directed by Najwan Ali and Medoo AliTribeca Film Festival_item_17_166
  • 2013 – Life Doesn't Frighten Me, directed by Stephen DunnTribeca Film Festival_item_17_167
  • 2010 – some boys don't leave, directed by Maggie KileyTribeca Film Festival_item_17_168
  • 2009 – Small Change, directed by Anna McGrathTribeca Film Festival_item_17_169
  • 2008 – Elephant Garden, directed by Sasie SealyTribeca Film Festival_item_17_170
  • 2007 – Good Luck Nedim, directed by Marko Santic and Someone Else's War, directed by Lee WangTribeca Film Festival_item_17_171
  • 2006 – Dead End Job, directed by Samantha Davidson GreenTribeca Film Festival_item_17_172
  • 2005 – Dance Mania Fantastic, directed by Sasie SealyTribeca Film Festival_item_17_173
  • 2004 – 'Independent Lens' (American Made), directed by Sharat RajuTribeca Film Festival_item_17_174

Nora Ephron Prize Tribeca Film Festival_section_22

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Best Animated Short Tribeca Film Festival_section_23

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  • 2017 – Odd is an Egg (Odd er et egg) directed by Kristin UlsethTribeca Film Festival_item_19_183

Storyscapes Award Tribeca Film Festival_section_24

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  • 2017 — TREEHUGGER : WAWONA created by Barnaby Steel, Ersin Han Ersin and Robin McNicholasTribeca Film Festival_item_20_184

See also Tribeca Film Festival_section_25

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