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TRIBECA '17 Teaser Debut TILT Starring Joseph Cross



All seems normal with Joseph and Joanne. Joanne is pregnant with their first child. Life in their little urban house is cozy and familiar. But something is off about Joseph. He doesn’t seem excited about the baby. Work on his documentary is becoming increasingly untethered. As Joseph struggles to maintain the routines of his domestic life, his mask begins to slip. Late at night, while Joanne thinks he is working, Joseph prowls the streets of Los Angeles, deliberately courting danger. Joanne is growing worried about Joseph’s odd behavior. But not as worried as she should be.

Tilt explores how quickly the most familiar person in your life can become the most terrifying. How quickly we can become terrifying to ourselves.


TILT - Teaser from Kasra Farahani on Vimeo.


Director: Kasra Farahani
Screenwriter: Kasra Farahani, Jason O’Leary
Cast: Joseph Cross
Producers: Kasra Farahani, Giri Tharan and Kristina Kondrath
TRT: 100 MIN
TFF Section: Midnight


TFF Screenings:
Sunday, April 23 | 10:15 AM | Cinepolis Chelsea – 03 (PRESS & INDUSTRY)
Sunday, April 23 | 10:00 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea – 09
Monday, April 24 | 9:15 PM | Regal Battery Park Stadium 11-01
Thursday, April 27 | 9:45 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea – 02
Friday, April 28 | 3:15 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea -05 (PRESS & INDUSTRY)

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