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Film Fatales Celebrates its 5th Anniversary at Tribeca 2018

Film Fatales, the largest community organization of established women feature film and television directors, is heading into the Tribeca Film Festival with ten features in the lineup. Film Fatales will participate in two events during this year’s festival: Tribeca Industry Cocktails hosted by Nespresso on April 21st and a networking luncheon April 30th for women directors, and screenwriters in association with The Writer’s Lab, WGA East, and Stony Brook Southhampton + Manhattan. Says founder Leah Meyerhoff, "What began as an intimate dinner party in New York five years ago has expanded into a community of hundreds of women feature film directors around the world. We are excited to celebrate the premieres of so many films directed by our members at the Tribeca Film Festival this year." Ten feature films screening at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival are directed by members of Film Fatales. "Joining Film Fatales was like inheriting 1000 sisters to fight by your sid

Trbeca 2018 - WOMEN’S ISSUES

Daughter of Mine This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will boast 44 films directed by women – 46% of the 96 titles – the highest percentage in the Festival’s history. This has been championed by two executives from the Festival -- Jane Rosenthal, Co-Founder & CEO and Paula Weinstein, EVP of Tribeca Enterprises. Both opening night and closing night events are directed by women. Opening Night: World Premiere of Love, Gilda, directed by Lisa D’Apolito, is about the SNL trailblazer Gilda Radner staring Chevy Chase, Bill Hader, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, and Cecily Strong. Closing Night: World Premiere of The Fourth Estate from Oscar®-nominated director Liz Garbus, follows The New York Times’ coverage of the Trump administration’s first year. The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival will take place April 18-29 in New York City. The lineup includes feature films, short films, TV, virtual reality, indie episodic creators working online, and even gaming as well as highly-anticipated reuni

Tribeca 2018 Films to Watch

The 17th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place April 18 – 29, 2018. ALL THESE SMALL MOMENTS Narrative Spotlight - World Premiere - USA SYNOPSIS : Howie Sheffield (Brendan Meyer) is having rough year. He broke his arm, and, on top of that, he and his little brother Simon are unwilling witnesses to their parents’ (Molly Ringwald and Brian d’Arcy James) crumbling marriage. The only thing that keeps him going is the mysterious Odessa (Jemima Kirke), a young woman he sees everyday on his morning bus route. Soon, Howie’s worlds begin to collide as he cultivates a tentative friendship with his beguiling classmate Lindsay (Harley Quinn Smith), as Odessa is drawn into his circle, and as his parents struggle with whether to stay together or split up. Tuesday, March 24 - 5:00PM - SVA Theater 1 Silas (WORLD PREMIERE) Wednesday, March 25 - 6:30PM - Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-5 Thursday, March 26 - 9:30PM - Cinepolis Chelsea 8 Saturday, March 28 - 4:00PM - Rega

2018 Tribeca Film Festival Additional Programming Announcement

Tribeca has added the world premiere of Horses: Patti Smith and her Band , Steven Sebring’s documentary film capturing the final performance of Patti Smith’s iconic “Horses” at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles as well as the 40th anniversary of the Horses album tour. Following the special screening at the Beacon Theatre, Smith and her band will perform some of their most popular songs. Tickets go on sale on Monday April 2, at 12:00 PM. TIME’S UP will host its inaugural New York event during the Tribeca Film Festival. The program will feature compelling conversations with activists, filmmakers, storytellers, lawyers and more including early TIME’S UP supporters such as Ashley Judd and Julianne Moore as well as Fatima Goss Graves (National Women’s Law Center), Robin Morgan (celebrated poet and activist), MΓ³nica RamΓ­rez (Alianza Nactional de Campesinas), and more. The day will explore how we got here, the women who came before us to make this work possible, and what’s next for TIME