Sunday, August 1

Tribeca Film Festival

2012 Awards, All Movie Awards, Audience Award - Narrative, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Tribeca Film Festival

2012 Tribeca Film Festival – Audience Award – Narrative Winner and Nominees

2012 Tribeca Film Festival - Audience Award - Narrative WinnerAny Day NowTravis FineIn the 1970s, a gay couple fights a biased legal system to keep custody of the abandoned mentally handicapped teenager that comes to live under their roof.Amazon2012 Tribeca Film Festival - Audience Award - Narrative NomineesGracelandRon MoralesAmazon
2015 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Actor in a Narrative Feature, Tribeca Film Festival

2015 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Winner and Nominees

2015 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Actor in a Narrative Feature WinnerVirgin MountainGunnar JónssonFusi, a 43 year old man, still lives with his mother. His daily life is characterized by monotonous routine. The appearance of vibrant Sjöfn and young neighbour Hera will upset his old bachelor habits.Amazon
2016 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Actress in a Narrative Feature, Tribeca Film Festival

2016 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Actress in a Narrative Feature Winner and Nominees

2016 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Actress in a Narrative Feature WinnerAlways ShineMackenzie DavisBest friends Anna and Beth take a weekend trip to Big Sur, hopeful to re-establish a bond broken by years of competition and jealousy. Tensions mount, however, leading to an unexpected yet ...AmazonMadlyRadhika ApteA global anthology film featuring innovative love stories from the some of the world's most visionary directors.Amazon
2017 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Documentary Feature, Tribeca Film Festival

2017 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Documentary Feature Winner and Nominees

2017 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Documentary Feature WinnerBobbi JeneElvira LindA love story portraying the dilemmas and inevitable consequences of ambition. It is a film about a woman's fight for independence, trying to succeed with her own art in the extremely competitive world of dance.Amazon2017 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Documentary Feature NomineesA River BelowMark GriecoAmazonA Suitable GirlSarita KhuranaAmazonCopwatchCamilla HallAmazonNo Man's LandDavid ByarsAmazonShadowmanOren JacobyAmazonThe Death and Life of Marsha P. JohnsonDavid FranceAmazonThe DepartureLana WilsonAmazonThe Reagan ShowSierra PettengillAmazonThe SensitivesDrew XanthopoulosAmazonTrue ConvictionJamie MeltzerAmazonWhen God SleepsTill SchauderAmazon
2019 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Documentary Short, Tribeca Film Festival

2019 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Documentary Short Winner and Nominees

2019 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Documentary Short WinnerLearning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If You're a Girl)Carol DysingerLearning To Skateboard In A Warzone (If You're A Girl) is the story of young Afghan girls learning to read, write-and skateboard-in Kabul.Amazon2019 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Documentary Short Nominees99 ProblemsRoss KilleenAmazonA Love Song for LatashaSophia Nahli AllisonAmazonA Song Can't BurnRoscoe NeilAmazonAfter MariaNadia HallgrenAmazonAll on a Mardi Gras DayMichal PietrzykAmazonFraming AgnesChase JoyntAmazonLittle Miss SumoMatt KayAmazonLost WeekendBradford ThomasonAmazonReality BabyNodlag HoulihanAmazonSt. Louis SupermanSami KhanAmazonThe Boxers of BruleJessie AdlerAmazonWalk Run Cha-ChaLaura NixAmazonXmas Cake - This American Sh...
2003 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Documentary Short, Tribeca Film Festival

2003 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Documentary Short Winner and Nominees

2003 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Documentary Short WinnerMilton Rogovin: The Forgotten OnesHarvey WangMilton Rogovin: The Forgotten Ones celebrates the life's work of 93-year-old photographer Milton Rogovin, who dedicated his life to photographing the residents of a depressed six-block area in his hometown of Buffalo, New York.Amazon
2003 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Narrative Feature, Tribeca Film Festival

2003 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Narrative Feature Winner and Nominees

2003 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Narrative Feature WinnerBlind ShaftYang LiTwo Chinese coal miners have hit upon the perfect scam: murder one of their fellow mine workers, make the death look like an accident, and extort money from the boss to keep the incident ...Amazon2003 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Narrative Feature NomineesBallroomPatrick-Mario BernardAmazonBomb the SystemAdam Bhala LoughAmazonChicken PoetsJing Hui MengAmazonFiredancerJawed WasselAmazonIt's Easier for a Camel...Valeria Bruni TedeschiAmazonJealousy Is My Middle NameChan-ok ParkAmazonJusticeEvan OppenheimerAmazonLevellandClark WalkerAmazonMargarette's FeastRenato FalcãoAmazonNilofar in the RainHomayoun KarimpourAmazonOpen My HeartGiada ColagrandeAmazonParisRamin NiamiAmazonSome SecretsAlice N...
2005 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Jury Award - Best Narrative Short, Tribeca Film Festival

2005 Tribeca Film Festival – Jury Award – Best Narrative Short Winner and Nominees

2005 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Narrative Short WinnerCashbackSean EllisBen is an art college student in London, whose imagination runs wild as he works the late-night shift at the local supermarket. What do he and his colleagues do to pass the long, endless hours of the night?Amazon2005 Tribeca Film Festival - Jury Award - Best Narrative Short Nominees3719 Broadleaf RoadMax HoffmanAmazonBad BloodKyle LeydierAmazonBilly's Dad Is a Fudge-Packer!Jamie DonahueAmazonDraftNaomi LevariAmazonEaster SundayJasmine KosovicAmazonEl día perfectoBernardo LoyolaAmazonExhibit 42Glenn KomskyAmazonExpressManu BoyerAmazonFallKenzo HakutaAmazonGod's HandSai VaradanAmazonGoodnight IreneSterlin HarjoAmazonGuard DogBill PlymptonAmazonHappy NowFrederikke AspöckAmazonIn the MorningDanielle LurieAma...
2007 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Student Visionary Award, Tribeca Film Festival

2007 Tribeca Film Festival – Student Visionary Award Winner and Nominees

2007 Tribeca Film Festival - Student Visionary Award WinnerGood Luck NedimMarko SanticAmazon2007 Tribeca Film Festival - Student Visionary Award NomineesSomeone Else's WarLee WangAmazon2007 Tribeca Film Festival - Student Visionary Award NomineesAloha New YorkCarolina Cruz SantiagoAmazonBreatheJuliet PorterAmazonClear Cut, SimpleVineet DewanAmazonCough DropKristina LearAmazonDisplacedAndrew BerendsAmazonGoing HomeHung P. NguyenAmazonIn Vivid DetailDara BrattAmazonLawrenceGregory MitnickAmazonLockMing-Kai LeungAmazonMiasto ucieczkiWojciech KasperskiAmazonMiss Chinatown, U.S.A.Kathy HuangAmazonNagpapanggapDebbie FormosoAmazonOnion UnderwaterPaul YatesAmazonPiece by PieceSachi SchurichtAmazonRed ShoesLi-Anne HuangAmazonSand DancerValerie ReidAmazonSayehMohammad GorjestaniAmazonThe Common Sens...
2011 Awards, All Movie Awards, Audience Award - Narrative, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Tribeca Film Festival

2011 Tribeca Film Festival – Audience Award – Narrative Winner and Nominees

2011 Tribeca Film Festival - Audience Award - Narrative WinnerGive Up TomorrowMichael CollinsWhen a teenager from a political family in the Philippines is accused of a double murder, the country's entire judicial system is put to the test after years of alleged corruption.Amazon