With the world on edge, a new film festival is coming to the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
The Tribeca Documentary Film Festival (TCDF) will feature a mix of documentaries, short films, short film festivals, and international feature films.
The Tribeca festival will bring together top filmmakers and filmmakers of all backgrounds and experience to share their latest work.
The festival is scheduled for September 21 through 22.
Here are the key highlights: New York City Film Festival: A collection of over 50 films on a diverse range of subjects, the NYC Film Festival is an annual celebration of emerging and established American and international cinema, featuring the work of some of the country’s most talented filmmakers, as well as independent and international artists.
New Jersey Film Festival : The Newark City Film Festival will feature the work and art of a variety of emerging filmmakers, including Ricardo Pang and his production company, Raging Bulls; Mariano Grazia, who has been making short films for years and has directed for some of New Jersey’s top festivals, including the New Jersey Film Critics Association; and David Guggenheim, who directed the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Philadelphia Film Festival and Philadelphia Film Critics Society: Philadelphia is a city of vibrant film communities, with many exciting films coming to film festivals every year.
Films from the city’s top-flight film festival are coming to festivals across the country.
With this year’s festival, a mix of short films, feature films, documentaries, and other experimental work, filmmakers will converge to explore the city and its people.
Pittsburgh Film Festival, FilmCenter, and Film Society of Pittsburgh: Pittsburghers are celebrating this year a new film competition with the Pittsburgh Film Society, the world’s premier film festival.
This year, filmmakers will compete in short film and feature film competitions, including a short documentary about the Pittsboro Steelers and a short feature film about the city’s burgeoning community of black and Latino film makers.
Tampa Bay Film Festival , FilmCenter: This festival is a collaboration between Tampa Bay Film Center and the Film Society and will bring filmmakers from the Bay Area to share and showcase their work at film festivals throughout the state.
Cinematographer Michael Raimondi and director John B. McEntee will be among the featured filmmakers.
Atlanta Film Festival : The Atlanta Film Festival invites filmmakers to explore Georgia through an immersive and immersive experience that includes a festival, interactive film and live performance, and a festival of emerging film.
In addition, festival-goers will get an exclusive preview of the upcoming feature film Crazy, Crazy, Crazy (the first of four films to feature the original voice of the character).
The Film Society is also partnering with Atlanta Film Museum to provide a free screening of CRAZY, CRAZY (1941) at the Museum of Contemporary Art, featuring original music by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
Miami Film Festival at The Lowry : This one-day film festival will feature films from artists and filmmakers from Miami.
Among the films will be Wake Me Up, Cody James, The Black Dog, Watership Down, Marilyn Manson, Buddy Holly, Killing Joke, Santana, Toni Braxton, Dirty Dancing, Gigi Williams, the original Sister, Hannah Montana, All of the Lights and the film that made her famous, Mad Max: Fury Road.
Los Angeles Film Festival : Los Angelenos are excited to see new films, including film-makers Mikaela Gogulska and Kathy Williams.
For the festival, Filmmaker and filmmaker Ralph E. Cianflone will be the host and host of the L.A. Film Festival.
Other films to watch at the festival include Curious George, La La Land, Love Actually, Oculus, Lone Survivor, Shutter Island, Ghosts, A Monster Calls, Jackie Brown, Black Panther, Pete’s Dragon, Zoolander 2, And I Love You, Daddy, Captain Phillips, Get Out, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Hellboy: Welcome Home and more.
Budapest Film Festival of Hungary: Hungarian director Kazimierz Szymborski will host the festival in Budapest, where Hungary has become a hub for the world of film.
With an array of new