Tribeca Film Institute Announces List of 2019 Network Projects

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The Tribeca Film Institute has released its list of the 41 filmmaking projects participating through the 2019 TFI Network. As reported in a Variety exclusive, the festival is scheduled to include upcoming documentaries and works-in-progress in its 2019 slate.

As detailed in the Variety article:

The market provides an opportunity for storytellers to meet and make valuable connections with industry executives, financiers, producers, programmers, and other key parties who can potentially support and partner on their projects. 2019’s TFI Network will feature the second ever Works-In-Progress program as six documentary and scripted features will present excerpts of their current projects, most in post-production, to accredited industry during the Tribeca Film Festival.

The list includes recipients of the TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund Grant. Past grantees include the “The Imitation Game,” “Computer Chess,” “A Birder’s Guide to Everything,” “The House of Tomorrow,” “One Man Dies A Million Times” and “The Catcher Was A Spy.”

Tribeca Film festival runs from April 24-May 5. Danny Boyle’s “Yesterday” is scheduled to close out the festival.

Tribeca Film Institute

Below is the full list of TFI Network working projects that will be present at the festival.

DOCUMENTARY
“Cutting Through Rocks (FKA Sara: A Fearless Dream)”
MENA Region Forum Participant Project – Iran

“Finding Yingying”
In Collaboration with Kartemquin Films – Diverse Voices in Documentary – USA

“Karina” (working title)
In Collaboration with EICTV Nuevas Miradas (Cuba) – Uruguay

“North By Current”
TFI Works-in-Progress
Tribeca All Access 2019 – USA

“Off the Road”
TFI Works-in-Progress – Mexico

“On the Divide” – USA

“A Place of Absence”
Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund 2018 – USA / Argentina

“The Silence of My Hands”

In Collaboration with DocsMX (Documentary Film Festival in Mexico City)
Tribeca All Access®️ 2019 – Mexico

“Silence on the Riverbank”
In Collaboration with DocuLab & FICG (Guadalajara International Film Festival) – Argentina

“Silent Beauty”
In Collaboration with New Orleans Film Festival – USA

“Still Stares”
In Collaboration with SANFIC (Santiago International Film Festival) – Chile

“Touch the Colour”
In Collaboration with Docedge Kolkata – Asian Forum for Documentary – Philippines & South Korea

“Women in Blue”
TFI Works-in-Progress
Gucci Tribeca Documentary Fund 2018 – USA

The following documentaries are participating as 2019 Tribeca All Access grantees:

ABOVE AND BELOW THE GROUND
BLACK MOTHERS
JOONAM
NORTH BY CURRENT
THE OTHER SIDE
THE SILENCE OF MY HANDS
TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES

SCRIPTED

“Los Algodones”
In Collaboration With Los Cabos International Film Festival – Mexico

“Belonging” – USA

“Case Unsolved”
In Collaboration with Chicago International Film Festival – USA

“Cicada”
TFI Works-in-Progress – USA

“The Dance Floor”
In Collaboration with Br Lab – Brazil

“Lingua Franca”
Tribeca All Access 2019 – USA

“Masha From Russia” – USA

“La Noche de la Bestia”
TFI Works-in-Progress – Colombia

“The Perilous Odyssey to Mount Gulsuk”
In Collaboration with Luang Prabang Film Festival – Philippines

The following scripted features are 2019 Tribeca All Access grantees:

COYOTE BOYS
THE HOLE IN THE FENCE
LINGUA FRANCA
THE INSPECTION
KEEP IT TOGETHER
OSIAN
TOLL

The following scripted features are 2019 TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund grantees:

ASIA A
BOLICHICOS
WIRING UTOPIA

INTERACTIVE
Armonia – USA
Dreams of the Jaguar’s Daughter – USA/Mexico
Haenyeo – USA/South Korea
Rainforest – USA
Water Melts -USA

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