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40 Movies To See At The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival has officially gotten underway. Coming to the cinematic world between the meat market of the Sundance Film Festival every January and the prestige of the Cannes Film Festival every May, the fest is hitting at arguably the perfect time. Each and every April for the last 16 years, Tribeca has showcased a wife variety of (mostly) independent movies, some of which can struggle to see the light of day, while others fare better and break through. Still, there’s always a gem or two in the lineup, along with even the occasional Academy Award nominee. That should still be the case in 2019, so now is a solid time to take a look at some of what Tribeca has to offer for this year.

Last year, two of the best movies ever to play the festival hit in All About Nina and Disobedience. They were joined by the likes of The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Tully to form part of a potent Tribeca lineup. The year before that, Flower was a highlight, while previous incarnations of the fest have had gems like Before Midnight and Sleeping with Other People play, along with the likes of 5 to 7, About Alex, Alex of Venice, Between Us, Boulevard, Chef, Dean, Don’t Think Twice, Dreamland, Equals, In Your Eyes, Love is Strange, Meadowland, Night Moves, The One I Love, Palo Alto, Tenured, The Wolfpack, and Youth in Oregon. Without question, this year should have some offerings to add to this list. I’ve already seen a few (though under embargo), so I know firsthand, actually…

Here are 40 titles playing at the Tribeca Film Festival that you should have on your to see list:

After Parkland
American Woman
The Apollo
Ask Dr. Ruth
Blow the Man Down
Charlie Says
Crown Vic
A Day in the Life of America
The Dog Doc
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile
Framing John DeLorean
Good Posture
A Kid From Coney Island
The Kill Team
Lost Bayou
Lost Transmissions
Low Tide
The Place of No Words
Plus One
Safe Spaces
Scheme Birds
See You Yesterday
The Short History of the Long Road
Standing Up, Falling Down
Stray Dolls
A Taste of Sky
Wild Rose
You Don’t Nomi

From that list, Tribeca should be able to put forward as diverse a slate of movies as they ever have. We’ll have some coverage coming up, but for now, this is your hint that the festival is one to make time for, if you happen to be in New York for the next couple of weeks…

Stay tuned for more from the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival!

About Joey Magidson

A graduate of Stony Brook University (where he studied Cinema and Cultural Studies), resides in Brooklyn, New York. He contributes to several other film-related websites and is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

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