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Tribeca NY and NY Narrative Feature selections announced

24 World Premieres Included in The New York Films competition

Tribeca Film Festival founders Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff joined Peter Scarlet, executive director, in announcing the two categories of feature films to be presented in competition at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. The two categories, NY, NY Narrative Features and NY, NY Documentary Features, capture the diverse perspectives of living and experiencing New York and include 24 world premieres. The jurors for both competitions will be announced at a later date.
The New York Narrative film competition presents New York stories ranging from dramas dealing with lost love and post 9/11 grief, to suburban tales, slapstick comedies, and films that use the Republican National Convention as their backdrop.
The New York Documentaries include stories about gentrification, portraits of New York icons, and politically and socially conscious films.
Featured films in the two NY, NY categories are as follows:
• Adam & Steve directed and written by Craig Chester (U.S.A.) – World Premiere
• Alchemy, directed and written by Evan Oppenheimer (U.S.A.) – World Premiere
• Bittersweet Place, directed by Alexandra Brodsky, written by Brodsky and Jennifer Albano (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Conventioneers, directed by Mora Stephens, written by Stephens and Joel Viertel (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• The F Word, directed and written by Jed Weintrob (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Four Lane Highway, directed and written by Dylan McCormick (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Great New Wonderful, directed by Danny Leiner, written by Sam Catlin (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Laura Smiles, directed and written by Jason Ruscio (U.S.A.) – World Premiere
• Life on the Ledge, directed and written by Lewis Helfer (U.S.A.) – World Premiere
• Love, directed and written by Vladan Nikolic (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Puzzlehead, directed and written by James Bai (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• The Reception, directed and written by John G. Young (U.S.A.) – World Premiere. A Strand Releasing release
• Red Doors, directed and written by Georgia Lee (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Rockaway, directed and written by Mark Street (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Satellite, directed and written by Jeff Winner (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Slingshot, directed by Jay Alaimo, written by Alaimo, Matthew Q Martin, and Matthew Fiorello (U.S.A.) - World Premiere

• The American Ruling Class, directed by John Kirby, written by Lewis Lapham (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Based on a True Story, directed by Walter Stokman (Netherlands) – North American Premiere
• Bowery Dish, directed by Kevin Frech (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• The Brooklyn Connection, directed by Klaartje Quirijns (Netherlands) -North American Premiere
• Excavating Taylor Mead, directed by William A. Kirkley, written by Kirkley and Erik Laibe (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Gay Sex in the 70s, directed by Joseph Lovett (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Just For Kicks, directed by Lisa Leone and Thibaut de Longeville (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• The Lady in Question is Charles Busch, directed by John Catania and Charles Ignacio (U.S.A.) - World Premiere
• Rikers High, directed by Victor Buhler (U.S.A, France) - World Premiere
• TV Party, directed by Danny Vinik (U.S.A.) - World Premiere

In addition to the two NY, NY competition categories, the Festival has two additional feature film competitions: Narrative Features and Documentary Features. Awards in the four competition sections will be presented in the following categories: Best Narrative Feature, Best New Narrative Filmmaker, Best Documentary Feature, Best New Documentary Filmmaker, Best Actress in a Narrative Feature Film, Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film, Best NY, NY Narrative Feature and Best NY, NY Documentary Feature. Additional Festival awards include the Audience Award for Best Feature Film, Audience Award for Best Family Short, Best Narrative Short, Best Documentary Short, and the Student Visionary Award.


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