IFP would like to congratulate its alumni filmmakers with projects at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, taking place April 18th to the 29th in Manhattan:
Don’t Stop Believin’, Everyman’s Journey, dir. Ramona S. Diaz
Fame High, dir. Scott Hamilton Kennedy
Future Weather, dir. Jenny Deller
High Tech, Low Life, dir. Stephen Maing
Joe Papp in Five Acts, dir. Tracie Holder
The List, dir. Beth Murphy
Nancy, Please, dir. Andrew Semans
Portrait of Wally, dir. Andrew Shea
The Revisionaries, dir. Scott Thurman
Una Noche, dir. Lucy Mulloy
IFP has also partnered with the Tribeca Film Festival to co-present screenings of two of its alumni films – Lucy Mulloy’s Una Noche and Stephen Maing’s High Tech, Low Life.
An alumni of the 2011 Documentary Labs, High Tech, Low Life tells the story of two rogue citizen journalists in China who challenge the status quo and push the boundaries of free speech by reporting on censored news stories. Premiering Thursday, 4/19 in Tribeca’s World Documentary Competition, more info on showtimes and tickets can be found here.
An alumni of the 2010 Narrative Labs, Una Noche is the harrowing tale of two Cuban teens tantalized by the idea of fleeing the confines of their broken-down country for a new life in Miami.Premiering Thursday, 4/19 in Tribeca’s World Narrative Competition, more info on showtime and tickets can be found here.