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13Apr/19

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL: FREE FILM FRIDAY

Juno Temple and Simon Pegg star in world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

Juno Temple and Simon Pegg star in world premiere of Lost Transmissions at Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival
Multiple venues
Friday, May 3, free
Festival runs April 24 - May 5
www.tribecafilm.com

The Tribeca Film Festival continues its tradition of offering free films on Friday this year, with a host of feature narratives, documentaries, and shorts being shown on May 3. Admission is free, but you must reserve tickets in advance.

Tribeca Talks: Master Class — Irwin Winkler on the Art and Craft of Producing, SVA Theater 2 Beatrice, 3:30

Viewpoints: Changing the Game (Michael Barnett, 2019), about transgender teen athletes, Village East Cinema-04, 3:45

Shorts: Road Less Traveled, destination shorts by multiple directors, Village East Cinema-02, 5:00

Section: Viewpoints: 37 Seconds (HIKARI, 2019), staring Mei Kayama, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-1, 5:30

Shorts: Down to Earth, sci-fi shorts by multiple directors, Village East Cinema-03, 5:45

Viewpoints: Plucked (Joel Van Haren, 2019), about a stolen Stradivari violin, Village East Cinema-06, 6:00

The Quiet One examines the life and times of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman

The Quiet One examines the life and times of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman

Spotlight Documentary: The Quiet One (Oliver Murray, 2019), about Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman, Village East Cinema-01, 6:00

Section: Viewpoints: What Will Become of Us (Steven Cantor, 2019), about Sir Frank Lowy, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-9, 6:15

Tribeca Critics’ Week: The Weekend (Stella Meghie, 2018), starring Sasheer Zamata, Tone Bell, and DeWanda Wise, SVA Theater 1 Silas, 6:30

Documentary Competition: Our Time Machine (S. Leo Chiang and Yang Sun, 2019), about Chinese artist Maleonn, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-3, 7:00

Documentary Competition: Scheme Birds (Ellen Fiske and Ellinor Hallin, 2019), about a Scottish teenager, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-6, 8:00

Spotlight Documentary: Lil’ Buck: Real Swan (Louis Wallecan, 2019), about dancer Lil’ Buck, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-4, 8:45

Movies Plus: The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion (Lisa Cortés and Farah X, 2019), Village East Cinema-01, 9:00

Spotlight Narrative: Lost Transmissions (Katharine O’Brien, 2019), starring Simon Pegg and Juno Temple, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-5, 9:30

Viewpoints: Wild Rose (Tom Harper, 2018), starring Jessie Buckley, Regal Cinemas Battery Park 11-3, 9:30

Spotlight Narrative: Skin (Guy Nattiv, 2019), starring Jamie Bell, Village East Cinema-07, 9:30

Shorts: On Tour, documentary shorts by multiple directors, Village East Cinema-04, 9:45

Shorts: Funhouse, comedic shorts by multiple directors, Village East Cinema-02, 11:00

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