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REPORT: Tribeca 2021

Cineuropa is covering the 20th Tribeca Film Festival with reviews, interviews and news...

REPORT: Tribeca 2021
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14 articles available in total starting from 21/04/2021. Last article published on 21/06/2021.

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Andreas Koefoed  • Director of The Lost Leonardo

Interview: Andreas Koefoed • Director of The Lost Leonardo

“Humans have an urge to experience art and use it to bring meaning to their lives”

The Danish director has presented his new documentary, depicting the turbulent tale of a lost Leonardo da Vinci painting, at Tribeca  

21/06 | Tribeca 2021

Levan Koguashvili’s Brighton 4th wins big at Tribeca

Levan Koguashvili’s Brighton 4th wins big at Tribeca

The movie has scooped Best Film, Best Screenplay and Best Actor on a great night for the Georgian-Russian-Bulgarian-Monégasque-US co-production  

18/06 | Tribeca 2021 | Awards

Review: Brighton 4th

Review: Brighton 4th

Levan Koguashvili's third fiction feature, boasting a stunning central performance from former Olympic wrestling champion Levan Tediashvili, has deservedly scooped awards at Tribeca  

18/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story

Review: Lady Boss: The Jackie Collins Story

In her engaging documentary, British director Laura Fairrie brings back leopard print. And a whole lotta hair  

17/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: A-HA - The Movie

Review: A-HA - The Movie

Thomas Robsahm's documentary is a delight for the band's fans, and a pleasant surprise for lovers of 80s music  

16/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: Wild Men

Review: Wild Men

In Thomas Daneskov’s take on male mid-life crisis, it’s hard out there for a wannabe caveman  

15/06 | Tribeca 2021

Thomas Daneskov  • Director of Wild Men

Interview: Thomas Daneskov • Director of Wild Men

“Boys are raised not to talk about their feelings”

Forget the motorcycle – in Wild Men, midlife crisis is all about a bow and some animal skins  

15/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: Roaring 20’s

Review: Roaring 20’s

By way of a single sequence shot which travels the summertime streets of Paris, Elisabeth Vogler delivers a successful conceptual film which holds up a composite mirror to a multifarious society  

14/06 | Tribeca 2021

Review: All My Friends Hate Me

Review: All My Friends Hate Me

Andrew Gaynord’s grotesque, dark comedy is disturbing, puzzling and surprising enough to be enjoyable  

14/06 | Tribeca 2021

Levan Koguashvili  • Director of Brighton 4th

Interview: Levan Koguashvili • Director of Brighton 4th

“I strongly believe in faces”

The Georgian director shows that when you live in Brighton Beach, you don’t really live in America; you only go to America sometimes  

11/06 | Tribeca 2021

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