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Dir. Yoel Morales
Directed by Yoel Morales, this sy fy movie is beautifully shot. In a remote part of a Caribbean island, completely cut off from modern technology, we find Moises. The love Moises feels for the girl from another moon gave him the strength to defeat his flesh-eating opponent.
Director Yoel Morales adds: 'the best way to tell our story was to deliver a fantasy movie, with a detailed focus on each character.' Release date: 2017, 76 minutes.
Tribeca Film Festival reveals film lineup 21 March 2017
The Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday revealed the feature film lineup for its 17th edition, which is set to take place in April in New York. The festival's closing-night film will be the world premiere of Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus' documentary The Fourth Estate, which follows The New York Times as it covers Donald Trump's first year as president. That screening will be followed by a conversation with Garbus and the Times' executive editor Dean Baquet.
The feature-film program will include 96 movies (51 narrative features and 45 documentaries) from 103 filmmakers, selected from more than 8,789 submissions. Of those 96 films, 46 percent are directed by women, the highest percentage in Tribeca history, coming at a time in which the number of female helmers in Hollywood continues to receive scrutiny. The lineup consists of 75 world premieres, five international premieres, nine North American premieres, three U.S. premieres and four New York premieres.
The Competition section includes 12 documentaries; 10 U.S. narrative features and 10 international narrative features; 14 Spotlight narrative features; 15 Spotlight documentaries; five Midnight films, 16 Viewpoints selections; and 11 special screenings.
A Film on the Revered Ganges River in India
Dir. Vinit Parmar
NYIHA MEDIA is pleased to release the best in Indian cinema. In a beautifully shot non-fiction film, Director Vinit Parmar presents an up-close look at the pollution that has been an ecological scourge troubling the revered Ganges River in India.
The film delivers a rarely seen and authentic view of the life at the river's edge and the people struggling to compel change. With unprecedented access, the film brings to light an age-old industry of leather production in jeopardy, bringing in USD$4 Billion to the Indian economy at a cost of degradation of the environment and the health of the residents.