A zombie thriller starring
Festival organizers announced Thursday that the scripted tales will include Henry Hobson's "Maggie," which stars Schwarzenegger as a farmer who refuses to accept defeat when his daughter (
Other narrative films making their world premiere in the Spotlight section include William Monahan's "Mojave," a desert-set thriller starring
The Spotlight documentary offerings include Eric Weinrib's "Roseanne for President!," about comedian Roseanne Barr's 2012 presidential campaign; Peter Hutchison, Kelly Nyks and Jared P. Scott's "Requiem for the American Dream," an exploration of financial inequality in the U.S. with Noam Chomsky; and Lisa Immordino Vreeland 's "Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict," about the socialite and art collector.
The festival also announced its Midnight and Special Screening sections. The former features five genre films and a performance of "Rifftrax Live: The Room," a skewering of
Special Screenings include Nelson George's "A Ballerina's Tale," a documentary about Misty Copeland, and a newly restored print of Ted Wilde's 1928 silent comedy "Speedy," starring Harold Lloyd.
On Tuesday, the festival announced its competition titles.
The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off April 15 with the "Saturday Night Live" documentary "Live From New York" and runs through April 26.