New movies featuring Richard Gere,
In Pamela Romanowsky’s “The Adderall Diaries,” Franco stars as a novelist struggling with a pill dependency, while
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4:02 p.m. March 3: An earlier version of this post incorrectly referred to Dakota Fanning as Dakota Johnson.
Gere, meanwhile, looks to continue a career resurgence that began on
And Hill stars in Hank Bedford's drama "Dixieland," about a gambler and a stripper, though she plays neither.
A number of foreign-language titles will also premiere in narrative competition as the festival seeks to maintain a widening global appeal. Among them is the Albanian- and Italian-language transgender drama "Sworn Virgin," the Spanish-language romantic drama "Viaje" and Greek-language underworld tale "Wednesday 04:45." The latter two are world premieres.
Among the documentaries making their world premieres, organizers said, are “In My Father’s House,” a look by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg at the family dynamics of Chicago rapper
Docs are a strong suit for Tribeca, which last year saw the Oscar nominee "Virunga" premiere there.
The festival also announced more than two dozen titles in its Viewpoints section, including world premieres of the police-Taser doc "Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle" and fest-circuit favorites such as FBI-informant doc ("T)error."
Tribeca kicks off its 14th edition on April 15 in New York with the "Saturday Night Live" film "Live From New York."