TEC Alums made a strong showing at the Tribeca Film Festival this year. Congratulations to all!
When I Live My Life Over Again
Edited by TEC Alum/Instructor Mollie Goldstein
Associate Edited by TEC Alum/Instructor Betsy Kagen
Christopher Walken and Amber Heard star as father and daughter both struggling at opposite ends of their careers in the music industry.
The Artist is Absent: A Short Film on Martin Margiela
Edited by Alum Helen Yum
A revealing look at the true face of the enigmatic Belgian designer with appearances by some of the most distinguished names in the fashion industry.
The Birth of Saké
Edited by Alum Takeshi Fukunaga
The 144 year-old, family-owned Yoshida Brewery granted unprecedented access to the filmmakers as they lived alongside the workers who dedicate themselves to preserving the art of saké.
Roseanne for President!
Edited by Alum Tyler Walk
Hit the campaign trail with Roseanne Barr during her 2012 presidential bid and uncover a deeply moving portrait of a comedy icon.
Sleeping with Other People
Edited by Alum Paul Frank
Reunited at the same co-counseling group Jake (Jason Sudeikis) and Lainey (Alison Brie) swear to keep their relationship strictly platonic while continuing to sleep with other people. Also featuring Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, and Natasha Lyonne.
The Adderall Diaries
Edited by TEC instructor Myron Kerstein
Based on the bestselling memoir by Stephen Elliott, The Adderall Diaries is the story of an author facing writer's block and drug addiction who becomes consumed by a high profile murder case. Starring James Franco, Ed Harris, Amber Heard, Cynthia Nixon, and Christian Slater.
Edited by Alum Matthew Hamachek
Matthew Heineman's documentary explores the subjective nature of might versus right as he follows the varied groups uniting to stop the rise of Mexican drug cartels.
All Eyes and Ears
Edited by Alums Paul Frost, Michael Taylor, Todd Holmes
Uncover the complexities and nuances of U.S.-China relations through the stories of three key figures: U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, his adopted Chinese-American teenaged daughter Grace, and blind Chinese attorney and activist Chen Guangcheng.
Edited by Alum Stephen Heffner
Did you know there is a nuclear power plant 35 miles north of Times Square? Delve into the uncertain future of nuclear power in the Untied States through the eyes of regulators, environmental activists, journalists, and employees.