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2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights (Part 3)
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2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights (Part 3)

The 2022 Tribeca Festival continues to unspool, in New York City and — in some cases — in your home, with selected films, events and VR available for viewing via the Tribeca At Home platform.This year's festival, which runs through June 19, includes 111 feature films from 40 countries. While only some features have been previewed at press time, below are several highlights. More reviews will be published as the festival continues. (Films accessible through the At Home platform can be watched through June 26.) For more highlights, read Part 1 and Part 2 of our Tribeca coverage. Features:  Julia Akkerman and Johan Leysen, as a daughter confronting her father who plans to end his own life, in the Dutch dramedy "Pink Moon."  ...
2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights (Part 2)
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2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights (Part 2)

The 2022 Tribeca Festival continues to unspool, in New York City and – in some cases – in your home, with selected films, events and VR available for viewing via the Tribeca At Home platform.This year's festival, which runs through June 19, includes 111 feature films from 40 countries. While only some features have been previewed at press time, below are several highlights. More reviews will be published as the festival continues. (Films accessible through the At Home platform can be watched through June 26.) For more highlights (including the "Reading Rainbow" documentary "Butterfly in the Sky"), read Part 1 of our Tribeca coverage. Features:  Ray Romano and Laurie Metcalf in "Somewhere in Queens." ...
2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights to watch in theaters or at home
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2022 Tribeca Festival: Highlights to watch in theaters or at home

New York City's Tribeca Festival opened Wednesday night, launching its 21st edition with a starry documentary about Jennifer Lopez. Over the next week and a half, narrative films, non-fiction, shorts and filmmaker Q&As will unspool both in theaters and to watch at home.The festival, which runs through June 19, includes more than 100 feature films (fiction and documentary), nearly two-thirds of which are directed by women, as well as programs of short films and TV. The vast majority of films are world premieres, or have had limited festival exposure — such as Kathryn Ferguson's exceptional Sinead O'Connor documentary, "Nothing Compares," which debuted at Sundance earlier this year — so the opportunity is ripe for discovery. Among the premieres: films starring Jon Hamm ("Corner O...