Tribeca All Access 2019 selects 14 projects from under-represented voices

Screen | 3/21/2019 | Jeremy Kay
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Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) announced on Thursday (21) the selection of 14 scripted and documentary projects for the 16th annual Tribeca All Access (TAA) programme designed to champion under-represented voices.

TAA provides financial support in the form of grants and a range of mentorship for storytellers who “create groundbreaking projects that bring marginalized voices with vital stories to tell, to a mainstream audience.”

Step - Filmmakers - TFI - Network - Filmmaker

The next step for the selected filmmakers will be the TFI Network, the filmmaker / industry market that takes place during the Tribeca Film Festival and provides an opportunity to meet experts including distributors, funders, programmers and mentors.

Seven grants will be awarded to scripted projects in various stages:

Coyote - Boys - Haley - Elizabeth - Anderson

Coyote Boys, writer-director-producer Haley Elizabeth Anderson; co-producer Adrien Cothier;

The Hole In The Fence (Mexico), director, co-writer Joaquin Del Paso, co-writer, production designer Lucy Pawlak; producer Fernanda De la Peza;

Inspection - Director - Elegance - Bratton - Producers

The Inspection, director, co-writer Elegance Bratton; producers Chester Algernal, Valerie Steinberg;

Keep It Together, director, writer Bane Fakih; producers Federica Belletti, Birgit Bernböck;

Lingua - Franca - Director - Producer - Writer

Lingua Franca, director, producer, writer Isabel Sandoval; producers Darlene Malimas, Jhett Tolentino, Carlo Velayo;

Toll (Brazil), director, writer, producer Carolina Markowicz.

Seven - Grants - Projects - Stages

Seven grants will be awarded to documentary projects in various stages:

Above And Below The Ground, director, cinematographer...
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