Must See Films at the Tribeca Film Festival 2023

BY William Andre Buchanan

June 7, 2023


Produced by Clément Deneux & Émilie Valentin


The experience will world premiere in the Immersive Category of the Main Competition at the Tribeca Festival, June 9 – 17, 2023

Watch the NEW trailer for Monstrorama



The secret museum Monstrorama was built by the Collector, a mysterious and extravagant man whose face no one has ever seen. Few people have the chance to visit his museum. To get there, you need to go into a parallel universe, another dimension where our world coexists with that of the monsters. Once you enter the portal, the museum comes to you, melding with your real environment.

Your room transforms into a giant elevator that takes you thousands of miles underground, where the monsters lie, from the Kraken to the Vampire, each more terrifying than the next. During your journey, you will also encounter the Tingler, a one-of-a-kind creature, a little parasite monster that clings to your wrist and feeds on your fear.




Produced by Jeanie Finlay and Suzanne Alizart Executive Produced by Charlotte Cook, Sandra Whipham, Shanida Scotland

World Premiere – 2023 Tribeca Film Festival – Spotlight

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ABOUT YOUR FAT FRIEND: In February 2016, an anonymous blogger known as @yrfatfriend penned a post entitled “A Request From Your Fat Friend: What I Need When We Talk About Bodies” that discussed the realities of what it’s like to go through life as a self-described “very fat person” with candor and vulnerability. The piece struck a chord and quickly went viral. For the next five years, “Your Fat Friend” published numerous popular essays addressing society’s obsession with fatphobia and aggressive anti-fatness. When the writer, Aubrey Gordon, publishes her first book, she boldly decides to shed her anonymity and enter the public spotlight to face her supporters, trolls, and critics for the first time.  




Produced by Jenna Kelly, Carrie Weprin and Martine Phelan-Roberts

Executive Produced by Howard Lindzon, Daniel Kagan, Justin Lacob, Bryn Mooser, Andy Hsieh, Paul Scanlan, David Baxter, Jeff Annison, Terri Lubaroff, Gray Golka, Bret Disend, Stanley Tang, and Gloria Zhu  

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You’ve probably heard about cryptocurrency over the past few years, even if you’re unsure what the hoopla is all about. As it turns out, the crypto world is like the Wild West: the rules are what you make them, and the markets can be affected by the smallest change. While professional stock traders may find this to be old hat, how does it affect the regular people looking to change their lives with this popular currency? Documentarians Chris Temple and Zach Ingrasci return to Tribeca with THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE a look into the realities of crypto investment, to find the answer.  



Directed by Heather Courtney, Princess A. Hairston, and Chelsea Hernandez

Diane Quon, Heather Courtney, Princess A. Hairston, Chelsea Hernandez
Executive Producers
Keith Maitland, Sarah Wilson, Jacqueline Olive, Nico Opper, Sally Jo Fifer, Lois Vossen, Bill and Ruth Ann Harnisch, Melony and Adam Lewis, Ken Pelletier, and Shizuka Asakawa

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ABOUT BREAKING THE NEWS: As Donald Trump was getting sworn in as President and the Women’s March set an angry, outspoken tone for the country’s discourse, journalist Emily Ramshaw decided to meet the moment by launching The 19th. Named after the Nineteenth Amendment, The 19th became the first nonprofit, nonpartisan news agency in the United States. Its mission is to focus on the impact of national politics and policy on women. However, by the time Emily and co-founder Amanda Zamora had secured funding and officially launched The 19th’s news site, the pandemic hit — and the very fabric of society went into a tailspin.  



About Tribeca Film Festival

The Tribeca Festival is an annual film festival organized by Tribeca Productions. It takes place each spring in New York City, showcasing a diverse selection of film, episodic, talks, music, games, art, and immersive programming1. The festival was founded in 2002 by Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, and Craig Hatkoff in response to the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the consequent loss of vitality in the Tribeca neighborhood in Lower Manhattan1. The 2023 Tribeca Festival feature film lineup has been announced and it includes films from David Duchovny, Chelsea Peretti and more2. You can check out the schedule for the festival on their website. Visit Tribeca Festival | Tribeca ( for more info on participating films & catch trailers to these and many other amazing films airing on RIDEPLAY tv.



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