Tag: Tribeca 2021

Sami Khan and Michael Gassert on Cuban Baseball Immigration in The Last Out | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Some of the greatest current Major League Baseball players are from Cuba. From Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox to the New York Yankees fireballer Aroldis Chapman and even to the rookie sensation Randy

Jennifer Morris and Robbie Sublett on Bringing a Comical Grandma Series in If I’m Alive Next Week… | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Jennifer Morris and Robbie Sublett know the best stories to tell are the one closest to home. Quite literally, the couple told their story living with their mother in a comical series called If I’m

Jonathan Keijser on Inspirational Syrian Refugee Story in Peace By Chocolate | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

With the refugee crisis in Syria for the past decade, many countries unwilling to assist these people due to certain biasness, economics, and fear of terrorism. Canada opened their borders to welcome Syrian refugees, in

Alec Cutter and Igal Albala on Boy’s Dream to Watch Brazilian Soccer in Nando | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Soccer is life. However, soccer is not accessible to everyone in Brazil. With dividing lines between the wealthy and the poor in Brazil, many children living in poor neighborhoods dream of watching a soccer game

Jefferson Stein Talks Border Story in Short Film Burros | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Border migrant situation is a very complex issue. The point of views range from the migrants themselves, coyotes, to even those who lives on the border and witness them crossing their backyards. Jefferson Stein created

James Latimer on Phenom Mahiro Takano in Kata Short Film | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Director James Latimer saw something special with kata karate form champion Mahiro Takano. So special, Latimer made a short film starring the young girl in this fantastical documentary narrative with Kata. The young phenomenal 13-year-old

Marq Evans on the Life and Ambition of Will Vinton in Claydream | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

For many decades, animator Will Vinton was flying high in the clay animation world and on his way to be the next Walt Disney. After an Oscar-winning animated film and nationwide recognizable advertising campaigns, his

Shariff Korver on Mideast Mission Gone Awry in Do Not Hesitate | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Numerous things have gone wrong with Middle East military missions. Given the circumstances and being surrounded by possible hostiles, soldiers are on extreme alert and suspicious as demonstrated in a military mission that gone awry

Scott Aharoni and Dennis Latos on the Covid-19 Lockdown Short Film Leylak | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

Too many of us—the short film Leylak hits too close to home. Directors Scott Aharoni and Dennis Latos captured the essence of the first few weeks of the nationwide lockdown of 2020 as COVID-19 gripped

Molly C. Quinn and Mickey Reece on the Aftermath of An Unsuccessful Exorcism in Agnes | Tribeca 2021 [Exclusive Interview]

The Catholic Church can’t win them all in terms of exorcisms. With any failed exorcism, there is fallout from those consequences that question the ideas of faith, reputation, and beliefs. In Agnes, the narrative feature