Tribeca Adds Hannah Einbinder Standup Special, More, To Festival Lineup; Sets ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ World Premiere Later In June

Tribeca Adds Hannah Einbinder Standup Special, More, To Festival Lineup; Sets ‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ World Premiere Later In June

The 2024 Tribeca Festival has added 11 new feature films to its lineup — including a Hannah Einbinder standup special from Max — and has also set a world premiere of Michael Sarnoski’s A Quiet Place: Day One on June 26 in partnership with Paramount Pictures and Imax just ahead of the film’s theatrical release. The red carpet event is for Tribeca members as part of the organization’s push into year-round programming. It’s after the festival, which runs June 5-16.

Hannah Einbinder: Everything Must Go, features the actress and comedian best known for her role as Ava Daniels in the HBO hit Hacks with Jean Smart.

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Other new word premieres include sports documentaries Federer: Twelve Final Days, directed by Asif Kapadia and Joe Sabia — a behind-the-scenes film of the 20-time Grand Slam tennis champion Roger Federer and his emotional decision to retire from the sport — as well as Power of the Dream, directed by Dawn Porter, an underdog story where activism meets sports as the documentary follows the WNBA’s path from fighting for fair pay and better airtime to social justice.

The feature program also includes the North American premiere of Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes by Nanette Burstein, where fans will get a revealing look at the icon’s life through intimate interviews and never-before-seen footage.

The Freshly Cut Grass, by Celina Murgaand, executive produced by Martin Scorsese, is a dramedy about two married university professors who start affairs with younger students.

La Cocina, directed by Alonso Ruizpalacios, an immigrant story about an undocumented cook in a New York kitchen whose dreams are dashed, stars Rooney Mara.



Dust to Dust, (Japan) – World Premiere. It’s November 2022. Yuima Nakazato, one of the most promising designers in Japan, journeys to Kenya to learn about how the fashion industry has impacted the climate crisis and to search for solutions. Directed by Kosai Sekine. Produced by Yusuke Kamata. Dust to Dust is the recipient of the 2024 Human/Nature Award, a prize established to amplify a film that best exemplifies solution-oriented environmental storytelling.

Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes, (United States) – North American Premiere. Through intimate interviews and unprecedented archive access, Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes sheds new light on the icon’s self-image. Directed by Nanette Burstein. Produced by J.J. Abrams, Sean Stuart, Glen Zipper, Bill Gerber, Rachel Rusch Rich. An HBO Documentary release.

Federer: Twelve Final Days, (United States) – World Premiere. In this warm and celebratory documentary, filmmakers Asif Kapadia and Joe Sabia capture tennis legend Roger Federer’s bittersweet decision to retire. As Federer prepares for his final tournament, the film offers a poignant yet uplifting look at his extraordinary career and life. Directed by Asif Kapadia, Joe Sabia. Produced by Asif Kapadia and George Chignell. Presented by Prime Video.

Missing from Fire Trail Road, (France, United States) – World Premiere. Mary Ellen Johnson-Davis, a Native American woman, disappeared over two years ago from the Tulalip Indian reservation near Seattle, WA. As the investigation remains at a standstill, her sisters and other tribal members set off to discover what happened to her. Directed and produced by Sabrina Van Tassel.

Power of the Dream, (United States) – World Premiere. The WNBA has always been underestimated. And that underestimation has always been met with a drive to rise beyond the challenge. Activism meets sports in this documentary that follows the story of the WNBA and how it forever changed the course of U.S. politics. Directed by Dawn Porter. Produced by Dawn Porter, Sue Bird, Nneka Ogwumike, Reni Calister, Jessica Robertson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Emma Schwartz, Brett Bouttier, Aaron Saidman, Eli Holzman. Presented by Prime Video.
Soldiers of Song, (Ukraine) – World Premiere. Soldiers of Song provides an unflinching look into the changed lives of Ukrainian musicians today and how they have used their creativity and courage to cope with the horrors of the ongoing invasion. Directed and produced by Ryan Smith.


Hannah Einbinder: Everything Must Go (United States) – New Special World Premiere. Best known for her Emmy-nominated starring role as “Ava” in Hacks, Hannah Einbinder’s first love is stand-up comedy. Everything Must Go is Einbinder’s first ever standup special. Hannah executive produces alongside Dave Kneebone, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, and Janel Kranking for Abso Lutely Productions. Directed by Sandy Honig. A MAX Release.

Nuked, (United States) – World Premiere. A marijuana-fueled 40th birthday party turns into hilarious and horrifying chaos when everyone is suddenly alerted to the nuclear missile headed directly toward them. Directed and written by Deena Kashper. Produced by Deena Kashper, Daryl Freimark, Julie Christeas. With Justin Bartha, Anna Camp, Lucy Punch, George Young, Tawny Newsome, Ignacio Serricchio, Maulik Pancholy, Stephen Guarino, Natasha Leggero, Cole Stockel.


La Cocina, (Mexico, United States) – North American Premiere. In this searing immigrant story set in a chaotic Manhattan restaurant kitchen, an undocumented cook’s dreams unravel when money goes missing and a shocking revelation about his lover threatens to upend everything. Directed and written by Alonso Ruizpalacios. Produced by Ramiro Ruiz, Gerardo Gatica, Alonso Ruizpalacios, Lauren Mann, Ivan Orlic. With Raúl Briones Carmona, Rooney Mara, Anna Diaz, Motell Foster, Oded Fehr, Laura Gómez, James Waterson, Lee Sellars, Eduardo Olmos, Spenser Granese.

The Freshly Cut Grass, (Argentina, Uruguay, Germany, Mexico, United States) – World Premiere. In mirroring stories of marital perfidy, two university professors – one man and one woman – step out on their spouses with younger students and step into tricky emotional and professional terrain. Executive Produced by Martin Scorsese, director Celina Murga’s latest is a wry, sharply observed dramedy of uneven consequences. Written by Celina Murga, Juan Villegas, Lucía Osorio. Produced by Juan Villegas, Celina Murga, Tomás Eloy Muñoz, Valeria Bistagnino, Axel Kuschevatzky. With Marina de Tavira, Joaquín Furriel, Alfonso Tort, Romina Peluffo, Emanuel Parga, Verónica Gerez.


Come Closer, (Israel) – World Premiere. When her beloved brother dies, Eden’s grief takes a dangerous turn as she discovers his secret girlfriend. With stunning visuals and a haunting soundtrack, this poignant drama explores the depths of love, loss and obsession. Directed and written by Tom Nesher. Produced by Haim Mecklberg, Estee Yacov-Mecklberg, Domenico Procacci, Laura Paolucci. With Lia Elalouf, Darya Rosenn, Netta Garti, Jacob Zada Daniel.