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BEST NEW DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Award for Best New Documentary Director goes to Alan Hicks for Keep On Keepin' On:

Trumpet legend Clark Terry has mentored jazz wonders like Miles Davis and Quincy Jones, but his most unlikely friendship is with Justin Kauflin, a 23-year-old blind piano player with uncanny talent but debilitating nerves. As Justin prepares for the most pivotal moment in his budding career, Terry’s ailing health threatens his own. Charming and nostalgic, Alan Hicks’ melodic debut celebrates an iconic musician while introducing an emerging star of equal vibrancy. | Read More
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BEST NEW DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 84 minutes
One of the goals of the Tribeca Film Festival has always been to seek out and encourage new talent and bold visions from every corner of the globe. Get your tickets now to see the first or second documentary feature from an emerging filmmaker chosen as the best of the Fest by a jury of internationally acclaimed filmmakers. | Read More
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BEST NEW DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: U.K.
One of the goals of the Tribeca Film Festival has always been to seek out and encourage new talent and bold visions from every corner of the globe. Get your tickets now to see the first or second documentary feature from an emerging filmmaker chosen as the best of the Fest by a jury of internationally acclaimed filmmakers. | Read More
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR AWARD

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 127 minutes
  • Country: (none)
The Journals of Musan: Park Jungbum's stunning and much-lauded debut is the story of a North Korean defector forging a life in capitalist South Korea. As both director and actor, Park (assistant director of Lee Chang-dong's stirring Poetry) fully realizes a disarmingly beautiful vision of loneliness, disconnect, and ethical ambiguity in this story of a lost soul's struggle to connect. | Read More
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR AWARD

Fed up with catering to the privileged tourist class, Cuban teens Raul and Elio are tantalized by the promise of a new life in Miami. Accused of assaulting a foreigner, Raul has no choice but to flee, but Elio must decide whether his own escape is worth abandoning his beloved sister. Brimming with the nervous energy of Havana's restless youth and evocative cinematography of the sun-bleached capital, Una Noche follows one sweltering day, full of hope and fraught with tensions, that burns to a shocking climax. | Read More
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR AWARD

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best New Narrative Director Award goes to Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais for Whitewash.

The brutality of winter and the power of the mind are aptly portrayed in this dark comedy set in Northern Quebec. Bruce (Thomas Haden Church) is merely trying to survive a harsh winter when he meets Paul. Conflict leads to a complicated situation, and Bruce finds himself in an unexpected place. Grappling with guilt, he soon creates a prison from which he cannot escape. Haden Church perfectly utilizes his comic talent in this wry, well-crafted film. | Read More
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: N/A
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
The Best New Narrative Director goes to Josef Wladyka for Manos Sucias:

Towing a submerged torpedo in the wake of their battered fishing boat, a desperate fisherman and naive kid embark on a journey trafficking millions of dollars worth of cocaine. Shot entirely on location along the Pacific coast of Colombia—in areas that bear the indelible scars of the drug trade—Manos Sucias refuses to glamorize the drug trade but rather seeks to offer a rare glimpse of its devastating effects. Executive produced by Spike Lee. | Read More

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BEST NEW NARRATIVE FILMMAKER

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
One of the goals of the Tribeca Film Festival has always been to seek out and encourage new talent and bold visions from every corner of the globe. Get your tickets now to see the first or second narrative feature from an emerging filmmaker chosen as the best of the Fest by a jury of internationally acclaimed filmmakers. | Read More
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BEST NEW NARRATIVE FILMMAKER AWARD WINNER

  • Release Year: 2010
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Country: Canada and France
One of the goals of the Tribeca Film Festival has always been to seek out and encourage new talent and bold visions from every corner of the globe. Get your tickets now to see the first or second narrative feature from an emerging filmmaker chosen as the best of the Fest by a jury of internationally acclaimed filmmakers. | Read More
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BEST NEW YORK DOCUMENTARY

  • Release Year: 2009
  • Runtime: 84 minutes
It's no surprise that some of the greatest true stories in the world come from the greatest city in the world. Get your tickets now to see the film chosen as the best of the Fest by a jury of notable names from three diverse worlds that New York knows best—film, fashion, and food. | Read More
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