Tribeca Film Festival: 5 Must-See Films Debuting At The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival

  • 27-April-2019

Margot Robbie plays an intriguing fugitive in "Dreamland" while Francis Ford Coppola's "Apocalypse Now" gets a 40th anniversary reboot.

The 18th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is currently authoritatively in progress with an astounding 103 movies slated to make a big debut this year. From dramatic thrillers to melodic comedies, there's a film to fulfill everybody's sort inclinations. In any case, to enable you to explore the 12-day occasion, we've picked the five most buzz-worthy movies that you should aim to see as soon as they hit theaters.

"Apocalypse Now: Final Cut"

Francis Ford Coppola's Vietnam War adventure "Apocalyse Now" is celebrating its 40th anniversary at the Tribeca Film Festival with the disclosing of its remastered, at no other time seen director's cut. On Sunday, April 28, Coppola is booked to have an on-stage conversation at Manhattan's Beacon Theater to share some insights and stories about his Academy-Award winning masterpiece.


Miles Joris-Peyrafitte's Depression-era thriller "Dreamland" makes its reality premiere at this year's fest, featuring Margot Robbie as a burglar on the run. At the point When a young man discovers the fugitive hiding at a Texas farm, he plots to turn her in, but complications arise!


Christoph Waltz makes his directorial debut in "Georgetown," a wrongdoing dramatization around an irresistible social climber named Ulrich Mott (played by Waltz) who weds an incredible and rich older woman, Elsa Brecht (Vanessa Redgrave). At the point when Brecht bites the dust startlingly, Mott turns into a primary suspect in what is by all accounts her murder, and her daughter (Annette Bening) becomes a thorn in his side.

"Lost Transmissions"

Katharine O'Brien's show pursues the lives of shy songwriter Hannah (Juno Temple) and regarded producer Theo Ross (Simon Pegg), who produce a life changing creative partnership. Their friendship faces trials and tribulations as Theo's mental illness worsens, just as her star rises.


Danny Boyle's British melodic parody is the festival's closing-night film. It recounts to the narrative of a young musician (Himesh Patel) who gets in an accident and wakes up in a world where the Beatles never existed. He soon begins singing the band's famous songs and passes them on as his very own. Lily James, Kate McKinnon, and Ed Sheeran also star in the movie.

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