It’s only twelve days until the Tribeca Film Festival opens. This year’s crop of films might make 2015 one of the best lines up yet. While you’re checking out the independent features and documentaries, don’t forget to see some of Tribeca’s exciting short films—of which there are many. But, don’t despair, Tribeca makes it easy by grouping the shorts by theme.
Below are Tribeca’s offering for this year’s crop of shorts, including the 2015 Oscar nominated short Boogaloo and Graham.
Personal stories about self-identity are the focus of these documentary shorts.
Relationships are often complicated, particularly so for the characters in this short program.
This thought-provoking program curated for a contemporary audience that lives online ponders, “Does technology rule, or rule us?”
This combination of artistic and cerebral docs and narratives will captivate you with some very visual storytelling.
Home is where the heart in these short docs.
Some are futuristic, others fatalistic, but always expect the unexpected in this group of shorts.
Life in New York is tough but the subjects of these documentary shorts are up to the challenge.
Our popular New York narrative program returns with everyday life imagined–past, present, and future.
Life is a delicate balancing act in these short films.