Tribeca Movie Institute Declares ‘Our Metropolis, My Story’ Finalists – Selection


Tribeca Movie Institute has chosen 13 finalists from a pool of 115 submissions from New York Metropolis to display at their annual “Our Metropolis, My Story” showcase on Might 5 through the 2019 Tribeca Movie Pageant.

Every movie focuses on New York Metropolis by means of the attitude of a filmmaker 21 years previous or youthful within the classes of animation, documentary, experimental, and narrative. Instantly following the screening one profitable movie will likely be introduced in every class.

“Movie is without doubt one of the most pervasive mediums of right this moment and I strongly really feel we should nurture each authenticity of expression and innovation. In our thick cultural instances of 2019, it’s crucial we give younger voices a platform to be heard–with out pushing our agenda,” stated Lily Baldwin, “Our Metropolis, My Story” juror. “The brazen and younger people of NYC are the long run and we should hear. For all of those causes, it’s been an utter honor to jury for TFI’s Our Metropolis, My Story, a program that boldly helps the entire above.”


“A Misplaced Voice”

Directed by Jacob Lam

Early in his life, Jacob skilled a transfer internationally that precipitated him to lose sight of himself. He embarks on a journey to find what it means to be Chinese language-American.

“The Meet Cute”

Directed by Rae Powers

A pair of footwear named Chuck that’s coping with a current heartbreak after he receives a word from his ex-girlfriend, Madden.

“Easy Night time”

Directed by Bridget Ashville

Mr. Raymond, a creature of behavior, modifications up his ordinary drink and finds himself on an unpredictable journey.


“Bravo: A Work in Progress”

Directed by Jonah Bravo

The A-Sort, quirky and romantic, Jonah examines himself as a younger filmmaker and what it can take to realize his ambition of changing into a profitable artist.

“College Home Glock”

Directed by Jasmine Lecount-McClanahan, Alex Tzanis, Mya Qualls and Donezsah Browne

A documentary that explores how mass shootings have unfold to American colleges and what younger activists are doing to really feel protected.

“The Scribe”

Directed by William Mun

Comply with Pastor Abraham Jong Choi as he shares his dedication to his ministry and seoye, Korean calligraphy.

“Totally Addicted”

Directed by Nadir Hepburn

Weight problems, diabetes, coronary heart illness, and most cancers all have one factor in frequent – they plague minority communities, the place maintaining a healthy diet has grow to be a brand new segregation.



Directed by Emilie Hanson

A brief experimental movie about overcoming social anxiousness and changing into invisible.

“Infinite Stare”

Directed by Veronica Alvarez

A younger cynic ponders his pessimistic views when he meets a younger lady.

“I’m Glad it was You”

Directed by Laine Elliott

A pair tells the story of their relationship and their guarantees for the long run.


“The Artwork of Parenting”

Directed by Aliyah Warr

Highschool pupil Lola juggles college and parenting her addicted mother all whereas making an attempt to get herself into school.

“Flat Spot”

Directed by Chaoming Xue

The friendship of two younger skate boarders is examined when one in every of them runs into his longtime crush.

“One Chew”

Directed by Camryn Mina

After returning residence from weight reduction camp, a younger lady struggles to simply accept her physique picture whereas navigating relationships.

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