The 21st annual Tribeca Film Festival kicked off this week in New York City and they’ve opted to continue an “at home” component. That’s good news for those of us who don’t live in the area or couldn’t travel in to see some great independent films.
There are more screenings for 2022 than last year that are only happening in-person, but Tribeca At Home will still allow you to watch over 100 movies and short films from anywhere in the United States.
How to Attend Online
- Tribeca At Home Shorts Pass: watch all of the festival’s short films for $25.
- Tribeca At Home Awards Pass: watch any of the films that win awards at the end of the festival for $50 on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19.
- Tribeca At Home Festival Pass: watch any of the films in the virtual program (features and shorts) from June 9 – June 26 for $150.
- Individual Tickets are available for $15/each on each movie’s listing on the website and subject to sell out based on capacity limits.
How to Watch Online
After you buy a pass or ticket, you will need to create an account for watch.tribecafilm.com if you haven’t already. The Tribeca At Home app is available on Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku devices for viewing on a television. You can also view on a computer or mobile device. You can register two devices at the same physical location in order to stream and each film is available to watch one time, expiring 48 hours after you press play. Check out the At Home portion of the FAQ for full details.
What to Watch
- Billion Dollar Babies: The True Story of the Cabbage Patch Kids (Online World Premiere – Saturday, June 11)
- Body Parts (Spotlight Documentary – Tuesday, June 14)
- Butterfly in the Sky (World Premiere – Saturday, June 11)
- Cha Cha Real Smooth (Spotlight Narrative – Tuesday, June 14; premiering on Apple TV+ on June 17)
- Corner Office (Spotlight Narrative – Thursday, June 16, only streaming in New York state)
- Don’t Make Me Go (Spotlight Narrative – Wednesday, June 15)
- God Said Give ‘Em Drum Machines (World Premiere – Monday, June 13)
- Jerry & Marge Go Large (Spotlight Narrative – Friday, June 17; available same day on Paramount+)
- Kaepernick & America (Online Premiere – available now)
- Leave No Trace (Spotlight Documentary World Premiere – Saturday, June 11; premiering on Hulu June 16)
- Lynch/Oz (Spotlight Documentary World Premiere – Saturday, June 11)
- McEnroe (World Premiere Documentary – Sunday, June 12; premiering this fall on Showtime)
- Nothing Compares (Spotlight Documentary – Sunday, June 19; Sundance review)
- Petit Mal (World Premiere – Saturday, June 11)
- The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks (Spotlight Documentary World Premiere – Saturday, June 18)
- Tiu (World Premiere – Saturday, June 11)
- Unfinished Business (World Premiere – Wednesday, June 15)
- The Wild One (Documentary World Premiere – Monday, June 13)
Over the weeks ahead, I’ll report back with reviews of some of my favorite films of the festival. Whether you buy an individual ticket to watch something new or spring for the full pass, I hope you enjoy attending a world class film fest from the comfort of home!