GONE BABY GONE Among New Films Coming to Tribeca Shortlist in June

GONE BABY GONE Among New Films Coming to Tribeca Shortlist in June

GONE BABY GONE Among New Films Coming to Tribeca Shortlist in June

Below, check out which films are coming and going in June 2017 on Tribeca Shortlist. The films are currently available for streaming. To watch, start your free 7-day trial at

Check out these new films coming to Tribeca Shortlist in June

The Hunt (2013) - Lucas, a kindly daycare employee, is wrongly accused of exposing himself to a child, leading the parents in this small, tight-knit community to converge around him in a sinister swirl of persecution in which innocence matters not nearly as much as popular opinion. Mads Mikkelsen (Rogue One) won the Best Actor Award at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival for his nuanced, sympathetic lead performance. Directed by Thomas Vinterberg (upcoming Kursk with Léa Seydoux & Colin Firth).

The House I Live In (2012) - An intense and tragic look at a prison system CROWDED with non-violent drug offenders, primarily black and facing steep sentences. "Called a 'Silent Holocaust' against blacks," Roger Ebert wrote in his review, "Jarecki's film makes a shattering case against the War on Drugs." Directed by Eugene Jarecki (Promised Land - Cannes 2017).

Gone Baby Gone (2007) - Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea) is Patrick Kenzie, a private investigator in a rough Boston neighborhood, in this film adaption of Dennis Lehane's novel of the same name. When a four-year-old girl is kidnapped and the cops offer little help, Patrick and his partner/girlfriend (Michelle Monaghan) are hired by her family to find answers, but instead they find layers of corruption on all sides.
Directed by Ben Affleck.

Citizen Ruth (1996) - Ruth Stoops was more concerned with huffing fumes than she was about her birth control, and it landed her pregnant and in the middle of a hot debate. Laura Dern (Big Little Lies, Twin Peaks) leads an impressive cast in this comedic satire of political maneuvering featuring the directorial debut of Alexander Payne (Sideways).

Richard Pryor...Here And Now (1983) - Comedian Richard Pryor's final concert film, recorded in front of a rowdy audience at Saenger Theatre in New Orleans. A relaxed and seven-months sober Pryor jokes honestly about drugs, marriage, race and politics, going in and out of characters, accents and affectations, and handling hecklers with aplomb. Directed by Richard Pryor.
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The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (1966) - This American dramedy set on the tiny fictional island of unpronounceable "Gloucester" is riled up when a lone Russian submarine runs aground. Fear, panic, and bad decisions run amok as Walt Whittaker, played by the inimitable Carl Reiner, tries to save his family and fellow Americans from themselves when confronted with our famous Cold War enemies. Has everyone gone mad? Directed by Norman Jewison.

The Angriest Man In Brooklyn (2014, Phil Alden Robinson)
Big Bad Wolves (2014, Aharon Keshales & Navot Papushado)
Hyena (2014, Gerard Johnson) *6/7 launch date
Hide Your Smiling Faces (2013, Daniel Patrick Carbone)
Web Junkie (2013, Hilla Medailia & Shosh Shlam)
The Comedy (2012, Rick Alverson)
The Cup (2012, Simon Wincer)
Take This Waltz (2012, Sarah Polley)
Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us? (2011, Taggart Siegel)
Sleepless Night (2011, Frederic Jardin)
These Amazing Shadows (2011, Paul Mariano & Kurt Norton)
Weekend (2011, Andrew Haigh)
Creation (2009, Jon Amiel)
Rambo (2008, Sylvester Stallone)
Penelope (2006, Mark Palansky)
Enron: The Smartest Guys In THE ROOM (2005, Alex Gibney)
Rize (2005, David LaChapelle)
Bad Education (2004, Pedro Almodóvar)
Cold Mountain (2003, Anthony Minghella)
Danny Deckhair (2003, Jeff Balsmeyer)
High Tension (2003, Alexandre Aja)
The Triplets of Belleville (2003, Sylvain Chomet)
Frailty (2002, Bill Paxton)
Infernal Affairs (2002, Wai-Keung Lau & Alan Mak)
Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance (2002, Park Chan-wook)
To Be And To Have (Etre Et Avoir) (2002, Nicolas Philibert)
Amores Perros (2000, Alejandro González Iñárritu)
Butterfly (1999,José Luis Cuerda)
Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood (1996, Paris Barclay)
From Dusk Till Dawn (1996, Robert Rodriguez)
A River Runs Through It (1992, Robert Redford)
Awakenings (1990, Penny Marshall)
Metropolitan (1990, Whit Stillman)
This Is Spinal Tap (1984, Rob Reiner)
The Big Chill (1983, Lawrence Kasdan)
48 Hrs. (1982, Walter Hill)
Absence Of Malice (1981, Sydney Pollack)
King of the Mountain (1981, Noel Nosseck)
The Producers (1967, Mel Brooks)
A Man For All Seasons (1966, Fred Zimmerman)
Pierrot Le Fou (1965, Jean-Luc Godard)
Hud (1963, Martin Ritt)
Anatomy Of A Murder (1959, Otto Preminger)
Shane (1953, George Stevens)