The Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled a dramatically smaller lineup for its eighth edition, with its 86 feature films repping a 28% decline from last year’s fest.
The two main competition sections, World Narrative and Documentary, are holding steady with 12 films each. On Monday, organizers unveiled full lineups for both, plus the 14 titles in the Discovery section.
The remainder of the fest lineup will be announced in the coming days.
Tribeca kicks off with Woody Allen’s “Whatever Works” on April 22 and runs through May 3.