The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is offering an exciting panel of artists, filmmakers and entertainers for their famous Tribeca Talks segment.
The 16th annual festival will bridge together topics such as cinematography, production and sound from expert discussions through their career experiences. The one-on-one intimate conversations will focus on the power of storytelling whether it's through film, music or virtual reality.
"It is an incredible privilege to get a glimpse into the creative process of some of the most brilliant figures in film, music, and culture -- and one of my favorite parts of the festival experience," says Tribeca's Paula Weinstein. "The Tribeca Talks series allows audiences to join the discussions, and offers a chance to peek into the minds of their favorite entertainers to better understand their creative journeys."
The 2017 Tribeca Talks series highlights include:
The Tribeca Talk Series: Director Series
Jon Favreau will have a discussion with Scarlett Johansson about his history in filmmaking and his diverse career as a director (Friday, April 21)
Filmmaker Alejandro González Iñárritu will dive into his work, going through his groundbreaking films Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Biutiful, Babel and The Revenant. (Saturday, April 22)
Noah Baumbach with Dustin Hoffman talks about the directors' most highlighted works such as the Academy Award-nominated The Squid and the Whale. (Monday, April 24)
The Tribeca Talk Series: Storytellers Series
Kobe Bryant and Glen Keane converse about their collaboration on an animated short film with Michael Strahan (Sunday, April 23)
Rapper Common and director Nelson George explore the topics of combining music and film together. (Sunday, April 23)
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner examine the TV show Girls and their respective careers. (Tuesday, April 25)
Bruce Springsteen discusses with Tom Hanks his overall career in American musical history and what lies ahead for him in the future. (Friday, April 28)
Barbra Streisand with Robert Rodriguez talk the former's amazing career and "force field of creativity." (Saturday, April 29)
The Tribeca Talk Series: Virtual Reality
Director Kathryn Bigelow and co-creator Imraan Ismail discussing their work on Virtual Reality documentary The Protectors: A Walk in the Ranger's Shoes. (Saturday, April 22)
The festival will take place April 19-30, 2017.
For additional information and to book tickets go to: www.tribecafilm.com