A few days after unveiling its main slate, the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival today revealed more high profile titles playing in its Spotlight, Midnight and Special Screening sections, as well as work in progress screenings.
Notable world premieres include the zombie movie “Maggie,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; “Bleeding Heart,” starring Jessica Biel and Zosia Mamet; the crime thriller “Mojave,” starring Oscar Isaac, Garrett Hedlund and Mark Wahlberg; and Tim Blake Nelson’s latest ensemble movie “Anesthesia” starring Sam Waterston, Glenn Close, Kristen Stewart and Corey Stoll.
Non-world premiered include “Slow West,” starring Michael Fassbender; Sundance hit “Grandma,” featuring Lily Tomlin; Leslye Headland’s follow-up to “Bachelorette,” “Sleeping With Other People”; and the buzzed-about sex comedy “The Overnight,” starring Taylor Schilling and Adam Scott.
The 14th edition of the festival runs April 15-24
Mojave, directed by and written by William Monahan. (USA) – World Premiere, Narrative. William Monahan’s second feature, starring Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund, is a delirious trip from the fringes of the desert to the center of the film industry. Armed with little more than a knife and two handles of vodka, an on-edge Hollywood director sets out to the Mojave Desert, where he finds a drifter brandishing a rifle and claiming to be the Devil.