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An adult animated feature with a starry cast of comic voice actors, a world premiere with James Franco and directing efforts from Gael Garcia Bernal and Mia Wasikowska are among the movies on tap for the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
The 15th annual New York festival has unveiled about half the films on its 101-feature lineup, with 55 titles in total making up the competition slates and the Viewpoints section of programming.
Among the movies announced Wednesday are 43 world premieres, including “Nerdland,” Chris Prynoski’s R-rated cartoon comedy about fame with a cast led by Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt, opening the Viewpoints section; Ian Olds’ “The Fixer,” a thriller in the U. narrative competition that stars Franco and Melissa Leo; and “Madly,” the opener of the international narrative competition and an anthology of love stories with shorts directed by Bernal and Wasikovska, among others.
For the first time this year, the narrative competition titles have been split into U. and international categories, a move that programmers said allows them greater breadth in their selections for each. The 15th edition of the festival, founded in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 in an effort to revitalize lower Manhattan, will continue a trend that has seen the festival expand over the last several years to incorporate storytelling beyond the bigscreen.
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