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Jury members named for Tribeca Film Festival 2018

/ 02:59 PM April 17, 2018

Justin Bartha. Image: Warner Bros. France via AFP Relaxnews

The Tribeca Film Festival has finalized the panels just before it commences its 17th edition on Wednesday night. The festival runs from April 18 to 29 in New York City.

Throughout assorted categories, the jurors include Norman Reedus, Chris Messina, Sasheer Zamata, Ray Liotta and André Holland.

For the United States Narrative Competition section, Justin Bartha (actor currently in acclaimed drama “The Good Fight”), Bilge Ebiri (senior film critic for the Village Voice), Jenny Lumet (author of “Rachel Getting Married”), and Lakeith Stanfield (actor in FX series “Atlanta”) will sit on the jury.

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In the Documentary Competition section, producer Dan Cogan, cinematographer/director Kirsten Johnson, and multi-hyphenate director/producer/writer/editor Brett Morgen will assess the offerings.

For the Best New Narrative Director Competition, actor Josh Charles, actress Zosia Mamet and filmmaker/writer/actor Joshua Leonard will oversee the section.

Jurors presiding over the competitions (for International Narrative, Narrative Short, Storyscapes, the Short Documentary and Student Visionary Competition) and awards (Albert Maysles/Best New Documentary Director Award, the Nora Ephron Award, Tribeca X Award) have also been announced.

Deadline has laid out the complete list. JB

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