Tribeca Festival Announces Dates for 2022

Tribeca Festival Announces Dates for 2022

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Today, Tribeca Festival has announced that the 21st edition of its will take place from June 8th to June 19th, 2022 in New York City.

For twenty years, the Tribeca Festival was known as Tribeca Film Festival but dropped it for the 2021 Festival in an effort to explore storytelling across film, TV, VR, gaming, podcasts and more. Starting on September 20, Tribeca will open submissions for the 2022 Festival for all categories including feature and short films, episodic storytelling (Tribeca NOW), immersive, podcasts, online premieres, and branded entertainment (Tribeca X).

The 2021 Tribeca Festival was held this June across all five boroughs of New York City in a mix of indoor and outdoor venues, featuring over 250 events like the premieres of In the Heights, No Sudden Move, This Time This Place, welcoming over 100K+ attendees as the first major festival to return to in-person audiences.

“We loved kicking off summer 2021 and were so proud to lead the re-opening of New York by bringing film and entertainment to communities in all five boroughs, reflecting on where we are in this particular moment, we believe a combination of an indoor/outdoor festival will be the most exciting way to unite international audiences and our local community in this wonderful city next June.”

– Jane Rosenthal, Tribeca Enterprises and the Tribeca Festival Co-Founder & CEO

Previous editions of Tribeca helped launch the careers of Damien Chazelle, Jon Chu, Nia DaCosta and Ryan Coogler among many others. Tribeca, founded by Robert DeNiro and Rosenthal after 9/11, has quickly become the festival to go to for any fan of independent cinema.

“We’re excited to welcome back creators from all mediums, entertainers and our audiences for another memorable experience. In 2022 we look forward to creating new ways to enjoy their work across New York’s unbeatable options of theatres, parks, rooftops and other innovative venues across the city.”

– Paula Weinstein, Chief Content Officer of Tribeca Enterprises

The Tribeca Festival is curated by Festival Director and VP of Programming Cara Cusumano; Artistic Director Frédéric Boyer; VP of Filmmaker Relations & Shorts Programming Sharon Badal; VP of Immersive Programming Loren Hammonds (immersive, features); VP of Games Casey Baltes (games); Senior Programmers Liza Domnitz (features, TV, Tribeca NOW); Programmers: Ben Thompson (shorts); Jose Rodriguez (features); Lucy Mukerjee (features); Karen McMullen (features); and program advisor Paula Weinstein, along with a team of associate programmers.

2021 was a challenging year but also an inspiring one as we saw record high submissions and incredible work despite unprecedented obstacles.  As we open for submissions for Tribeca 2022, I can’t wait to be inspired again by what our indefatigable storytelling community creates as we embark on a new year of industry-wide rebuilding and reinvention,”

– Festival Director and VP of Programming Cara Cusumano

Submissions & Deadlines for the 2021 Tribeca Film Festival:
September 20, 2021 – Submissions Open
November 3, 2021 – Early Deadline
December 8, 2021 – Official Deadline
January 19, 2022 – Late Deadline

Submissions will be accepted through submissions or via FilmFreeway: Submission rules, regulations, and information on eligibility for the 2022 Tribeca Festival are available at For any questions please contact

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