The 2022 Jury Award Winners of the 21st Annual Tribeca Festival
Reported by: LaKisa Renee
The 2022 Jury Award winners of the 21st Annual Tribeca Festival, presented by OKX have been announced! Many notable films that have won Tribeca Festival Jury Awards have gone on to win the Academy Awards including: Jesus Camp, Taxi to the Dark Side and of course The Queen of Basketball which won an Oscar just this year at the Academys.
Many of the award winning titles today will be available on Tribeca At Home until June 26th. Buy your pass to stream these and other notable Tribeca Festival films and talks you may have missed.
Here’s a list of just some of the great content featured during Tribeca 2022 that went on to win a Jury Award. You can see the full list here.
Congrats to all the participants in this year’s Festival. Win or lose you’re a part of the Tribeca Family and we hope you’ll continue to submit your work!
U.S. NARRATIVE COMPETITION
The Founders Award for Best U.S. Narrative Feature: Sarah Elizabeth Mintz, Good Girl Jane Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Best Screenplay in a U.S. Narrative Feature: written by Ben Snyder & Elizabeth Rodriguez, Allswell
Best Cinematography in a U.S. Narrative Feature: Azuli Anderson, Next Exit
Best Performance in a U.S. Narrative Feature: Rain Spencer in Good Girl Jane Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Special Jury Mention for Best Performance in a U.S. Narrative Feature: Liz Carbel Sierra in God’s Time Catch It on Tribeca At Home
INTERNATIONAL NARRATIVE COMPETITION
Best International Narrative Feature: January Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Best Screenplay in an International Narrative Feature: Martín Boulocq and Rodrigo Hasbún, The Visitor Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Best Cinematography in an International Narrative Feature: Jan Mayntz, We Might As Well Be Dead Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Best Performance in an International Narrative Feature: Dorota Pomykala for Woman on a Roof
Best Documentary Feature: The Cave of Adullam
Best Cinematography in a Documentary Feature: The Wild One Catch It on Tribeca At Home
Best Editing in a Documentary Feature: The Cave of Adullam
BEST NEW NARRATIVE DIRECTOR COMPETITION Best New Narrative Director: Michelle Garza Cervera for Huesera
BEST NEW DOCUMENTARY DIRECTOR COMPETITION The Albert Maysles Award for Best New Documentary Director: Edward Buckles Jr. for Katrina Babies Catch it on Tribeca At Home
NORA EPHRON COMPETITION Nora Ephron Award: Michelle Garza Cervera for Huesera
SHORTS COMPETITION Sponsored by Meta All Tribeca shorts are available through Tribeca At Home
Best Narrative Short: Night Ride
Best Documentary Short: Heart Valley
Best Animated Short: More Than I Remember
Student Visionary: Daydreamers
TRIBECA AUDIO STORYTELLING COMPETITION Sponsored by Audible
Best Audio Storytelling in Nonfiction: Mother Country Radicals
Best Audio Storytelling in Fiction: The Hollowed Out
TRIBECA IMMERSIVE COMPETITION
Storyscapes Award: Kubo Walks The City
New Voices Award: LGBTQ + VR Museum
TRIBECA GAMES COMPETITION
Tribeca Games Award: Thirsty Suitors
HUMAN / NATURE COMPETITION
HUMAN / NATURE Award: Katrina Babies Catch It on Tribeca At Home
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