WWT Talk: The Tribeca Film Festival Begins
Films and TV Series Discussed:
Only is a mysterious, dreamy post-apocalyptic love story told elegantly and in non-sequential order by director Takashi Doscher. Tony Award-winner Odom, Jr. (Hamilton) and Pinto (Slumdog Millionaire) play the doomed couple whose fear that their secret will be revealed unveils the layers of pain and longing between them. As Will and Eva struggle to reach a beloved waterfall from their past, the couple attempts to survive in a new world where she is a commodity of unparalleled worth.
Kaden (Boyd Holbrook) is a ski jumping champion pushing the limits. After a few disappointing jumps, his drive returns in the form of a long lost love. Khai (Song Yang) is a lonely executive focused on an ascending career. When a mysterious woman (Zhu Zhu) starts working at his office, he’s not ready for the detour.
The same living essence inhabits two different homes: one in Canada, one in China. Two men who have never met share a lonely existence. While one sleeps, the other is awake. The world waits for an impending moment; They must unite.
Two lost teenage boys, from Congo and Britain, meet in Morocco and take a road trip in a stolen RV to France, encountering poverty and refugees on the way.
Brave men and women act heroically to mitigate catastrophic damage when the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant suffers a nuclear accident on April 26, 1986.
The Kill Team
A young American soldier in Afghanistan is disturbed by his commanding officer’s behavior and is faced with a moral dilemma.
Follows one memorable night in the life of LAPD officer Ray Mandel while hunting two cop killers on the loose.