This past weekend, Tribeca Film Festival 2015 brought together past and present grantees of the Tribeca All Access (TAA) Fund, members of the Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) and industry professionals for the Tribeca All Access cocktail reception.
Celebrating over ten years, TAA supports working filmmakers and producers who come from communities statistically underrepresented in the film industry. As an engine for diversity, TAA is a champion of the inclusion of authentic female and ethnic voices in film, whose work moves the conversation forward while speaking powerfully to both mainstream and underserved audiences and the larger global film landscape.
Some of the filmmakers who attended included Chanelle Aponte Pearson and Terence Nance (So Young, So Pretty, So White), and Pacho Velez (The Reagan Years).
A full list of the 2015 grantees though are listed below.
TAA Doc Filmmakers
- Ask The Sexperts; Vaishali Sinha, Mridu Chandra
- The Reagan Years; Sierra Pettengill, Pacho Velez, Daniel Garber
- So Young, So Pretty, So White; Chanelle Pearson, Terence Nance, Michelle Seriuex
- Golden Years; Babak Khoshnoud, David Fine, Julia Nottingham
- Last Call; Lana Wilson, Christopher McNabb, Eri Yokoyama
TAA Scripted Filmmakers
- Black Sunshine; Akosua Adoma Owusu, Yaba Blay, Bee Walker
- Be Safe, I Love you; Haifaa Al Mansour
- Five Nights in Maine; Maris Curran, Carly Hugo
- White Sun; Deepak Rauniyar, Joslyn Barnes, David Barker
- You & Me Both; Jennifer Suhr, Carolyn Mao, Michael Curtes
TAA Interactive Filmmakers
- Roll Red Roll; Nancy Schwartzman, Tin Gerber, Jessica Devaney
- Shiprock Experience Ramona Emerson, Patricia Antelles, Melinda Hess
- South Meets North; Redelia Shaw, Violeta Ayala, Dan Fallshaw
- Traveling While Black; Roger Ross Williams, Mike Thibodeau, Ayesha Nadarajah, Lina Srivastava
- Declare Home; Judith Helfand, Daniel Latorre, Fenell Doremus