Tribeca has released the first 47 of its 89 feature-length titles in the World Narrative and Documentary Competitions, as well as the non-competitive Viewpoints.
The world premiere of “I won’t come back” (Ya Ne Vernus), directed by Ilmar Raag and written by Jaroslava Pulinovich and Oleg Gaze, will feature in the Viewpoints section of the festival. The film was produced by CTB Film Company.
(Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Kazakhstan, Russia) – World Premiere, Narrative. Aloof graduate student Anya is on the run from the police when she encounters precocious and willful Kristina, an orphan determined to find her grandmother in Kazakhstan. Kristina offers a momentary solution to Anya’s desperate situation, and the unlikely pair begins a harrowing and unpredictable odyssey, hitchhiking across the epic landscapes of Russia and its neighboring countries. I Won’t Come Back is a visceral look at survival and a heartfelt exploration into the depths of friendship and the meaning of family. In Russian with subtitles.
The 2104 Tribeca Film Festival will run from April 16th in New York.Read more ...
Author: Sarah Salovaara