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TRIBECA SNAPCHAT SHORTS

Following a screening of the 2017 Tribeca Snapchat Shorts, now an official category at the Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, Annie Hubbard's "Magic Show"was awarded the top honor.  The announcement was made today by Tribeca and Snap Inc. executives during the 16th annual Tribeca Film Festival during a celebration and screening of the work.

The Tribeca Snapchat Shorts was created in an effort to discover visionary artists in the mobile space. Hubbard's "Magic Show," about a quick-witted magician, was selected by a panel of jurors, including: Eva Longoria, Andy Cohen, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jason Biggs, and Dillon Francis.

The finalists were chosen from hundreds of submissions, all under two minutes, and include: Annie Hubbard's "Magic Show," about a quick-witted magician; Jeff Ayars' & Simone Policano "The Notebook Snapstory," a Ryan Gosling Notebook spoof; Doug Larlham and Sarah Albonesi's "Puppy Love," about a precocious dog who fears losing his owner's affection; Anna Roisman's "Owen Wilson Dates Himself," an Owen Wilson parody; and Brannen Haderle, Alex Berry and Stanley Kalu's "Live Colorfully," about a father who transports from a mundane lifestyle to a world of color to connect with his son.

As part of the Tribeca Snapchat Shorts screening on Tuesday, April 25, five additional films will premiere that have been created specifically for the 2017 program from filmmakers, including Tribeca alumni. The filmmakers are: Matt Wolf (Teenage, 2013, The Marion Stokes Project, 2015), Natalia Leite (Bare, 2015), (Merry Xmas - 2015), Parker Hill (One Good Pitch - 2016) and Dasha Battelle and Ani Acopian.

Following the screenings, the creators will participate in a conversation about storytelling on new platforms. Tickets to the screening are free, on a first-come, first-served basis, and can be reserved HERE.

SNAPCHAT SHORTS FINALISTS VIDEOS

Live Colorfully

directed by Brannen Haderle, Alex Berry, Stanley Kalu.

A young father steps out of the comfort zone of his mundane lifestyle to further connect with his son. Brannen Haderle: Born and raised in Los Angeles, USC Sophomore and an avid Snapchat enthusiast. Alex Berry: Brooklynite before it was trendy, USC Sophomore. Favorite movie: Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Stanley Kalu: Born in Nigeria and raised all over Africa. USC Sophomore. Snapchat: bhaddzzz

Magic Show

directed by Annie Hubbard

The only attendee to Peter's traditional magic show is preoccupied with her phone, and he must discover a way to get her attention. Annie Hubbard is a director and editor currently working as a production coordinator with Notable Pictures. Snapchat: anne-droid

The Notebook Snapstory

directed by Jeff Ayars & Simone Policano

A young woman spends a lazy Sunday with Ryan Gosling. Jeff Ayars is one-half of the comedy duo Cannibal Milkshake, and he produces, directs and acts in projects around NYC. Simone Policano acts and writes and was thrilled to spend a day with Ryan Gosling. He's shorter in person. Snapchat: JEFFAYARS

Puppy Love

directed by Doug Larlham, Sarah Albonesi

From within his LA apartment, a precocious dog fears he is losing the affections of his owner to her new flame. Doug and Sarah are longtime friends who only just decided to start creating stories together, and this is their first project as a team. Look forward to more to come from them. Snapchat: dougcomedy

Owen Wilson Dates Himself

directed by Anna Roisman

In this quaint romantic art film, Owen Wilson explores life with his one true love. But does that make them a perfect match? Anna Roisman is a comedian/actress/creator in Brooklyn whose work has been featured on MTV, Just For Laughs, Funny Or Die, Elite Daily, Huffington Post, People, LA Times. Snapchat: annaroserois

The 2017 Tribeca Snapchat Shorts from alumni filmmakers are:

The Future is Female

directed by Matt Wolf

When online archivist Kelly Rakowski found a 1975 photograph of a woman wearing a t-shirt that says, "The Future is Female," she shared it with her friend Rachel Berks, whose store Otherwild remade the shirt. The feminist slogan went viral and now twenty-five percent of the profits for the t-shirt goes to Planned Parenthood.
Matt Wolf's feature docs include WILD COMBINATION about the avant-garde cellist and disco producer Arthur Russell, and TEENAGE about the birth of youth culture. His most recent short BAYARD & ME, about the civil rights leader Bayard Rustin premiered at Sundance.

New Look

directed by Dasha Battelle,Ani Acopian

In a doodle-filled world, a stylist struggles to meet the needs of her difficult client. Dasha and Ani both went to Wesleyan, but not at the same time. They have both worked at Snapchat, but not together. Dasha likes to doodle and Ani likes to make films. Sometimes they do this at the same time, and together.

READY

directed by Parker Hill

A girl struggles to decide what to wear for the big night. Parker Hill is a New York based writer and director. 2017 marks her third consecutive year of having a short film at Tribeca Film Festival. Parker is currently an artist of choice with the Kevin Spacey Foundation for her upcoming short film Homing In.

Strangers

directed by Natalia Leite

A study on first impressions Natalia Leite is a Brazilian-born writer, director, and actor most-known for her debut feature BARE, starring Dianna Agron, her latest feature M.F.A., and her series BE HERE NOWISH.

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