More Films to Catch at Tribeca Film Festival 2022



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Director Annette K. Olesen

Scriptwriter: Maren Louise Käehne, Annette K. Olesen 

Cinematographer: Anders Nydam 

Editor: Denniz Göl Bertelsen

Production Company: Nimbus Film

Producers: Jonas Frederiksen

Production year: 2022 

Executive producers: Birgitte Hald, Bo Ehrhardt

Starring: Trine Dyrholm (“In a Better World”, “Queen of Hearts”), Jakob Cedergren (“The Guilty”), Emil Aron Dorph, Ellen Rovsing Knudsen, Sofie Juul Blinkenberg

On a perfectly ordinary late-summer day, the lives of five unrelated people are turned upside down. A husband, a doctor, a wife, a student, and a young daughter are unsuspectingly put on a collision course with each their fateful crossroads. In the search of love, identity, and moral gauge they all risk the most precious aspect of life: Trust. But trust is vulnerable, and the consequences will be irreversible, forbidden and embarrassingly amusing.


Tuesday, June 14th at 8:15 pm at Village East Cinema 7

Thursday, June 16th at 5:30 pm at Cinepolis Chelsea 4 (260 West 23rd Street)

Friday, June 17th at 5:15 pm at Tribeca Film Center (375 Greenwich Street)


Director Viesturs Kairiss

Screenwriters Viestrurs Kairiss, co-writers Andris Feldmanis, Livia Ulman

Cinematographer Wojciech Staron, PSC

Production Designer Ieva Jurjane

Costume Designer Ruta Lecaite

HMU Artist Ilze Trumpe

Composer Juste Janulyte

Editor Armands Zacs

Starring Karlis Arnolds Avots, Alise Danovska, Baiba Broka, Aleksas Kazanavicius, Juhan Ulfsak, Sandis Runge

In 1991 Latvia, nineteen-year-old aspiring cinematographer Jazis’s world is thrown into chaos as he is dragged into the people’s peaceful protests against the Soviet Army’s attempted takeover of power in his country.

“January” is an autobiographical take on the political upheaval in the early 1990s that changed the lives of the people of the former Soviet Union. Jazis and his friends Anna and Zeps are all aspiring filmmakers, trying to pursue their dreams of making movies and enjoy the freedom of young adulthood, when the collapse of the political system in the region upends their plans, family ties and friendship. Their experience and participation in the nonviolent resistance through the construction of barricades and human shields becomes the defining moment in their coming-of-age. 

“I was 19 in January 1991, so I am very familiar with the protagonists and events of the film. At that age, I was fighting for my personal freedom while the Latvian nation was fighting for freedom from the crushing totalitarian regime of the USSR. The war in Ukraine demonstrates that this fight is not over; the end is yet not in sight. But meanwhile ‒ what happened to me, to any of us? January is the first month of the year; in this sense, it is a film about a new beginning.”


Friday, June 10th at 5:00 pm at Village East Cinema- 02 (181-189 2nd Avenue)

Sunday, June 12th at 7:45 pm Village East Cinema- 05 (181-189 2nd Avenue)

Friday, June 17th at 7:45 pm at Village East Cinema- 05 (181-189 2nd Avenue)

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