Tribeca Immersive: Experience the Groundbreaking Storytelling at This Year’s Festival for Free
If you’re following the buzz out of Tribeca this year, you probably know that the 20th edition of the festival will open with “In the Heights,” screening in all five boroughs.
You might know that the closing night entry, an untitled concert film featuring Dave Chappelle, will take place at Radio City Music Hall with full capacity.
For 12 days, from June 9 to 20, 66 feature films will screen all over the city at outdoor venues, marking one of the first big media events since New York began to reopen.
But even that sizable lineup doesn’t fully encapsulate the curation on display.For years, one of Tribeca’s strongest suits has been its immersive programming, which includes VR, Ar, and interactive experiences.
As new media creators continue to create more groundbreaking work that takes advantage of cutting-edge technology, Tribeca’s programming has been at the forefront of showcasing many of the strongest examples.
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