Tribeca Festival 2021 today announce the winners of the three Audience Awards, for Best Narrative Feature, Best Documentary Feature and the first-ever Best Online Premiere.
The Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature went to Catch the Fair One, directed and written by Josef Kubota Wladyka. In this absorbing revenge thriller executive produced by Darren Aronofsky, a Native American boxer embarks on the fight of her life when she goes in search of her missing sister.
Watch the first trailer clip for Catch the Fair One,
Second Place for Best Narrative Feature went to Last Film Show, written and directed by Pan Nalin.
The Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature went to Blind Ambition, directed by Robert Coe, Warwick Ross, written by Warwick Ross, Robert Coe, Paul Murphy, Madeleine Ross. The film is the inspiring story of four Zimbabwean men who form their country’s first Wine Tasting Olympics team and the mission that drives them to compete.
Watch the official trailer for Blind Ambition
Second Place for Best Documentary Feature went to A-ha the Movie, directed and written by Thomas Robsahm
The Audience Award for Best Online Premiere went to Ferguson Rises, directed by Mobolaji Olambiwonnu, written by Mobolaji Olambiwonnu, Bradinn French, Jeff Strik-er, Kai Bowe, Daisy Mo. Before George Floyd, before Breonna Taylor, before America knew about Black Lives Matter, there was Michael Brown, Jr. Six years after the fatal shooting of an unarmed Brown by a white police officer, and the subsequent days of protest, filmmaker Mobolaji Olamb-iwonnu brings a new portrait of the community of Ferguson, including Dorian Johnson, and a narrative from within the city of hope, love and renewal.
Second Place for Best Online Premieres went to Venus as a Boy, directed and written by Ty Hodges