Tribeca Film Festival Portraits by Henny Garfunkel


Paper photographer and seasoned documentarian of film festivals Henny Garfunkel is making the rounds at Tribeca Film Festival, April 18th through the 29th, shooting portraits of actors and filmmakers. She'll be sending over her photos through the Festival, so check back to this gallery for updates. Click through above for shots of and up-and-comers and buzzy filmmakers from everyone to director Lucy Mulloy (Una Noche) and producer Julie Pacino (Billy Bates, and daughter of Al) to Hitchcock screen siren Tippi Hedren as well as Abby Cornish and Olivia Wilde. Journey, too! Check it out and go here for a schedule of show-times.

Director Lucy Mulloy, of Havana-set drama Una Noche, took home the Festival's award for Best Narrative Director and Una Noche actor Dariel Arracheda won Best Actor. Both are pictured in the gallery above. Arracheda's co-star Javier Nunez Florian also won the award for Best Actor, however Floria and fellow Una Noche co-star Anailin de la Rua de la Torre disappeared at the airport in Miami last week en route to the festival. They have not been seen or heard from since. Mulloy says she believes the two are hiding and do not want to return to Cuba.

Update 2
: Travis Fine's Any Day Now, starring Alan Cumming and Garret Dillahunt, took home the Heineken Audience Award for narrative film. The movie is about a gay couple who try to adopt a teenage boy with Down syndrome.

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