LoveTrue, Burden & Show of Shows Tribeca Premieres

LoveTrue and Burden had their world premieres this week at the Tribeca Film Festival. Both films were met with critical acclaim and sold-out audiences. The Show of Shows also had its North American premiere as part of the festival .


For the premiere of LoveTrue, director Alma Ha'rel and Executive Producer Shia LaBeouf were in attendance. They sat down for a post-screening Q&A along with Flying Lotus who composed the film's score and two cast-members, Blake Gurtler and Will Hunt. LoveTrue will go on to play at HotDocs in May.

"Spellbinding"  - IndieWire 

"Exhilarating... LoveTrue has the tingle of true love" - Variety

"This powerful, idiosyncratic film leaves us pondering some of the complexities that many romantic storytellers blithely ignore" - The Hollywood Reporter



Burden, about the unforgettable and provocative performance artist Chris Burden, was met with similar praise.

"A must-see" - The Hollywood Reporter 

"Timothy Marrinan and Richard Dewey's loving doc encapsulates Burden's prolific, provocative career and shows why he was one of modern art's most original, daring voices" - Rolling Stone

'Has all the humor and panache you could hope for' - Time Out

'A great artist doc' - Filmmaker Magazine

The Show of Shows

The Show of Shows had a packed screening at MOMA PS1 with BBC's Nick Fraser, director Benedikt Erlingsson, Tribeca director Frederic Boyer and Sheffield Doc/Fest director Mark Atkin all in attendance. 


'A cinematic delight' - Variety

'It's beautiful' - The Guardian

'Dazzling' ★★★★ - Time Out

★★★★ - Independent