Part of AT&T’s commitment to developing underrepresented content creators, AT&T and the Tribeca Film Festival give filmmakers a shot at $1 million to make their movie through the AT&T Presents: Untold Stories program — a multi-year, multi-tier alliance between AT&T and Tribeca, along with the year-round nonprofit Tribeca Film Institute. The program awards one million dollars, mentorship, and distribution to underrepresented filmmakers to produce their film and premiere it at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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2021: Land of Gold

Nardeep Khurmi’s Land of Gold recently wrapped production. Stay tuned for information about it’s premiere at the 2022 Tribeca Festival.

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2019: Marvelous and the Black Hole

Kate Tsang's Marvelous and the Black Hole will be available to audiences soon. Stay tuned as we follow her on her directing journey!

 

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2018: Lucky Grandma

Following its premiere at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, Sasie Sealy and Angela Cheng's Lucky Grandma could be coming to a theater near you. 

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2017: Nigerian Prince

Faraday Okoro’s Nigerian Prince was available on DIRECTV and other streaming services.

 

2021 Live Pitches

Take a look at some of the past filmmaker pitches for inspiration.

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