Filmmaker Liz Garbus during the shoot of her documentary "The Fourth Estate," which will close the Tribeca Film Festival.
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Of the 96 films premiering at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, 46 percent are directed by women – a record for Tribeca – including the closing night selection, Liz Garbus' New York Times documentary "The Fourth Estate".Tribeca previously announced that the Gilda Radner documentary "Love, Gilda" will be its opening night film.Fiction film entries include "Duck Butter," the latest from "Beatriz at Dinner" filmmaker Miguel Arteta; Michael Mayer's Chekov adaptation "The Seagull," starring Annette Bening and Saoirse Ronan; the Stockholm Syndrome drama "Stockholm," with Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace; "Jonathan," a sci-fi drama starring Ansel Elgort; and the directorial debut of Paul Lieberstein, best known as Toby from "The Office".
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