TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL® ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF THE TRIBECA X AWARDS
4th Annual Tribeca X Awards recognize achievements in branded storytelling
NEW YORK, NY– April 26, 2019 – The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced today the winners of the 2019 Tribeca X Awards, sponsored by PwC. Celebrating the best artist and brand collaborations of the past year, Tribeca X expanded this year to honor work in four categories: feature, short, episodic, and VR. The winners were announced at the conclusion of the inaugural Tribeca X: A Day of Conversations, sponsored by PwC. The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival runs April 24 – May 5.

The winner of the Best Feature Film was awarded to Almost Human by The Carlsberg Foundation, directed by Jeppe Ronde. The winner of the Best Short Film was awarded to The Face of Distracted Driving - Forrest by AT&T, directed by Errol Morris for BBDO New York. The winner of the Best Episodic Series was awarded to History of Memory by HP, directed by Sarah Klein and Tom Mason for Redglass Pictures and The Garage by HP. The winner of the Best VR Film was awarded to The 100% by Stand Up to Cancer, HP, and Intel, directed by Hernan Barangan for Sprinbok Entertainment.
The winning projects were selected by a jury that included Kinjil Mathur, Chief Marketing Officer of Squarespace; John Osborn, Chief Executive Officer of OMD USA; Nabil Elderkin, Film Director; Patrick Milling-Smith, Co-Founder/CEO of SMUGGLER; Kim Gehrig, Director; Jason Kreher, Creative Director, Entertainment and Editorial at Wieden+Kennedy; Roy Lotan, Co-Founder and Creative Director of Any_.

“The four winners of the Tribeca X Award presented work that was original, poignant, and inspirational,” said Paula Weinstein, EVP of Tribeca Enterprises. “We’re so pleased to see how brands are supporting the creation of meaningful storytelling.”
The Tribeca X: A Day of Conversations, sponsored by PwC, brought together industry leaders to discuss the landscape of branded storytelling and examine the achievements of brands, agencies, and creators who are adventurous and distinctive in their work. Some of the participants included keynote speaker P&G Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard; Patagonia Founder Yvon Chouinard; TBWA Worldwide Chief Diversity Officer Doug Melville; President & CEO of The Ad Council Lisa Sherman and Actress/Creator Natasha Lyonne.
The winners selected by the jury are as follows:
Feature
The winner of the Best Feature Film was awarded to Almost Human for The Carlsberg Foundation. Directed by Jeppe Ronde.
Short
The winner of the Best Short Film was awarded to The Face of Distracted Driving for AT&T. Directed by Errol Morris for BBDO New York.
Episodic
The winner of the Best Episodic Film was awarded to History of Memory for HP. Directed by Sarah Klein and Tom Mason for Redglass Pictures, The Garage by HP.
VR
The winner of the Best VR Film was awarded to The 100% by Stand Up to Cancer, HP and Intel. Directed by Hernan Barangan for Sprinbok Entertainment.

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