For the first time ever, the Tribeca Festival, presented by AT&T, announced today the launch of its
virtual hub, Tribeca At Home, an online platform to offer audiences, unable to attend the live, in-person
events taking place June 9-20 across New York City this year, a flexible option to join in the fun from the
comfort of their couch.
The new Tribeca Online Premieres section will invite festival-goers from around the country the
opportunity to share and engage in making the festival experience even more dynamic and accessible to
everyone. With a robust lineup of exciting new films, shorts, and documentaries planned, the hub will
also include an immersive showcase of 14 VR selections, various podcasts, and games programming.  The
carefully curated films listed below will be exclusively available to online audiences in the U.S. only.
Podcasts and gaming details to be announced at a later date.

Tribeca at Home virtual screenings are available for advance purchase at

We are excited to highlight is THEY’RE TRYING TO KILL US, executive produced by the Phoenix Suns’ Chris Paul and Billie Eilish.

They’re Trying to Kill Us, Written, Produced & Directed by John Lewis, Keegan Kuhn, Executive Produced by Chris Paul, Billie Eilish, Keegan Kuhn, John Lewis, Greg Anzalone, Jay Karandikar. They’re Trying To Kill Us, executive produced by NBA All-Star Chris Paul and Grammy winning artist Billie Eilish, is the follow-up feature length documentary to the award-winning film What The Health, focusing on food (in)justice told through the lens of Hip Hop. Audiences journey with co-director John Lewis as he crosses the country seeking answers to why Americans of Color suffer from disproportionately higher rates of chronic disease than their European American counterparts while examining the intersections of food, disease, race, poverty, institutional racism, and government corruption.