This weekend, a colleague asked the collective movie-critic world: What’s the one Summer 2015 film you most want to see? My answer was fast. The Tribe. If film is supposed to entertain, enthrall and challenge in progressively inventive ways (oh, and it is, by the way), this Ukranian international award-winner is my pick. Just think, all those idiots who say they don’t want to “read” a foreign film can now enjoy one. Because this one has no subtitles (or voiceover, as the trailer shall explain).
Drafthouse Films, who’s distributing The Tribe in the U.S., released a new trailer. Zoom on by the critics’ accolades, and you’ll see some kinetic editing, with footage not already in the earlier trailer I included when previewing the 2015 Independent Film Festival Boston.
Below, you’ll also find the Drafthouse Films movie poster for The Tribe, dates and locations for special screenings that may include Q&A with director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy (details to come), and a link to the Drafthouse site for the film, with full screening information and more.
:: The Tribe Special Screenings
June 20 | Austin, TX | Alamo Drafthouse – South Lamar
June 22 | Minneapolis, MN | St. Anthony Main Theatre
June 22 | Washington, DC | AFI Silver and Cultural Center
June 23 | Boston, MA | Brattle Theatre
June 24 | Charlotte, NC | Carolina Cinemas Crownpoint – Back Alley Film Series
June 23 | Seattle, WA | Northwest Film Forum
July 1 | Miami, FL | Miami Beach Cinematheque
July 6 | New Orleans, LA | Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center
For more check out Drafthouse Films.