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First Look: Rebecca Hall & Jason Sudeikis In ‘Tumbledown,’ New Photos Of Garrett Hedlund & Oscar Isaac In ‘Mojave’ & More

First Look: Rebecca Hall & Jason Sudeikis In ‘Tumbledown,’ New Photos Of Garrett Hedlund & Oscar Isaac In ‘Mojave’ & More

Yesterday the Tribeca Film Festival unveiled the rest of its feature-length 2015 line-up, and we saw some first look photos of films likeBleeding Heart” (featuring Jessica Biel and “Girls” star Zosia Mamet), “When I Live My Life Over Again” (Amber Heard and Christopher Walken), “Anesthesia” (Sam Waterston, Kristen Stewart, Glenn Close), and “Ashby” (Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff). Today we’ve got a few more, so check ’em out with these quick synopsis’ of each.

Tumbledown,” directed and written by Sean Mewshaw, co-written by Desi Van Til. Years after the accidental death of her folk-singer husband, Hannah (Rebecca Hall) has yet to fully accept her small-town life without him. Then she is approached by a charming New York writer (Jason Sudeikis), intent on penning a biography of her late husband’s life, and Hannah finds herself opening up again. Also featuring performances by Dianna Agron, Blythe Danner, Griffin Dunne, Joe Manganiello, and Richard Masur. Here’s some first look photos and a poster.

“Dirty Weekend,” directed and written by Neil LaBute. A sharp-edged comedy treat about the ripple effects of desire, whether it’s followed, or unredeemed. Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve star as colleagues with secrets who come to depend on each other for understanding as they go to find a spark of excitement in Albuquerque, after dark.

“Backtrack,” directed and written by Michael Petroni. In this spine-tingling supernatural thriller, troubled psycho-therapist Peter Bowers (Adrien Brody), is suffering from nightmares and eerie visions. When he uncovers a horrifying secret that all of his patients share, he is put on a course that takes him back to the small hometown he fled years ago. There he confronts his demons and unravels a mystery 20 years in the making. Also featuring performances by Sam Neill, Robin McLeavy and Anna Lise Phillips.

Mojave,” directed and written by William Monahan (screenwriter of “The Departed”). William Monahan’s second feature, starring Oscar Isaac and Garrett Hedlund, is a delirious trip from the fringes of the desert, to the center of the film industry. Armed with little more than a knife and two handles of vodka, an on-edge Hollywood director sets out to the Mojave Desert, where he finds a drifter brandishing a rifle and claiming to be the Devil. We’ve seen first look photos of “Mojave” before, but these three photos are new.

“The Driftless Area,” directed and written by Zachary Sluser. Pierre Hunter (Anton Yelchin), a bartender with unyielding optimism, returns to his tiny hometown after his parents’ death. When he falls for the enigmatic Stella (Zooey Deschanel), Pierre is unknowingly pulled into a cat-and-mouse game that involves a duffel bag full of cash, a haphazard yet determined criminal (John Hawkes), and a mystery that will determine all of their fates. With Alia Shawkat, Frank Langella, Aubrey Plaza, and Ciarán Hinds. Here’s new photos and a poster.

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