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Exclusive: Clip From Cannes Winner ‘The Tribe’ Follows You In The Dark

Exclusive: Clip From Cannes Winner 'The Tribe' Follows You In The Dark

While the summer has no shortage of event movies, that usually code phrase for explosions or special effects. But “The Tribe” brings something truly unique to the table. One of the sensations of last year’s Cannes Critics’ Week (where it nabbed a Grand Prize) the film is told in sign language but with no translation, no voice over, and no subtitles.

READ MORE: Cannes Review: Bizzare, Unsettling, Brilliant Critics’ Week Winner ‘The Tribe’

Directed by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy, the film is set in a Ukrainian school for the deaf, and follows new student Sergey (Grigoriy Fesenko), who gets protection from a rough gang that soon becomes his new social clique. And as he follows them into bad behaviour, things get complicated when he falls for a classmate, who is also one of the escorts for the gang.

Drafthouse Films is bringing the movie to cinemas, but they are going beyond just making sure the film lands in arthouses. They are making “The Tribe” a roadshow event, taking the movie around the country with see-it-before-it’s-gone screenings. In addition, there will be sneak previews in NY, LA, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Seattle and Washington DC in June with director Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy and star Yana Novikova in attendance for Q&As following select screenings.

Check out the rollout dates and clip below.

June 17 – June 30 New York City – Film Forum
June 25 – July 2 Los Angeles – The Cinefamily
June 28 Pleasantville, NY – Jacob Burns Center
July 10 – July 16 Chicago – Music Box Theatre
July 10 – July 16 Phoenix – Harkins Camelview 5
July 10 – July 16 Seattle – Northwest Film Forum
July 10 – July 16 Washington, DC – AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center
July 17 – July 23 Austin – Alamo Drafthouse – South Lamar
July 17 – July 23 Minneapolis – St. Anthony Main Theatre
July 17 – July 23 Salt Lake City – The Tower Theater
July 24 – July 28 Boston – Brattle Theatre
July 24 – July 30 Miami – Miami Beach Cinematheque
July 31 – August 6 Columbus – Gateway Film Center
July 31 – August 6 New Orleans – Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center
July 31 – August 6 San Diego – Digital Gym Cinema
August 5 Charlotte – Carolina Cinemas Crownpoint – Back Alley Film Series
August 13 Baton Rouge – Manship Theatre
August 14 – August 20 Albuquerque – The Guild Cinema
August 14 – August 20 Denver – Sie Film Center
August 14 – August 20 Ft. Wayne, IN – Cinema Center
August 18 Duluth, MN – Zinema 2
August 19 Portland, OR – Hollywood Theatre
August 20 Santa Fe – Jean Cocteau Cinema
October 2 – October 7 Putnam, NH – Putnam Screening Room

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