Harry Holland’s ‘Last Call’ to Debut at Tribeca Film Festival

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Harry Holland’s latest short Last Call starring Lindsay Duncan and Tom Holland is set to premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Last Call follows a desperate mother needing to reconnect with her son. Drawing on the nuance and complexity of depression and grief and our universal search for understanding and absolution.

The short was co-written by Will South and produced by Marie-Elena Dyche. Some of Holland’s previous directing credits include directing shorts like In The Middle of the Night, Roses for Lily, and Storybook Ending as well as music videos and mini-docs. According to Variety, he’s also working on his debut feature.

Holland’s Last Call is one of 76 total selections 62 shorts in competition, eight music videos, and six special screening shorts – from 91 filmmakers across 25 countries. The lineup includes 48 world premieres, three international premieres, two North American premieres, one U.S. premiere, and 22 New York premieres. Six directors return to Tribeca with their latest projects.

 The annual Tribeca Festival will celebrate its 22nd year from June 7–18, 2023 in New York City. Tickets and packages can be purchased at tribecafilm.com/festival/tickets.

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