The Litas, an all female motorcycle collective, profiles extraordinary Italian women going against the grain in pursuit of professions and passions that are traditionally held by men. The film showcases three exceptional boundary defying women- a policewoman, a filmmaker and a motorcycle aficionado.
Tribeca Film Festival and BVLGARI used their unique platforms and wide reach to enhance the art of storytelling in a bold and daring way. The Litas celebrates and connects the cinematic history of the brand with contemporary voices of today.
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In 2018, at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Intel broke a world record for flying the most amount of unmanned drones in unison.
This film documents the brilliant minds behind the magic who put art and technology at the forefront of innovation.
Actor and athlete Michael B. Jordan is Grounded. His roots in Newark, family relationships, dreams and determination molded the person he is today. Looking past the limelight, success and material things, he now reflects on the pillars of his identity. This personal journey is documented for the first time in this exclusive short film, “Grounded”.
On March 4, 2017 undefeated WBC welterweight champion, Danny Garcia, fought against the WBA champ, Keith Thurman, in what was one of the most anticipated fights within the welterweight division.
This short film documents Garcia's journey in the months leading up to the fight, how he’s prepared himself both physically and mentally, and sheds a light on the people who champion him.
The inspiring journey of five athletes set out to find their true identity.
Musical sensation, Kehlani, opens up about her identity and inspiration for creating music and pushing boundaries.
The Margaret Lambert Story is a short film and intimate portraiture that depicts a story of resilience and reconciliation.
In 1936 German-Jewish track & field athlete, Margaret “Gretel” Bergmann was barred from competing in the Berlin Olympics despite being considered one of the best athletes in the world. From her time as a decorated high jumper to her place in history and reconciliation with the past, this story is an intimate portrait of one woman’s personal journey and those that she affected the most.
Three years ago on a trip to Asuncion, Paraguay, Manny Santiago met the country's only pro skater, Ale Balsadua.
For nearly 20 years, Ale has tried to carve out a space for the city's skateboarders but faced endless roadblocks. As a result, Ale took it upon himself to build a DIY skate school in his back yard, with the dream of one day expanding it into a skate park.
Pro Skater, Manny Santiago made a promise to come back one day and fulfill Ale's lifelong dream: To build Asuncion's first ever skate park.