Whitney Sudler-Smith’s “Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston” will make its world premiere as part of the Tribeca Film Fesitvals’s panel events for new documentaries.“Tribeca Talks” panel series also will feature the New York preems of James Franco’s “Saturday Night” and Madeleine Sackler’s “The Lottery.” Three docus all play in subsection “Tribeca Talks: After the Movie” Franco’s chronicles the making of a “Saturday Night Live” show, while “Lottery” interlaces the stories of four families in the months leading up to a high-stakes, low odds lottery in New York. “Ultrasuede: Halston” is a biopic of the icnoic fashion designer. Tribeca Film Fest runs April 21-May 2.
‘Ultrasuede’ to bow at Tribeca
Pic set for fest's new documentaries panel