It was recently announced that a Dave Chappelle documentary will close out the Tribeca Film Festival on June 19th at Radio City Music Hall.
The untitled documentary will take a look at the issues confronting a rural Ohio town in 2020 during the early days of the Coronavirus pandemic.
“Premiering our film at Tribeca and closing out the festival at Radio City Music Hall is a big honor,” said Chappelle. “Our film is about courage and resilience, something New Yorkers can relate to.”
Radio City Music Hall will be at full capacity for the screening, and guests will need to provide proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. Masks will not be required.
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