Hank Azaria, Cobie Smulders, Steve Buscemi Among 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Jurors

The actors will be part of juries that will award $150,000 to filmmakers competing in the festival

Tribeca Film Festival jurors for the 2015 competition series include Hank Azaria, Cobie Smulders and Steve Buscemi, the festival organizers announced on Monday.

The three actors are among 34 industry leaders, including award-winning filmmakers, producers, actors, authors and entrepreneurs selected to be on juries for the festival this year.

The jury will be divided among the seven competitive categories. The winning films, filmmakers and actors in each category will be announced at the TFF Awards Night ceremony on April 23 at Spring Studios. The 2015 festival runs from April 15 –26.

The seven juries will award $150,000 in cash and prizes. Eight of the winners will also receive a work of original art by an acclaimed artist as part of the Tribeca Film Festival Artists Awards program.

In addition to the festival’s main competition juries, the five jurors for the third annual $25,000 Nora Ephron Prize, recognizing a female writer or director, were also announced.

Here is a list of all 2015 Tribeca Film Festival jurors, and their respective categories that they’ll be judging.

World Narrative

-Paul Attanasio
-Sophie Barthes
-Whoopi Goldberg
-Dylan McDermott
-Burr Steers

World Documentary
-Diego Bunuel
-Tine Fischer
-David Gelb
-Josh Rothkopf
-Gloria Steinem

Best New Narrative Director
-Mark Boal
-Minnie Driver
-Don Hertzfeldt
-Cobie Smulders
-Joana Vicente

Best New Documentary Director
-Rachel Boynton
-Lola Kirke
-Will Patton
-Alison Pill
-Michael Rapaport

Narrative Short Film
-Hank Azaria
-Mamie Gummer
-André Holland
-Arian Moayed
-Sheila Nevins
-Dan Silver

Documentary and Student Visionary
-Steve Buscemi
-Debi Mazar
-Katherine Oliver
-Theo Rossi
-Vanessa Williams

Storyscapes Award
-Andrew Golis
-Shari Frilot
-Charlie Phillips

Nora Ephron Prize

-Rachael Harris
-Kevin Corrigan
-Katja Blichfeld
-Christine Lahti

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