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DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD Tribeca 2018 Announcement features 'Home,' Micah and Keylee Sudduth

"A curated selection of independent, online creators invited to showcase their latest work at public screenings as official Tribeca Film Festival selections and on TribecaFilm.com. 


Home, created by Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth (USA) – World Premiere. Pulling from the true life experiences of the filmmakers, Home mines the humor and heartbreak of growing into adulthood, leaving home, and balancing individual creative careers as a married couple in the millennial age.


Tribeca N.O.W. Creators Market

Industry and independents will come together at the Tribeca Creators Market, an invite-only event where creators discuss their work with distributors, brands, and MCNs." 

Read the full Deadline announcement.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY's Tribeca 2018 TV Coverage Features 'Home'

"Movie buffs aren’t the only ones in for a treat at the Tribeca Film Festival, as the organization behind the annual event announced Wednesday a wealth of television projects joining the 2018 lineup.


A curated selection of independent, online creators invited to showcase their latest work at public screenings as official Tribeca Film Festival selections and on TribecaFilm.com. This showcase program represents the most exciting new voices and stories in the episodic space. 


Home, created by Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth (USA) – World Premiere."


Read the full Entertainment Weekly announcement.

INDIEWIRE Announces 'Home' in the Tribeca 2018 New Online Works Lineup

"Below is just a portion of the notable selections from this year’s festival. In addition to the main TV lineup, Tribeca is also highlighting fresh digital content with Tribeca N.O.W. (New Online Work).


Home, created by Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth (USA) – World Premiere

Pulling from the true life experiences of the filmmakers, Home mines the humor and heartbreak of growing into adulthood, leaving home, and balancing individual creative careers as a married couple in the millennial age."


Read IndieWire's full coverage of Tribeca 2018.

SCENESTER.TV Announces 'Home' as Tribeca 2018 New Online Works Selection

"The Tribeca Film Festival continues to serve as an artist's launching pad across platforms. Highlights from the past five years of the N.O.W. program include High Maintenance from Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfield, which was picked up by HBO, and The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo from Brian Jordan Alvarez, which went on to receive a Breakthrough Series - Short Form Nomination at the Gotham Awards.


Tribeca N.O.W. Episodic Showcase:

Home, created by Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth (USA) – World Premiere

Pulling from the true life experiences of the filmmakers, Home mines the humor and heartbreak of growing into adulthood, leaving home, and balancing individual creative careers as a married couple in the millennial age."


Read the full SCENESTER.TV article covering Tribeca N.O.W. 2018.

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL announces 'Home' by Micah & Keylee Sudduth as official 2018 N.O.W. Selection

The Tribeca Film Festival continues to serve as an artist’s launching pad across platforms, and Micah is honored to have his series selected for this year's New Online Works Program.


"We started Tribeca N.O.W. five years ago to recognize a truly unique brand of storytellers emerging from the online space," said Liza Domnitz, Senior Programmer, Tribeca Film Festival. "Here were creators who found the Wild West landscape of the web the perfect playground for their hysterical, provocative and moving visions. Tribeca is proud to be a leader in recognizing these diverse filmmakers who, this year, have created vastly different work."


Read the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Press Release  featuring Home.


PALESTINE HERALD Features Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth, 2018 Tribeca Announcement

"The search for Home...


Micah Sudduth, of Palestine, and his wife, Keylee, from Waxahachie, met in 2011 when they were cast in the play, Little Dog Laughed, at the Austin City Theater. Both had attended Texas State, with Micah graduating in 2007. They never crossed paths, however, until the casting call. The pair immediately found mutual chemistry, drawn to each other as artists and friends.


After Keylee graduated from TSU, the couple moved to Los Angeles in 2012.


Over time, the couple realized the trick to making a name for yourself is to make your own opportunities, especially in the age of the internet and social media. They began developing their own show."


Read the full Palestine Herald article featuring Micah Sudduth and Home.