Tribeca Film Festival will recognise video games as “official selections” from next year

Tribeca Film Festival is expanding its call for submissions to video games for the very first time.

Though a handful of games have been recognised over the years – since LA Noire was recognised as an Official Selection in 2011, other games like Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Firewatch, What Remains of Edith Finch, and God of War have followed – next year’s festivals marks the first in the event’s history to open submissions for video games as well as an all-new honour, the Tribeca Games Award.

Shaping the inaugural award is a newly-established advisory board which boasts a number of the industry’s “top creators”, including co-founder of Electronic Arts Bing Gordon, The Game Awards producer Geoff Keighley, KJP’s Hideo Kojima, Remedy creative director Sam Lake, and Head of Halo Transmedia & Entertainment, Kiki Wolfkill.

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