2019 Tribeca Film Festival to Feature D'Angelo, Jared Leto, Trixie Mattell, Shannon Hoon & Sublime Docs

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Misa Hylton in a still fromĀ The Remix - Hip Hop X Fashion

Jared Leto-directed doc "A Day in the Life of America" will make its world premiere as well.

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival will feature a wide selection of music-themed features and documentaries, covering everything from the life and music of Linda Ronstadt to a profile of a beloved New York record store, the theft of a $6 million Stradivarius violin and a chronicle of the legendary New York venue The Apollo.

According to a rundown of the films provided by the 18th annual festival -- which will take place Apr. 24-May 5 -- among the highlights of the roster are a documentary about late Blind Melon singer Shannon Hoon using footage shot by Hoon on his camcorder, All I Can Say, and a doc about R&B singer D'Angelo's return to touring after a long professional break entitled Devil's Pie: D'Angelo.

Other highlights include:

-- A Day in the Life of America: A Jared Leto-directed doc about the 92 film crews he sent out on July 4th to all 50 states to chronicle a single 24 hour period in the life of the nation.

-- The Apollo: the festival-opening debut of Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams' doc about the Harlem theater that has been the site of innumerable legendary music performances.

-- Inna De Yard: a profile of the multi-generational, pioneering reggae group of the same name.

-- Lil' Buck: Real Swan: profile of the dancer/actor best known for popularizing the Jookin street dance style and how his life changed after a video of him dancing to "The Swan" changed his life.

-- Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice: a look at the life of the legendary singer featuring interviews with Emmylou Harris, Don Henley, Jackson Browne and Dolly Parton; followed by a performance from Sheryl Crow.

-- Other Music: doc about the now-shuttered East Village music store that was a hipster destination from 1995-2016, with Vampire Weekend, The Strokes and Interpol.

-- Plucked: world premiere of the saga of the theft of violinist Frank Almond's Stradivarius violin worth more than $6 million.

-- Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts: a film that follows the folk-singing drag queen in her journey as a touring performer following her win on RuPaul's Drag Race.

-- Mystify: Michael Hutchence: another world premiere, diving into the career of the late INXS singer, featuring interviews with Kylie Minogue and Helena Christensen.

-- The Quiet One: profile of Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman with hours of unseen footage, personal photos and a look at his vast archive of memorabilia.

-- Gay Chorus Deep South: profile of San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus' unprecedented bus tour through the Deep South to celebrate music and challenge intolerance.

-- The Remix: Hip-Hop X Fashion: doc about how hip-hop cahnged the fashion world and led to the rise of streetwear, followed by a musical performance inspired by the film.

-- Sublime: documentary about the Long Beach, California, reggae-punk trio and late lead singer Brad Nowell.

-- Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation: In advance of the 50th anniversary of the iconic 1969 music festival that changed everything, interviews with attendees.

-- Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound: a peek behind the scenes at some of the most iconic sounds in film, from the helicopters in Apocalypse Now to the sound of the lightsabers in Star Wars.