The fledgling distributor has committed to release 26 films over the next year, more than two times the number of titles released in 2010.

Tribeca Film launched last year and has such titles as The Bang Bang Club and Janie Jones (pictured) in the pipeline. Tribeca sources declined to reveal how much money films in the initial wave of releases grossed.

The label has acquired US rights to nine new films to be released theatrically and across multiple platforms. Titles include Brian Gobuloff’s teen comedy Beware The Gonzo, home invasion film The Bleeding House, Dax Shepard’s directorial debut and SXSW audience award winner Brother’s Justice and Vincent D’Onofrio’s debut as director, Don’t Go Into The Woods.

The remaining five are supernatural thriller Grave Encounters, Deborah Chow’s dark romantic drama The High Cost Of Living,Peter Mullan’s Neds, documentary Ultrasuede: In Search Of Halston, and thriller Essential Killing starring Vincent Gallo, which will open on VOD and other non-theatrical platforms.

“With the rapidly evolving landscape, Tribeca Film provides strategic opportunities and plans to customise campaigns using new platforms for distribution,” Tribeca co-founder Jane Rosenthal said. “We see real opportunities for filmmakers and audiences.”