Burns is a familiar face at the festival and has previously brought Ash Wednesday, Looking For Kitty, Purple Violets and Nice Guy Johnny.
His tenth film as writer-director will screen on Apr 30 and is described as a chronicle of modern marriage and its amusing and frustrating consequences.
Burns stars alongside Caitlin Fitzgerald, Max Baker, Marsha Dietlein Bennett and Kerry Bishé and he also produced the film with business partner Aaron Lubin and William Rexer. Mike Harrop served as executive producer.
“Tribeca is my home in every sense — it’s where I live, and it’s also the place where I have been so proud to show my work,” Burns said. “And from the beginning, the festival has been a wonderful place for me to showcase my films and enjoy the kinds of conversations that I love as a filmmaker and a New Yorker.”
The 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival is scheduled to run from Apr 20-May 1.