A global online film festival will combine 21 of the world's top movie jamborees, including Cannes, Venice, Sundance, Toronto and the BFI London Film Festival.

We Are One will include the online premiere of documentary Ricky Powell: The Individualist - about the street photographer of the same name, and featuring Natasha Lyonne and LL Cool J - as well as the global premiere of Third Eye Blind's Motorcycle Drive By, and talks including Francis Ford Coppola with Steven Soderbergh.

The digital festival, which will take place on YouTube, will feature more than 100 films, including 13 world premieres, as well as talks, VR content and a DJ set from Questlove.

The film industry has been devastated by the coronavirus crisis and the Cannes film festival has been cancelled, while The Venice film festival has announced it will go ahead in September but the prospects for other festivals remains unclear.

LL Cool J

The online celebration will include the world premiere of Iron Hammer, a documentary directed by Joan Chen about Chinese Olympic volleyball star Jenny Lang Ping and the world premiere of Losing Alice, an Israeli psychological TV thriller.

It will also feature And She Could Be Next, a two-part documentary series on the experiences of women from ethnic minorities running for office, including Stacey Abrams and Rashida Tlaib.

The festival will also host talks archived from past festivals and new discussions, including Parasite star Song Kang-ho and director Bong Joon-ho, and directors Guillermo del Toro, Jane Campion and Claire Denis.

Jane Rosenthal, CEO of Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Enterprises, which has co-ordinated the event, said: "We are so excited to share the combined efforts of our festival partners and YouTube with the world this week.

"Together, we were able to curate a compelling slate of programming that succinctly reflects the subtle variations in style that make each festival so special.

"We Are One: A Global Film Festival will offer audiences an opportunity to not only celebrate the art of film, but the unique qualities that make each story we watch so memorable.

"One of the beautiful things about films and other visual content is the ability to tell stories and bring people together, no matter where they live or where they're from."

Audiences will be able to donate to Covid-19 relief efforts through a donate button or link on every film page.

The festival will run from here on YouTube from May 29 to June 7.