Articles tagged tribeca film festival

Albert Maysles’ Final Film, ‘In Transit’, Now Screening in Select Theaters

The documentary pioneer, who passed away earlier this year, leaves behind one last film to his name, documents lives on board the Amtrak Empire Builder train.

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It’s Arnold Schwarzenegger Versus Zombies in ‘Maggie’

Blockbuster action star Arnold Schwarzenegger takes to a small indie with the zombie tale Maggie, which made quite a splash at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

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Tribeca Film Festival: Harold Lloyd’s ‘Speedy’ With Live Soundtrack by Z-Trip

Criterion's new restoration of Harold Lloyd's Speedy was screened with a live score accompaniment from turntablist Z-Trip at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

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Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Lucky Them’

Lucky Them focuses on a music journalist who can't break free of her history as the girlfriend of a deceased-Seattle rock icon but this romantic comedy falls short of its potential.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2013: ‘Lil Bub & Friendz’ & Four Shorts

Via the Festival's digital library, I caught the shorts 'Fool's Day', 'RPG OK', 'ZZZZZZZ', and 'Royal American' plus the 'Lil Bub' internet cat phenom film.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2013: ‘The Project’ + ‘Big Men’

Mercenaries stumble in creating an anti-pirate militia in Puntland, while American wildcatters confront pitfalls aplenty in Ghana and Nigeria, in two documentaries examining crises in Africa.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: A Beautiful Mind – Tribeca Talks: After the Movie

For its tenth anniversary, the Tribeca Film Festival engages in a panel discussion of 2001's Best Picture winner A Beautiful Mind.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: ‘The Swell Season’ and ‘The Loving Story’

One great documentary is about a relationship that may eventually be forgotten, and another important documentary about a relationship which set a precedent on equal rights for marriage.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: ‘Roadie’ and ‘Neds’

Michael Cuesta's shambolic going-home comedy, Roadies, and Peter Mullan's study of 1970s Glaswegian youth gangs, Neds, both feature protagonists scrabbling to find themselves.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2011: ‘Carol Channing’ and ‘A Matter of Taste’

At Tribeca, Carol Channing: Larger Than Life and A Matter of Taste document the crafting of outsized personalities.

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20 Apr 2011 // 6:20 AM

Tribeca Film Festival turns 10

NEW YORK — The Cannes Film Festival has the South of France; the Tribeca Film Festival has the south of Manhattan. Sundance has Robert Redford; Tribeca

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20 Apr 2011 // 5:21 AM

Tribeca Film Festival strikes a musical chord

NEW YORK — The Cannes Film Festival features movies by international auteurs. The Sundance Film Festival has gained a reputation for scrappy dramas and documentaries. The

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Near Misses and Gems: 2009 Tribeca Film Festival

Selecting just 85 feature films for screening, this year's Tribeca Film Festival increased the quality quotient, cutting the number of embarrassing failures that once studded the schedule like a minefield.

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21 Apr 2009 // 10:12 AM

In 2002, Robert De Niro, producer Jane Rosenthal and Rosenthal’s husband, real estate developer Craig Hatkoff, started the Tribeca Film Festival with the idea of

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Ten years in the making, documentary sings Celia Cruz’s praises

MIAMI - Ten years ago, two young documentarians from Miami nestled a letter to Celia Cruz, Queen of Salsa, into a round, disc-shaped film canister,

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The most poignant movie experience of the TriBeCa Film Festival, which opens Wednesday, may turn out to be an 89-minute documentary about a trapeze artist,

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

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"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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