Tribeca Film Festival Announces 2012 Competition Lineup
The New York City festival, which runs April 18-29, also released the slate for its out-of-competition Viewpoints section.
Dutch Drama ‘Black Butterflies’ Sells to France, U.S.
The period drama, set in Apartheid-era South Africa, stars Carice van Houten and Rutger Hauer.
The Last Rites of Joe May: Tribeca Review
Dennis Farina gets the enviable opportunity to humanize the kind of character he has sometimes exaggerated comically in glossier films.
‘She Monkeys,’ ‘Bombay Beach’ Take Top Tribeca Honors
"Journals of Musan" director Park Jungbum was also among the winners announced Thursday in New York.
Magnolia Takes North American Rights to ‘Blackthorn’
Western stars Sam Shepard as Butch Cassidy, and will be released later this year.
Tribeca: Joe Roth Suggests Movie Studios Should Start Buying Theaters
The producer says studios should take action to get a bigger share of the profits from the "first window of opportunity in theaters."
Time Warner CEO Extends Olive Branch to Netflix, Theater Operators
Jeff Bewkes discusses at a Tribeca Fest forum how premium VOD may reduce piracy and how studios must work with all distribution partners, while saying he has "a fondness" for Netflix's subscription TV business model.
Tribeca: Film Panel Sees Twitter as Promotional, Distribution Platform
A panel discusses social media opportunities for Hollywood and how VOD is becoming a key part of deal-making in the indie film sector.
The Perfect Family: Tribeca Review
The actress delivers a complex, sympathetic portrayal that--unlike so many cinematic depictions of religious faith--never condescends in the comedy/drama.
Tribeca: Weinstein Company Acquires Doc ‘The Bully Project’
The Lee Hirsch-directed movie, which premiered Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival, looks at the long-term effect of bullying in America.
Blackthorn: Tribeca Review
Sam Shepard delivers a beautifully understated performance in the Tribeca Film Festival-screened western which imagines the bank robber quietly living as a rancher.
Robert De Niro Blasts Donald Trump Over Obama Remarks
"Don't go out there and say things unless you can back them up. How dare you?" says the Tribeca Film Festival co-founder.