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Tribeca 2013

Cannes: Zeitgeist Films Takes U.S. Rights on Israeli Comedy ‘Zero Motivation’

The dark comedy from first-timer Talya Lavie looks at the everyday life for a unit of young, female soldiers.

Oscars: Belgium Nominates ‘The Broken Circle Breakdown’ for Foreign Language Category

Felix van Groeningen's relationship drama with a bluegrass twist has been a sleeper success across Europe.

Q&A: Filmmaker Christina Voros Captures Street Style Jungle in New Documentary (Exclusive)

Christina Voros' "Chasing Tommy Ton" follows the noted Jak & Jil blogger/photographer in one of two short films premiering at DailyCandy and Tribeca Enterprises' Fashion in Film Festival on Thursday.

DailyCandy Partners With Tribeca Enterprises for ‘Fashion in Film’ Series

The women's lifestyle website expands its scope with a two-day, multiplatform film fest showcasing style shorts by Tribeca-sourced directors.

Kiss the Water: Tribeca Review

Eric Steel, director of "The Bridge," lends his idiosyncratic doc voice to the story of a fly-fishing legend.

Whitewash: Tribeca Review

Advertising vet Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais won Best New Narrative Director for his feature debut.

Herblock: The Black & The White: Tribeca Review

Director Michael Stevens (son of George Stevens, Jr.) celebrates the late editorial cartoonist.

Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story: Tribeca Review

Richard Schickel offers a new installment in his decades-long look at Clint Eastwood.

Hide Your Smiling Faces: Tribeca Review

Daniel Patrick Carbone's remarkable debut looks at two brothers attempting to digest a friend's death.

Tribeca Film Festival Boasts 450,000 Attendees

The 12th edition of the New York City event saw 117,000 people view 149 feature and short films.

Vampire Weekend, Steve Buscemi Team Up for Hometown Show: Concert Review

The "Boardwalk Empire" star directs a live webcast from New York's Roseland Ballroom to close out the Tribeca Film Festival.

The National’s Matt Berninger and Brother Tom Hash Out Their Past Dramas

The indie rock star and his brother, a newly-minted filmmaker, discuss their differences growing up and discover a few remaining sore spots.