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Tribeca to Feature World Premieres of ‘League of Their Own’ TV Show, Derek Jeter Docuseries

The New York event will also host a 'Better Call Saul' panel and screening of a final season episode and world premieres of Hulu's Victoria's Secret exposé and FX's 'The Bear.'

Tribeca Festival Reveals Film Lineup Including Movies Starring Jon Hamm, Letitia Wright and Bryan Cranston

The New York event will also feature documentaries about 'Reading Rainbow,' John McEnroe and Al Sharpton, with the latter set as the closing-night film.

Tribeca Festival Sets Jennifer Lopez Netflix Doc ‘Halftime’ as Opening Night Film

The June 8 premiere of the project focusing on the evolution of the Bronx-born artist will take place at the United Palace in Washington Heights.

Alternative TV Agent Seth Lawrence Joins APA (Exclusive)

Coming over from ICM, his clients include the executive producers of HBO’s 'TRANShood' and NBC’s 'Hollywood Game Night.'

Tokyo: Panel Ponders Post-Pandemic Festival Landscape

Online screenings, collaboration with streaming platforms, gender equality and the carbon footprint of film festivals were among the topics discussed at the event.

Geeta Malik’s ‘India Sweets and Spices’ Comedy Lands at Bleecker Street

The Indian American-centered coming-of-age tale stars Sophia Ali, Manisha Koirala and Adil Hussain and debuted at Tribeca.

‘The Novice’: Film Review

Lauren Hadaway's Tribeca Film Festival winner follows a college student (played by Isabelle Fuhrman) driven by her obsessive fixation on rowing.

‘Being BeBe’: Film Review

BeBe Zahara Benet, the first-ever winner of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race,' gets an adoring close-up in Emily Branham's portrait, which examines what comes next after triumphing on a reality TV platform.

Frances McDormand Says ‘Fargo’ at One Point Included a “Right to Life Protest” Storyline

Joel Coen and Steve Buscemi joined the actress in reminiscing about the acclaimed film for its 25th anniversary.

‘Reservation Dogs’ Team Celebrates “Radical” Indigenous Comedy: “All You Can Do Is Tell the Truth”

Showrunner Sterlin Harjo and the stars of FX on Hulu's upcoming series about four Native American teenagers in rural Oklahoma talked in a Tribeca Festival panel about the sense of community and gratitude they experienced while making the show.

Tribeca Festival Reopens Radio City Music Hall With Dave Chappelle, Star-Studded Surprise Rap Concert

The screening of an untitled documentary about the comedian's star-studded Ohio comedy shows during the pandemic, from 'American Factory' directors Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar, ended with audience members in the packed theater dancing to Q-Tip, Fat Joe, De La Soul and more.

M. Night Shyamalan Teases ‘Old’ at Tribeca: “No One Has Ever Seen Anything Like It”

During a panel at the 2021 Tribeca Festival, the director, who shared that the film set for release next month isn't quite done yet, also detailed the Universal movie's challenging production process amid the pandemic.