The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival is about to wrap up, and with that the jury awards for this years festival have been announced. Rachel Israel‘s Keep the Change was awarded Best Narrative Feature, Elvira Lind‘s Bobbi Jene won Best Documentary Feature, and Rachel Israel
Sophie Brooks’ script is snappy and fun, injecting a smart indie vibe into what would otherwise be a by-the-numbers rom-com, however with all those trappings present, it’s easy to see where all this is going to go.
One of my absolute most anticipated films premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is Resolution and Spring directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead‘s latest, The Endless. The film revolves around two friends who head back to a cult they were formerly
The Hudson Horror Show is back with another great batch of horror flicks presented in all their 35mm glory. The 15th installment of the festival will include screenings of Frankenhooker, A Nightmare on Elm Street 3, Piranha, and The Hidden, plus a
One of the most anticipated docs I had going into this year’s Tribeca Film Festival has unfortunately been pulled from the lineup by its producers. Alex Gibney‘s latest, No Stone Unturned, was removed from the festival due to ongoing legal issues surrounding
The Orchard has released the trailer for Pat Healy‘s upcoming directorial debut, Take Me, set to premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The film stars Healy as the owner of Kidnap Solutions, LLC, a company specializing in simulated kidnappings. After getting
Gunpowder & Sky released the official poster for the upcoming thriller Hounds of Love, marking the directorial debut of Ben Young. The film revolves around a young woman being abducted by a murderous couple in Perth, Australia in the 1980s.