One of my most anticipated films at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is Jeremy Gardner and Christian Stella‘s, Something Else, a slow-burn monster movie produced by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead (Spring, The Endless). EW debuted a new clip from the film, which
A new trailer for the upcoming documentary Halston has been released ahead of its screening at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival beginning next week. The film is directed by Frédéric Tcheng (Dior & I) and takes a look at the famous
Ahead of its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, a teaser trailer has been released for Joe Begos’ (Almost Human, The Mind’s Eye) Bliss, which involves an artist who, after several nights of debauchery, develops a hunger for human blood.
Hari Sama‘s This is Not Berlin will be screening at Tribeca this month, as part of the festival’s Critics’ Week lineup. The film is a coming of age story taking place in Mexico on the eve of the World Cup in 1986,
A new trailer has been released for the documentary Our Time Machine, premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Directed by Yang Sun and S. Leo Chiang, the film follows Chinese artist Maleonn, whose new theater project is a
The Guardian has posted the first trailer has been released for the documentary Seahorse, in which a trans man begins the journey to become pregnant and have a child. The film is directed by Jeanie Finlay and will be premiering at
The Tribeca Film Festival is kicking off soon, and today the world premiere of Danny Boyle‘s Yesterday was announced as the Closing Night film. Additionally, the Galas, and Anniversary screenings were also announced.
The Tribeca Film Festival is gearing up to kick off in NYC from April 24 – May 5 and today they announced the 18th edition will kick off with Roger Ross Williams‘ documentary The Apollo, which looks at the famed Apollo theater.
Song of Back and Neck would make for a perfect Netflix Original. It’s an inoffensive, slightly heartwarming comedy with a few recognizable names and a universally relatable plot about the stresses in our lives. Unfortunately, it’s also a fairly bland and forgettable affair, also perfect for Netflix viewing.
The Dark is a disturbing, yet oddly touching, feature debut from Justin P. Lange, and while it comes dangerously close to becoming dull at a few spots, it never completely loses its connection with the audience and deftly delivers a tragic, hopeful story about the resilience of human beings and the healing power of the positive connections we have to one another.
The Tribeca Film Institute will be receiving a $65,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in order to create a film arts distribution program that will be made available to incarcerated individuals and public school students through curated screenings. This
This film gets a strong recommend from me because, despite its rather predictable trajectory, there are enough new elements to keep the content fresh; the martyr theme is well earned; and its message of self-sacrifice is a lovely one.