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TriBeCa Film Festival

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  • Review: 'Time Is Illmatic' ★★★ 1/2

    Review: 'Time Is Illmatic' ★★★ 1/2
    It's unlikely that hip-hop documentary "Time Is Illmatic" will have many showings as thrilling as its opening-night slot at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, where it preceded an impassioned live performance by its subject, the artist born Nasir bin...
  • IFC Buys Paul Schneider's 'Goodbye to All That'

    IFC Films has acquired North American rights to comedy-drama "Goodbye to All That" five months after its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film is directed by Angus MacLachlan from his own screenplay and stars Paul Schneider, who won the best...
  • Fate has a starring role in 'Keep On Keepin' On'

    Fate has a starring role in 'Keep On Keepin' On'
    Clark Terry, the Grammy Award-winning trumpeter whose career spans 70 years, played in Count Basie's and Duke Ellington's bands, performed with Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Dizzy Gillespie and Dinah Washington, and mentored Miles Davis and Quincy...
  • Scott Foley's Directorial Debut Acquired by Tribeca Film, Well Go USA

    Tribeca Film and Well Go USA have teamed to acquire North American rights to"Let's Kill Ward's Wife," the directorial debut of Scott Foley. Actor Foley ("Scandal"), who wrote and directed the black comedy, lined up a cast of familiar faces for the...
  • Italy Picks Paolo Virzi's 'Human Capital' As Its Foreign Oscar Contender

    Paolo Virzi's stylish economic crisis murder mystery "Human Capital" is Italy's candidate for the foreign-language Academy Award race. "Capital" transposes U.S. novelist Stephen Amidon's eponymous novel about capitalist greed from Connecticut to Italy'...
  • Film Society of Lincoln Center Partners With Hollywood to Stay Competitive

    Since Lincoln Center's 2006-12 expansion, change has been coming fast and furious to the once proudly stodgy Film Society of Lincoln Center. In this first year under exec director Lesli Klainberg, deputy director Eugene Hernandez and year-round director...
  • Lake Bell dresses up her pregnant belly in bright red at Met Gala

    Lake Bell dresses up her pregnant belly in bright red at Met Gala
    A pregnant Lake Bell was clearly quite done with hiding her new baby bump as she got busy cutting a dramatic new silhouette at the Met Gala on Monday night in New York City. Bell gently cradled her growing belly for photographers as she stopped on the...
  • 'The Other Woman': Progress or predicament for female-driven film?

    [On Monday mornings, Movies Now will be looking at some aspect of the No. 1 movie over the weekend. This week: What "The Other Woman" says about female-driven movies.] Over the weekend, a trio of women finally dethroned a muscular superhero from his...
  • Industry Attendance On the Rise at 2014 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival logged 923 industry delegates to this year's fest, up from 832 the prior year. Overall some 120,000 moviegoers turned out for the 13th annual TFF across 400 screenings and panel events, according to fest organizers. About...
  • Miley Cyrus recuperated during her hospital stay by shopping

    Miley Cyrus recuperated during her hospital stay by shopping
    Miley Cyrus was stir-crazy during her recent days-long hospitalization after an allergic reaction to a prescription flu medication. So what to do? She shopped online from her hospital bed. And by her own admission, she made some questionable choices....
  • Tribeca Film Fest Has Lost Its Footing But Found Its Calling

    Compared to other sprocket operas of its size and stature, the Tribeca Film Festival is still an astonishingly young to-do. Founded in 2002, the event has only just entered its teens, and like any entity that age, its identity remains in flux. I say...