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TriBeCa Film Festival

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  • Tribeca Film Review: 'Ballet 422'

    Director Jody Lee Lipes delivers an exhilarating third feature with "Ballet 422," tracing the two-month creation of a new work by New York City Ballet dancer/choreographer Justin Peck. Sampling various stages of the process from initial conception through...
  • Joss Whedon Launches Digital Distribution of 'In Your Eyes' After Film's Tribeca Screening

    Joss Whedon surprised attendees at the Tribeca Film Festival's world premiere of new film "In Your Eyes" when he appeared in a video announcement following the April 20 screening to announce that Whedon and Kai Cole's Bellwether Pictures had just released...
  • Barney Frank on His Tribeca Doc 'Compared to What' (Exclusive New Trailer)

    When husband-and-wife directing team Sheila Canavan and Michael Chandler approached Barney Frank about making a documentary, their pitch sounded lighthearted. In late 2011, Frank was preparing to retire from his Massachusetts seat in the U.S. House of...
  • Tribeca 2014: 'Zombeavers,' 'Sharknado's' newest friend

    Tribeca 2014: 'Zombeavers,'  'Sharknado's' newest friend
    NEW YORK -- With “Sharknado” blossoming into a franchise and “Piranha 3D” now practically a long-canonized classic, it was only a matter of time before other "Thing"-like homages entered the room. And so it's come to this,...
  • MSG Buys 50 Percent Stake in Tribeca Enterprises

    Tribeca Enterprises will sell a 50% stake to another New York City showbiz giant, the Madison Square Garden Company. The deal, which values Tribeca at $45 million, comes on the heels of MSG Productions' announcement Friday that Radio City's new Rockettes...
  • The No. 1: 'Divergent' separates from the pack; our full coverage

    The new dystopian thriller "Divergent" defied the recent trend of young-adult book adaptations faltering on the big screen, topping the weekend box office with an estimated $56-million opening. While that falls short of the first "Twilight" ($69.6...
  • 'Avengers 2′ First Look: Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver (Photos)

    Some of the first photos of "Avengers: Age of Ultron," director Joss Whedon's follow up to his 2012 box office juggernaut "Avengers," have been released. While they don't tell much, they do suggest that it's not going to be an easy romp for our motley...
  • 'Mistaken for Strangers': Matt, Tom Berninger on the not-National doc

    Dressed in his usual dark shirt, suit jacket and matching denim pants, singer Matt Berninger of Brooklyn, N.Y.'s the National is peevishly hammering a beach umbrella into the ground with his dress shoe. As he settles into a camp chair in a sun-...
  • Tribeca: Art Forgery Documentary Gets Distribution

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired North American rights to art forgery documentary "Art and Craft," which world premieres next month at the Tribeca Film Festival. Oscilloscope plans a theatrical release for the late summer and early fall for the...
  • 'Game of Thrones' Actress' SXSW Thriller Finds Distributor

    In a pre-Cannes deal, Magnet Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to "Honeymoon," starring "Game of Thrones" actress Rose Leslie. The movie, the directorial debut of Leigh Janiak, had its world premiere at South by Southwest earlier this month....
  • Brad Pitt Supports Rachel Boynton Documentary 'Big Men'

    While Sony unveiled the first footage from Brad Pitt's WWII drama "Fury" at CinemaCon on Wednesday, the actor promoted a much smaller film in Los Angeles, his exec-produced documentary "Big Men." Pitt and writer-director-producer Rachel Boynton...