Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival

Netflix Nabs Doc About Transgender Activist Marsha P. Johnson

David France's 'The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson' will screen on the streaming service later this year.read more

Justin Long’s Wedding Comedy ‘Literally, Right Before Aaron’ Goes to Screen Media

Cobie Smulders also stars in Ryan Eggold's directorial debut, which will hit theaters later this year.read more

Cannes: ‘Bobbi Jene,’ Award-Winning Doc, Goes to Oscilloscope Laboratories

The portrait of a dancer was named best documentary feature at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.read more

Taylor Schilling on Being Kidnapped in ‘Take Me’ and New Season of ‘OITNB’

The star of Netflix's 'Orange Is the New Black' pays to get abducted in Pat Healy's inventive feature film debut, 'Take Me.' read more

Tribeca ‘Godfather’ Reunion: Francis Ford Coppola on Whether Classic Film Would Get Made Today

The director joined stars Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, James Caan, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire and Robert De Niro, who joined the franchise in 'The Godfather: Part II,' following a...

Tribeca: Barbra Streisand Reflects on Acting Career, Directing Struggles

Why she loves to direct herself: "There's less people to argue with."read more

Tribeca: Autism Rom-Com ‘Keep the Change’ Among Jury Award Winners

Alessandro Nivola and Nadia Alexander were among the winners of the acting categories.read more

Tribeca: ‘The Circle’ Team on Bill Paxton, Real-Life Inspirations for Tech Thriller

Tom Hanks and Emma Watson star in the James Ponsoldt-directed film based on the Dave Eggers novel, which had its world premiere in New York on Wednesday.read more

How Evan Peters, Barkhad Abdi Accurately Capture Somali Culture in ‘Dabka’

"The news only gives these snapshots of famine, piracy, terrorists, but oh my god, the Somali people are so funny," says director Bryan Buckley of the adventure tale, based...

‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’: Film Review | Tribeca 2017

Director Nick Broomfield’s Showtime-backed music documentary 'Whitney: Can I Be Me' chronicles the dramatic rise and fall of record-breaking pop diva Whitney Houston.read more

Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner Talk Abortion, Babies on ‘Girls’

The co-showrunners spoke to America Ferrera about directing at a Tuesday night Tribeca Film Festival panel.read more

Puff Daddy’s ‘Can’t Stop Won’t Stop’ Documentary Coming Exclusively to Apple Music

The doc, which premiered at Tribeca, chronicles Combs' and his record label's precipitous rise in the mid-'90s as well as the challenges he faced in putting together last year's...

Billy Idol Talks Rock ‘N’ Roll in ‘Dare To Be Different’ Doc (Exclusive Clip)

The film traces how radio station WLIR helped introduce American audiences to U.K. greats.read more

How ‘Permission’ Is Preparing Rebecca Hall for Her Directorial Debut (Q&A)

The actress tells THR of producing her first feature, penning a short and acting in a movie with her husband, Morgan Spector.read more

United Airlines Ad Pulled From Tribeca Film Festival

Sources indicate that it was a joint decision to pull the ad, which was to precede all screenings. "United is a valued partner of the Tribeca Film Festival and...