Tribeca Film has acquired U.S. rights to Matthew Cooke's documentary "How to Make Money Selling Drugs," which world preemed Friday night at the Toronto Film Festival.
Tribeca Film Festival
As companies spend considerable coin targeting the independent film community at festivals, others are finding another gathering of tastemakers just as attractive to boost business: foodies.
Tribeca Film has acquired Edward Burns' "The Fitzgerald Family Christmas" for a late November release across multiple platforms.
FilmBuff will release "The Russian Winter," a documentary about singer-songwriter John Forte's concert tour, on Oct. 23.
The Tribeca Film Festival has set the dates for its 2013 edition, now skedded to run April 17-28 in Gotham.
French helmer Kim Chapiron, whose English-language debut "Dog Pound" earned him Tribeca's new narrative filmmaker prize, is prepping his sophomore feature, "La Creme de la Creme," a French-lingo…
Downtrodden and ragtag, yet resilient and animated in more ways than one, the protags of "Consuming Spirits" lead a hard-knock life in an Appalachian town rife with secrets.
Amusingly casting a somnambulant, flesh-eating weirdo as a struggling artist's much-needed muse, Canadian-Danish genre mashup "Eddie" contemporarily tackles the rarely overlapping areas of…
Turning slowly from gritty to pretty, Riker's drama boasts impressive perfs from Aussie thesp Abbie Cornish and talented non-pro Maritza Santiago Hernandez in the title role.
The pro-Detroit docu "Burn" never once mentions the auto industry, but nonetheless vividly illustrates the city's running-on-empty status.
"Off Label" is a pretentiously poetic docu-mosaic whose choices appear to have been made for pseudo-artistic rather than principled reasons.