At this year's Tribeca Film Festival, social networking sites are front-and-center, seen by both festival organizers and independent filmmakers as crucial to getting noticed in a crowded field.
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Docu "Jiro Dreams of Sushi" kicks off this year's Tribeca Film Festival acquisitions, with Magnolia Pictures gobbling up North American rights to helmer David Gelb's look at a master sushi chef.
"Change or die." That may be the expression that best reflects the Tribeca network of institutions and the shifting landscape that encompasses it.
In search of hot films at Tribeca, acquisitions folks have scoured the lineup, scored screeners and schmoozed filmmakers. But there is a concern among some executives that Tribeca's new distribution…
A look at the fest that began as a lower Manhattan relief effort to an annual institution
While not officially a market, Tribeca has become a magnet for buyers hungry for readymade products
The Tribeca Film Institute is carving itself a solid reputation amongst the crowded arena of film fest lab programs, and this year the non-profit arm of Tribeca will see some of its efforts bear…
This year's Tribeca Film Festival is the 10th, but calling it an "anniversary" might seem insensitive given the tragedy that inspired downtown New York's film community to band together in the first…
Sushi, sports, Shakespeare, social injustice, an Islamic "Spellbound," an Israeli slasher film and a whole lotta shakin' (as in music films) are goin' on at Tribeca, which celebrates its 10th…
The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off its 2011 edition tonight with Cameron Crowe's docu about the collaboration between musicians Elton John and Leon Russell, "The Union." Rather than an exclusive…