Recognizable thesps and creatives are on the roster of the 2013 Tribeca Festival's 33-film Spotlight section, with the 23 world preems on tap including Melissa Leo in "Bottled Up," Paul Rudd and Paul…
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The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival has rounded up a roster of competition features and documentaries that includes the world premieres of Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon drama "Sunlight Jr." and a doc about…
The world preem of "Mistaken for Strangers," a new doc about the relationship of two brothers on a road tour for the band The National, will open the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in April. The film…
Tribeca Film has acquired North American rights from Protagonist Pictures for Irish director Lenny Abrahamson's drama "What Richard Did."
Cinedigm Entertainment Group and Tribeca Film have jointly acquired U.S. distribution rights to Craig Zisk's feature debut "The English Teacher," starring Julianne Moore.
The Tribeca Film Festival has tapped the dozen visual artists, including William Wegman, Jose Parla and Clifford Ross, whose original works will be the trophies handed out to winners of the fest's…
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.
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.
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