Tribeca Film, the distribution label under the same umbrella org as the Tribeca Film Festival, has made nine new acquisitions for release as part of its bumped-up year-round sked.
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A touching if overly worshipful portrait of two kooky, kinky lovebirds.
Pic gives the seminal early '90s hip-hop group as stylish and intimate a treatment as fans could hope for.
Enormously entertaining chiller embellishes the candid, caught-on-video format to thrilling effect.
The world-beating West Indies cricket team that emerged in the mid-1970s reps the subject of the unashamedly celebratory docu "Fire in Babylon."
It may only be the Doha Tribeca Film Festival's second year but this celebration of all things film is slowly beginning to make a mark in a region all of sudden awash with fests.
The kiss-kiss outweighs the bang-bang in writer-director Steven Silver's "The Bang Bang Club."
Talky but easily digestible docu about the dark political arts of redistricting.