There was a time when a Neil LaBute film titled "Dirty Weekend" might have promised a veritable buffet of social and sexual provocations.
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For viewers still waiting for the indefinitely delayed third "Bridget Jones" film, Ben Palmer's easy, breezy romantic comedy "Man Up" offers a pleasant sense of deja vu.
Drastic extremes of poverty and privilege have long been interlocked in Johannesburg, yet while the city's reputation as a township-encircled crime capital has informed the likes of "Tsotsi" and…
Meryl Streep has funded a screenwriters lab for women writers over 40, to be run by New York Women in Film and Television and IRIS, a collective of women filmmakers. The creation of the lab, and…
Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans return as “Avengers”; the Beckhams fete British brand Burberry; Jamie Foxx shows “Brotherly Love” & more.
The filmmakers and stars of the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in photographs.
George Lucas hasn’t seen the new trailer for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” — he’s waiting until he can see the it on a bigscreen. That’s one of the takeaways from the April 17 Tribeca Talk at the…
James Franco works so prolifically these days that he's bound to repeat himself now and again: In "The Adderall Diaries," for example, he chalks up his second performance this year as an emotionally…
Much more of a downer than "Searching for Sugar Man" — but also less daffy than last year's "The Identical," of which it sometimes plays like a docu version — the film poses disquieting questions…
Documentary “The Wolfpack” has won this year's Candescent Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. The award is a grant given in partnership with the Tribeca Film Institute and Candescent Films. Created…
Bao Nguyen's Tribeca-opening "Live From New York!," despite some judiciously chosen excerpts from great comic bits, turns out to be as much a collection of sound-bites as one might expect from the…