Horror pic's creepiness factor is sufficient to rate this a notch above genre average.
Tribeca Film Festival
A blood-and-thunder melodrama bordering on horror, albeit played in a curiously low key, Philip Gelatt's "The Bleeding House" recalls recent home-invasion thrillers as well as the quasi-religious…
A name cast and the backing of India-based Reliance Big will likely push this offbeat quasi-comedy to respectable earnings, if not quite cult status.
Year-old distributor Tribeca Film has gobbled up US and Canadian rights to "Turkey Bowl," the indie comedy that bowed at South by Southwest earlier this year.
A classically minimalist Western, Mateo Gil's "Blackthorn" proposes that Butch Cassidy did not die in Bolivia in 1908, but instead spent the next 20 years there turning into Sam Shepard.
A dynamite Kathleen Turner desperately strives to be named "Catholic Woman of the Year" in tyro helmer Anne Renton's feel-good religious laffer "The Perfect Family."
This elegiac indie plays less like a whodunit than a gradual locking together of puzzle pieces, isolating the separate contexts of those affected.
The 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival logged some 115,000 attendees at movies and panels, according to fest organizers, with that tally contributing to a overall attendance of 430,000 including the…
Dutch variation on the evil-Santa subset of horror and slasher pics.
A very likable cast and some terrific sketch-style comedy should please (if not deeply satisfy the lustful yearnings of) auds lured by the film's title.
The shorthand on pic: cute kids in competition, suspect parents, mounting suspense and audience wariness about children under pressure.