Handsome, fact-based historical drama "Xingu" from helmer Cao Hamburger ("The Year My Parents Went on Vacation") is a stirring, broad-strokes account of the founding of Brazil's Xingu National Park.
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An account of a girl soldier struggling to survive in a conflict-torn central African state, "War Witch" offers the sort of harrowing experience one would expect given its abominable subject matter.
A languid, dreamlike study of an abandoned naif taking a few tentative steps outside the wild-animal park that has been her lifelong home and refuge.
Likely to prove utterly irresistible to geeks of all descriptions, "Side by Side" examines the impact of digital technology on film.
Tribeca Film has picked up North American rights to Keanu Reeves-produced docu "Side By Side" in Berlin.
With tongues planted firmly in cheek, Ian Olds and James Franco poke fun at experimental film, soaps and Franco's wild-card rep.
Stunning lensing and a deep respect for the stories of coastal Kenyans leave auds pleasantly ruminating on a world touched by magic long after the final credits roll.
Cindy Sherman, Kara Walker and incognito street artist JR are among the artists whose works will be given as trophies to the filmmakers of winning pics in the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival's jury…
"2 Days in New York" is a scattershot culture-clash comedy that goes down like yesterday's foie gras.
Ira Sachs mines his own memories to sensitive if somewhat muted effect in this gay relationship drama.
A winning musical detective story about a failed, forgotten early '70s rocker who became a huge success halfway across the world while presumed dead for decades.