Don't die angry. Such is the lesson of playwright-provocateur Conor McPherson's "The Eclipse."
Tribeca Film Festival
Spike Lee has captured the essence of team sport.
Four films selected from 475 submissions won Tribeca All Access prizes.
This finely crafted film's vision of economic determinism constitutes a welcome contribution to the current bumper crop of docus en pointe.
The pic charts the many career highlights for a duo that composed indelible ditties for "Mary Poppins," others.
"Shadow Billionaire" should have healthy ancillary life after a bright beginning on the festival circuit.
"Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench" catches you off-guard and keeps you there.
"The Lost Son of Havana" is officially the first film acquired at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
Though stuffed with witty one-liners and wondrously convoluted tirades, pic often loses itself in excess verbiage.
"Whatever Works" opens a decidedly leaner and less splashy Tribeca Film Festival this year.
This year's Tribeca is opening with the kind of drama usually reserved for third acts.