The Tribeca Film Festival is going green.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Institute will launch two new programs in New York City and Brooklyn public schools to support multimedia and film education.
A year in the life of a woman who trailblazed for today's female comics and remains as driven, hard-working and career-focused as ever.
A faithful but partly satisfying adaptation of Jim Thompson's great 1952 pulp crime novel.
Nicole Holofcener's latest ensembler retains her ear for everyday human pettiness and insecurity.
Both evocative and faithful in its depiction of the famed French singer's lascivious life.
Paramount Pictures U.K. has picked up distribution rights for helmer Julian Kemp's "My Last Five Girlfriends," which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in May.
A nastily well-planned kidnapping for ransom hits quite a few hiccups.
Gallic auteur Jean-Pierre Jeunet ("Amelie") hits the sweet spot with "Micmacs."
"Ondine" is a film of unusual narrative currents and pungent tonal effects.
Film casts a well-nigh irresistible spell while spinning a Depression-era folk tale.