The jury prizes for the Tribeca Film Festival's eighth edition had an international flavor.
Tribeca Film Festival
A late-blooming obsession with chess leads a middle-aged hotel maid to reinvent herself.
The somewhat shapeless documentary occasionally founders in nostalgia.
A less-than-frothy domestic showdown owes as much to Edward Albee as to Nora Ephron.
Nothing could be less sensationalistic than this study of free enterprise in free fall.
A movie that was probably a lot more fun to make than it is to watch.
May have auds imagining the movie playing on and on, beneath the floorboards.
Don't die angry. Such is the lesson of playwright-provocateur Conor McPherson's "The Eclipse."
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.