Beijing body-popped and break-danced as Gotham's Tribeca Film Festival made its Chinese debut in the capital's decidedly boho 798 art district July 10.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Tribeca Film Festival breakdanced its way to a wider international aud Tuesday when it bowed its first event in the Chinese capital Beijing's hip 798 art district.
Tribeca Enterprises, parent org of the Gotham film festival, is teaming with the William Morris Agency to present a two-day program of indie film in Beijing.
The Tribeca Film Festival is growing. Gotham-based event has announced two promotions and two hires, marking its transition from annual event to year-round business.
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