The horrific toll on cast and crew during the making of Iraqi feature "Ahlaam" is told by its helmer, Mohamed Al-Daradji, in "War, Love, God & Madness."
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An affectionate tribute to cross-cultural friendship.
A bullied misfit finds his destiny with a mysterious girl vampire in idiosyncratic romantic horror fantasy "Let The Right One In."
The headstrong daughter of conservative Turkish immigrants in Copenhagen tries to meet her uneducated parents' high expectations while remaining true to her private passion -- kung fu -- in "Fighter."
The true-life border-crossing romance between a Turkish actress and her Kurdish lover gets a semi-fictional work-up when the real thesp takes on her own role in docu helmer Huseyin Karabey's…
Shutterbug/vid artist Delphine Kreueter focuses her singular vision on a wildly dysfunctional family and the teen at its center in the disturbing, engrossing "57000 Km Between Us."
The Tribeca Film Festival is reshuffling its venues and introducing new ticketing packages.
A man walks on a high-wire across the Twin Towers -- and how he does it -- is the grab-you-by-the-lapels premise from which James Marsh's "Man on Wire" erupts onscreen as one of the most wildly…
The Duplass brothers take a detour through genre territory with "Baghead," serving up their latest biting relationship study with a "Blair Witch" twist.
The small, quotidian realities of living in a foreign-occupied, divided city are brought coolly but poignantly to life in "The Boys From Baghdad High."
Gucci and the Tribeca Film Institute are launching a documentary fund to help filmmakers finish projects deemed to have social significance and a lack of mainstream media attention.