New York City serves as home base for documentary directors of every stripe, from the established (Barbara Kopple, Albert Maysles) to the emerging (Judith Helfand, Dan Klores). But at DocuClub, where…
Variety takes a look at upcoming New York area film shoots.
Simon Hammerstein is wary of interviews; he doesn't want his new nightspot to get the wrong label, or put in the wrong box, as it were.
About 20 films scored some kind of distribution deal out of the festival last year.
Gotham real estate has seen entertainment bizzers come and go over the years. But recently, the activity -- mostly an influx -- seems to be on the rise.
As Michael Feinstein tells it, Liza Minnelli was none too pleased when he presented her with a T-shirt that read "Life's Not a Cabaret, and Stop Calling Me Old Chum." Yet for plenty of Gotham-based…
When a well-known actor or musician gets the greenlight to direct a movie, the news is often met with a sneer -- if not outright envy -- by the filmmaking community.
The films domestic distributors say they're eager to check out at Tribeca. All are being shown to buyers for the first time, with U.S. rights available:
A select look at the party and panel scene surrounding the Tribeca Film Festival. Please note that most events require badges or tickets; parties and receptions are strictly by invitation only.
Only in New York ...
Jane Rosenthal, producer and co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival, expounds on the event's style and her own survival tactics.