A slender, artfully shot, loosely structured documentary that captures moments in the lives of seven mostly middle-class New York City girls as they blossom over a three-year period.
Tribeca Film Festival
The Film Society of Lincoln Center has named Robert De Niro the recipient of its 44th annual Chaplin Award, which honors major industry talents. De Niro will take home the 2017 trophy for a…
We’re talking to you, “Taxi Driver” fans. To celebrate it’s 40th anniversary, Martin Scorsese’s iconic 1976 film “Taxi Driver” is returning to theaters for a limited two evening run. According to…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The Tribeca Film Festival has set the dates for its 2017 edition, including submission deadlines in advance of the April festival, and promoted longtime staffer Cara Cusumano to director of…
This shaggy quasi-thriller offers a drolly amusing, lightly macabre variation on the standard lesbian romantic comedy.
There’s a very primary spoiler-based dilemma faced by reviewers and festival programmers alike when it comes to films like Ziga Virc’s “Houston, We Have a Problem!” Simply by reviewing it for what it…
Investigation Discovery has acquired U.S. TV premiere rights to the documentary “Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four” and will release the film theatrically on Sept. 16, Variety has…
This intimate Civil War drama about individual and national transformation heralds the arrival of an arresting new filmmaking voice.
PARIS — Arrow Films has acquired the rights for U.K. and Ireland for Benjamin Ree’s chess documentary “Magnus,” which opened Tribeca. Repped in international markets by TrustNordisk, “Magnus” turns…
The modern-day Ukraine depicted by "Almost Holy" is a place of such individual, familial, institutional and moral degradation that it appears on the verge of apocalyptic collapse.
A gut-punching exploration of the global arms trade that flawlessly juggles an impressive array of talking heads along with archival footage.