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Tribeca Review: Open House
Going into the Tribeca Film Festival, I was under the impression that Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me would be considered the most brutal film being shown. While that still may be the case, Andrew Paquin’s Open House certainly gives it a run for its money.
Release Dates Planned For Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage
Zoe Vision and Banger Films have announced that Beyond the Lighted Stage will hit theaters in June, with exact cities and dates to be announced later. The band will also be kicking off a 40-city tour at the end of that month
Tribeca Review: Climate Of Change
Planet Earth is suffering. From deforestation in Africa and strip mining in Appalachia, to those simply too lazy to recycle empty soda bottles, businesses and individuals are constantly wasting precious natural resources and polluting the air with carbon dioxide and other emissions. Fortunately, there are people trying to do something about it.
Tribeca Review: Meet Monica Velour
It’s silly but not stupid and it doesn’t have a deep meaning, but undoubtedly conjures up some serious emotion. See Meet Monica Velour to get that warm and fuzzy feeling inside – not the dirty kind.
Exclusive Tribeca Interview: My Brothers Director Paul Fraser And Cast
The wonderful thing about My Brothers isn't just that the family relationship worked, but is the linchpin of Fraser's tender and lovely film. Last week I talked to Fraser and his three lead actors
Tribeca Review: Meskada
Taking place in a blank kind of American Anywhere, between two nearby towns rife with class tensions, Meskada has a few good ideas marred by any number of mistakes
Tribeca Interview: Birth Of Big Air's Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine And Mat Hoffman
There are very few things worth risking your life for. Initially, BMX riders were in danger of breaking a bone or suffering a concussion
Tribeca Review: Birth Of Big Air
When walking into a film directed by Jeff Tremaine and produced by Johnny Knoxville, you expect to get something shocking and gruesome a la Jackass, but this isn't the case with Birth of Big Air
Tribeca Review: William Vincent
William Vincent, played by James Franco, is a mystery. When we are first introduced to his character, he is riding a bus from San Francisco to New York after just missing a plane to Tokyo
Tribeca Review: Monogamy
Films about decent men tempted to stray by beautiful strangers are nothing new, and neither are stories about love and lust in the big city, but the same old themes get a nice modern spin in Monogamy
Exclusive Tribeca Interview: Zonad Directors John And Kieran Carney
Back in 2006, Irish filmmaker John Carney made a splash with his film Once, which took home the Oscar for Best Original Song. Now, working with his brother, Kieran, the two have written and directed Zonad
Tribeca Review: Please Give
Straddling the line between comedy and drama, it is Holofcener’s script that is the true stand-out of the film, particularly in its character development. Kate possesses a compulsion to give constantly
Tribeca Review: Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives
In 2010, director Israel Luna has created and premiered Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives, which not only rips off everything that made the Tarantino-Rodriguez film entertaining
Tribeca Review: sex & drugs & rock & roll
As if it knew about the pressure ahead of time, the film opens with a blast of color and sound, combining a solo onstage performance, a flashback to happier times and an animated title sequence within a particularly crazy 10 minutes
Tribeca Review: Zonad
Imagine, if you will, that following a night of stargazing, you and your family return home to find that your living room has been trashed. What’s more, the man responsible is a red latex bodysuit