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The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival begins this week. But which films are set to make a splash at the event? Well, click inside to find out.
Brad Bird revealed that a disgusting clean-up job that was required after screenings of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs back in 1937. But why?
Sleeping With Other People is the perfect Jason Sudeikis vehicle, and is an early contender for rom-com of the year.
Arnold Schwarzenegger fighting zombies should be a cinematic utopia, but instead it's frustratingly lifeless.
The Wolfpack tells the story of seven brothers who used their love of film to help them through their lives stuck in a Manhattan apartment, and it could be the best documentary of 2015.
The Overnight takes a shocking and outrageous look at taboo aspects that cinema usually ignores
Michael Fassbender enhances his reputation even further with his sensational turn in the poetic Slow West.
The late-night sketch comedy series started by Lorne Michaels is celebrating its 40th anniversary year, and the festivities keep on coming, with new documentary is set to debut. Watch the first Live From New York! trailer and see all the surprises that are coming our way.
As we set out to cover the festival, which starts on the night of April 15 with a screening of Live From New York!, there are a lot of titles we're eager to see.
I resented the 95-minutes of my life I was giving to this garbage, and Cox for thinking it was worth showing the world at all.
From midnight movies to directorial debuts, intriguing indies to challenging foreign films, there's loads to choose from at Tribeca. So to help you get some idea of just what's in store for this vibrant film festival, we've collected a selection of trailers and from its lauded line-up. Take a look, and get your tickets while you can!
The Tribeca FIlm Festival wrapped up a week ago, but we're still kicking ourselves for missing out on the big closing night event-- a special screening of Scorsese's The King of Comedy, with DeNiro, Lewis and Scorsese all on hand to talk about the 1982 cult classic. Jerry Lewis was an icon of comedy by the time the film was made, but these days he's basically a legend
This week we are shocked and horrified to learn that Michael Bay apologized on behalf of Armageddon, and aim to set the record straight on its greatness. Katey talks about her experience at the Indie Grits Film Festival, David is feeling more optimistic than ever about the Tribeca Film Festival, and we ask for your help in supporting our friend Ed Douglas in his fight against cancer
Prescription drug abuse isn't as attention-grabbing as bath salts, and not as glamorized as meth, but as the documentary Oxyana movingly depicts, it's just got as much power to destroy. Taking its title from the nickname acquired by Oceana, West Virgina, Oxyana is a portrait of modern rural American life as completely transformed by drugs, in this case a legal prescription painkiller that has paralyzed an entire generation
Whether you know and adore Elaine Stritch for her decades-long Broadway career, her distinctively boozy and brassy singing style, or her wickedly winsome guest appearances as Jack Donaghy's mom Colleen on 30 Rock, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me is an absolute joy.
The film's most telling moments were when Haneke confesses that he channels his own fears and anxieties into his work, which is sometimes autobiographically inspired, as a form of therapeutic catharsis, and when he admits, "In cinema, the viewer is always the director's victim."
As its plot progressed I was able only to follow its broadest strokes. Ultimately, not even the smoking hot sexual chemistry of its leads (Jean Dujardin and Cécile De France) could save this confounding thriller.
The absolute last thing the Internet cat meme phenomenon needed was a feature-length documentary that's happy to participate in, not examine, the madness. Given access to a variety of people who have turned our world into one that includes the phrase "cat-lebrities," Eisner and Andy Capper come away with…nothing. Maybe even less
As someone who’s working on some short films of her own, I know that there’s nothing more helpful that attaching a “name” to your project and, for Rachel Dratch, all she really wanted was to be part of a film playing in a festival, so she and Teacher of the Year turned out to be the perfect match.