At the Tribeca Film Festival premiere for Love, Gilda.
April 15 - 26, 2015
- Tina Fey Choked Up Paying Tribute to Gilda Radner Last Night
- This Fashion Documentary Looks Really Intense
- See the Tribeca Film Festival 2018 Lineup
- Keep the Change Tops Tribeca Film Festival Awards
- Zac Posen on His New Documentary and Fashion’s Dark Side
- Elisabeth Moss Not Convinced The Handmaid’s Tale Is Feminist
It premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.
The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 18–29.
Rachel Israel’s Keep the Change won Best Narrative Feature and Best New Narrative Director.
“They love to shoot you up like a clay pigeon.”
“It’s a human story, because women’s rights are human rights.”
15 women in film on their career breakthroughs.
Because it's still not easy to be a woman in Hollywood.
"It’s not as much a part of the vernacular."
Two documentaries at the Tribeca Film Festival look at abortion in a new light.
Just another day in the patriarchy.
“You know what you need for that haircut? Jane Fonda’s face.”
"It’s hard to give a man a pretend boner because they’re like, That looks really, not quite big enough."
"I turned to Rob, and I went, That’s your awful mother!"
How a Film About Female Serial Killers, Podcasting, and Lesbian Bachelorette Parties Became an Indie Favorite
Because what is more Chloë Sevigny than magical realism and cats?
"I think that did a disservice to the movie, and to the studio and to myself."
She thought audiences wouldn’t care about the subject. She was wrong.
Plus: Emily Ratajkowski, Kim Kardashian, and Jennifer Aniston.
- April 15 - 26, 2015
- General Screening Ticket — Evenings and Weekends
- General Screening Ticket — Matinee Films
- Tribeca Talks
- Beacon Theater
- 2124 Broadway, nr. 75 St.
- BMCC Tribeca PAC
- 199 Greenwich St., nr. West St.
- Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea
- 260 W. 23rd St., nr. Eighth Ave.
- Brookfield Place (Tribeca Drive-In)
- At the World Financial Center Plaza, West St., nr. Vesey St.
- Regal Battery Park
- 102 North End Ave., nr. Vessey St.
- Spring Studios
- 50 Varick St., nr. Laight St.
- SVA Theater
- 333 W. 23rd St., nr. 8th Ave.
- Tribeca Film Center
- 375 Greenwich St., nr. Franklin St.
- Selected Entries
- World Documentary Feature Competition
- Autism in Love
- Indian Point
- In My Father's House
- Song of Lahore
- Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle
- Among the Believers
- Cartel Land
- Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of The National Lampoon
- Far From Men
- Hungry Hearts
- Wondrous Boccaccio
- A Courtship
- King Jack
- The Wolfpack
- Special Screenings, Midnight & Shorts
- Live From New York!
- Official Site