Rachel Israel’s Keep the Change won Best Narrative Feature and Best New Narrative Director.
April 15 - 26, 2015
- 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
- How Women Champion Each Other in Hollywood
- 6 Famous Women on How Nora Ephron Inspired Them
- How Alfonso Cuarón Made Emmanuel Lubezki Cry
“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.
How the haircut affects her posture, confidence and partnership with Drybar.
See: Exclusive Clip and Poster for Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt’s R-Rated Animated Buddy-Comedy Nerdland
Lesson No. 1: Don't give a homeless guy all your money and then try to take back the check.
“We do not believe it contributes to or furthers the discussion I had hoped for.”
- 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