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The Return of the Tribeca Art Scene
Even though most artists can’t afford to live here, the galleries are back.
Cynthia Nixon’s Run for Governor Surprised Sarah Jessica Parker
“I didn’t know she would seek a gubernatorial seat.”
Diane Keaton’s Acting Fooled Jack Nicholson Into Thinking She Actually Loved Him
He was “all rattled” about it, director Nancy Meyers said.
Christina Hendricks Appreciates Her Status As a Gay Icon
’s Joan will live on forever.
17 Films You Should See at This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival
Including a forbidden romance between Rachel McAdams and Rachel Weisz, and Alexander Payne’s
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The Cast of
Will & Grace
Will Headline Tribeca’s First-Ever TV Festival
The festival will also include premieres of new series
Ten Days in the Valley
, and more.
The Art Megacollectors Who Live in Their Own Contemporary Museum
Which they open to the rest of us each March.
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The Strange Experience of Having My Memoir Turned Into a Movie
The author of
The Adderall Diaries
, adapted into a film starring James Franco and playing at Tribeca, shares his unsettling experience.
Aaron Sorkin Apologizes for
“I feel like I’m just now starting to learn how to write it.”
Rent Joss Whedon’s New Film Right Now Via VOD
A 72-hour rental of
In Your Eyes
is available for $5.
Rashida Jones to Star in Steve and Nancy Carell’s TBS Pilot ‘Tribeca’
Karen and Michael reunion alert! THR reports that Parks and Rec’s Rashida Jones has been cast as the lead in Steve and Nancy Carell’s TBS […]
Rashida Jones to Star in Steve Carell’s
Steve Carell Will Write and Direct a Comedy Pilot for TBS
Steve Carell is making a new show for TBS. The network has given a pilot order to Tribeca, a comedy police procedural co-created by the […]
Steve Carell Co-Wrote and Will Direct Cop Comedy Pilot for TBS
, but set in L.A.
Jesse David Fox
In Your Face, Sundance
The company behind the Tribeca Film Festival announced this morning that it’s hired Sundance director Geoffrey Gilmore to be its new chief creative officer.