Tribeca 2014: ScreenAnarchy Raises The Curtain With 17 Must-Sees

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Spring has most certainly arrived in The Big Apple (finally), which means so has the Tribeca Film Festival. Now in its 13th year, the fest kicks off tonight with Time Is Illmatic, multimedia artist One9's documentary on Nas' landmark album Ilmatic. Things then get going good and proper tomorrow and on until April 27. But now... now, some members of our intrepid team in NYC bring you their selection of films playing this year's Tribeca that they're most excited about, both some they have already seen and some they have not.

In the coming days keep an eye out for a slew of reviews and interviews from the fest, and for first hand impressions be sure to follow the team on Twitter at @ScreenAnarchy | @bournecinema (Christopher Bourne) | @JaceyCockrobin (Joshua Chaplinsky) | @tiniv (Valentina Valentini)    

Peter Gutierrez, Christopher Bourne, Joshua Chaplinsky and Ryland Aldrich contributed to this story.


I'm a sucker for documentaries on strange internet subcultures. Who isn't? The best of them allow us to simultaneously gawk and identify; we learn about ourselves as we learn about our subject. At least that's what we tell ourselves, so we can rationalize the exploitative nature of the medium. Brent Hodge's A Brony Tale looks like it takes a light-hearted approach to what could easily have been a mockery, exploring the fascinating world of men obsessed with My Little Pony. It sounds silly, I know, but remember: Bronies are people too, and this could easily be one of your own (adult) children. -- Joshua Chaplinsky

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