Tribeca 2024 Review: MCVEIGH, The Dark Side of Man

Directed by Mike Ott, the film stars Alfie Allen, Brett Gelman, Ashley Benson, Anthony Carrigan, and Tracy Letts.

Tribeca 2024 Review: SACRAMENTO, A Different Kind of Fury Road

Michael Cera, Kristen Stewart, Michael Angarano, and Maya Erskine star; Michael Angarano directed.

Tribeca 2024 Review: THE KNIFE, High-Tension Debut Drama Tackles the Terrors of Reality

Directed by Nnamdi Asomugha, who also stars, alongside Melissa Leo, Aja Naomi King, Manny Jacinto, Amari Price, and Aiden Price.

Tribeca 2024 Review: LAKE GEORGE, L.A. Based Neo-Noir About the Absurdity of Life (and Death)

Shea Whigham, Carrie Coon, Glenn Fleshler, and Max Casella star in director Jeffrey Reiner's darkly comic noir.

Tribeca 2024 Review: DARKEST MIRIAM, The Secret Life of a Librarian

Britt Lower, Tom Mercier, Sook-Yin Lee, and Jean Yoon star in director Naomi Jaye's gentle, brain-teasing, genre-bending film.

Tribeca 2024 Review: A DESERT, Nightmares and Dreamscapes in a Riveting Thriller Debut

Directed by Joshua Erkman, the film stars David Yow, Kai Lennox, Sarah Lind, Zachary Ray Sherman, Ashley B. Smith, and Rob Zabrecky.

Tribeca 2024 Review: ALL THAT WE LOVE, Kindhearted and Relatable Dramedy About the Art of Letting Go

Directed by Yen Tan, the film stars Margaret Cho, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kenneth Choi, Alice Lee, Atsuko Okatsuka, Missi Pyle, and Devon Bostick.

Tribeca 2024 Review: RESTLESS, Don't Be a Menace to the Lady Next Door

Nicky (Lyndsey Marshal) just wants to sleep. Well, actually at first Nicky just wants to come home after work, bake some cakes, watch some billiards on TV and snuggle with her cat. What Nicky doesn’t want, or love, is her...

Tribeca 2024 Review: FIREBRAND, Feminist History Revision with Good Heart and Too Much Effort

Jude Law and Alicia Vikander star in Karim Ainouz's period drama.

Tribeca 2024 Review: VULCANIZADORA, When Buddy Movie Turns Into Existential Horror

Two men are making their way through the forest, engaging in idle talk and generally behaving like overgrown teenagers. The guys will be recognized by viewers familiar with Joel Potrykus’s 2014 film Buzzard – as these are the same Derek...

Tribeca 2024 Review: ADULT BEST FRIENDS, Life and Other Disasters

Katie and Delaney (Katie Corwin and Delaney Buffett respectively) have been best friends since childhood, and now they both refuse to admit that they’ve been drifting apart for a while. Katie is seemingly responsible for the “adult” part of the...

Tribeca 2024 Review: THE DAMNED, Chilling Historical Horror (Pun Intended)

Odessa Young and Joe Cole star in an atmospheric horror thriller, directed by Thordur Palsson.

Tribeca 2024 Preview: Raise the Curtain, See These Movies

Get ready, New York, for a bounty of indie and international bangers. Arising from the ashes of the 2001 terrorist attack on New York City, the Tribeca Festival has long established itself on the annual calendar as a home for...

AISHA Review: Quietly Powerful Drama with Mesmerizing Central Performance

Letitia Wright and Josh O'Connor star in director Frank Berry's piercing, timely new drama.

Fantaspoa 2024 Review: THE COMPLEX FORMS, How Classic Auteur Cinema Would Be If It Had More Monsters

Strange things are happening at an ancient villa in the literal middle of nowhere. A bunch of men are gathered here, all of them with a peculiar contract. A middle-aged man named Christian (David White) is in the process of...

Fantaspoa 2024 Review: THE ISLAND BETWEEN TIDES, Supernatural Mind-Teaser About Time, Ghosts and Complicated Relationships

When Lily (Remy Marthaller) was a child, she followed a mysterious melody and wandered onto a tidal island, disappearing for several days – though, when she returned, she claimed she was actually gone for mere minutes. Sixteen years later, it’s...

Fantaspoa 2024 Review: MASTERGAME (Mesterjátszma), Visually Compelling Thriller with Chess, Trains and Bathroom Fights

It’s November 1956, and Russian tanks have just invaded Budapest, crushing the revolution. A young couple, István (Gergely Váradi) and Márta (Varga-Járó Sára), rushes for the last train that can get them out of the country. When aboard, they are...

HOUSEKEEPING FOR BEGINNERS (Domakinstvo za Pocetnici) Review: Nobody Is Ever Home Alone in Modern Family Dramedy

In a house somewhere at the outskirts of North Macedonia’s capital Skopje lives social worker Dora (Anamaria Marinca from 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days) with her partner Sauda (Alina Serban from Gypsy Queen), Sauda’s two daughters, their gay friend...

IN THE LAND OF SAINTS AND SINNERS Review: Liam Neeson Tries to Retire His Particular Skills Again

Liam Neeson, Colm Meaney, Ciaran Hinds, and Kerry Condon star in a film directed by Robert Lorenz.

DOGMAN Review: Reality Literally Bites in Luc Besson's Latest Crime Film

On a cinematically rainy night, a truck packed with dogs is pulled over by the cops. The driver is Marilyn Monroe in the famous getup from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. The pink, the wig and the makeup ruined by blood. At...