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70s Rewind: THE SUPER COPS, Batman and Robin Fight the System

Ron Leibman and David Selby star in director Gordon Parks' rowdy adaptation of a police story drawn from real life.

Tribeca 2016 Preview: Midnight, Spotlight, Viewpoints, & More

Tribeca 2016 officially kicked off last night but screenings really get down to business today. We've already taken a look at the US and International Narrative Competitions and the Documentaries playing across a few sections. Today we wrap up our...

Tribeca 2016 Preview: Documentaries

The Tribeca Film Fest has really carved a place out in the US festival landscape as one of the main homes for documentaries. This year's selection looks to be another strong program. Here are a few of the many docus...

Tribeca 2016 Preview: US & Int'l Narrative Comps

The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off its 2016 edition Wednesday and we've got a few previews for you throughout the week. We start things off with what is undoubtedly the most notable change to this year's festival. The good folks...

The New York Korean Film Festival 2015 Returns With An Impressive, Eclectic Lineup

Cinema fans in New York City will be in for a treat next month with the return of the New York Korean Film Festival, which will have its 13th edition at the Museum of the Moving Image from November...

Tribeca 2014 Interview: Noah Buschel's GLASS CHIN

As the music starts and the first scene opens up in Noah Buschel's Glass Chin, you may think you're about to watch the newest version of Rocky what with the running boxer at dawn, dramatic theme score and all. The story,...

Tribeca 2014 Interview: Rory Culkin Shines Dark in Lou Howe's GABRIEL

Lou Howe's directorial debut follows Gabriel (Rory Culkin), a scared 20-something suffering from a non-specific mental illness slinging fault in every direction, including his own, after his father commits suicide prior to the film's start. To anyone who has experienced...

NYC Happenings: First Time Fest Celebrates and Supports Debut Filmmakers

One of the great things about living in New York City is its rich, eclectic and diverse film culture. One of the results of this is that you can't swing your arms without hitting a film festival of one kind...

Hey, New York! Jackie Chan's Coming! No, Really ... Jackie Chan Is Coming!

Hey, New York! Jackie Chan will shoot you in the face if you fail to attend the massive retrospective of his films headed your way this summer! No, really, he will. Well, probably not, but he could if he wanted...