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Tribeca 2018 Dispatch: The Many Pleasures of Horror

Perhaps not every horror fan will confess this, but we’re not always looking for masterpieces, or even movies that we’d recommend wholeheartedly. Instead, it’s all about moments and ideas, preferably ones that reflect the whole of the filmmaker’s heart and...

Tribeca 2018 Poster Debut: Nathan Silver's THE GREAT PRETENDER Will Make You Believe

If you are a long time reader of these here pages, then you may very well already be aware of my love for the cinematic works of Nathan Silver. Working under the mode of roughly a movie a year, Silver...

Tribeca 2018 Preview: Ten Notable Fest Selections

The 17th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival, running through April 29, is once again packed with films, talks, and moving image work beyond film such as VR, television, online work, and gaming events. The opening film is Lisa D'Apolito's Love,...

Tribeca Announces Impressive 2018 Feature Film Lineup

The Spring-time film festivals are coming thick and fast and one of Spring's biggest is out today with an impressive lineup. The 17th edition of the Tribeca Film Festival runs April 18-29 in New York City. A few notable filmmakers...

Tribeca 2017 VR Roundup: A Killer New Crop of VR Debuts

It's unclear if it's the New York setting or where it falls on the calendar, but Tribeca has emerged as one of the very best places to debut new VR and 360 content and the 2017 program is no exception....

Tribeca 2016 Review: THE LONER Journeys Through A Neon Dreamscape

The Loner sounds intriguing on paper: a former child soldier from Iran drifts through L.A.'s seedy underbelly and becomes entangled in a web of crime, violence, and drugs. Heavily influenced by films like Drive and David Lynch's oeuvre -- one...

Tribeca 2016 Review: ICAROS: A VISION Creates A Palpable Sense Of Place

Icaros: A Vision is about a white, American woman who -- confronted with a terminal illness -- embarks on a trip for a seemingly indefinite stay at a Shamanistic resort in the jungles of Peru. With a synopsis like this,...

Tribeca 2016 Review: KICKS, Announcing An Exciting New Talent

Kicks, a film about a hapless teenager who finds himself launched into the Bay Area's violent underbelly after being jumped for his new sneakers, bristles with immediacy, excitement and urgency. It's a remarkably assured, confident movie for a debut feature...

Tribeca 2016: VR Round-Up

Pretty much every film festival these days has a Virtual Reality component and it's always interesting to see how festivals handle the emerging platform differently. Sundance's New Frontier is on the forefront of VR exhibition but even that stalwart has...

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 TUNNEL: Watch The Trailer For TROLL HUNTER Director's New Short

Troll Hunter director Andre Ovredal has been busy over the past few years with a variety of feature film projects at various stages but, even so, he still managed to carve out time to direct a new short film titled...

Tribeca 2016: A HOLOGRAM FOR THE KING and HOLIDAYS Lead Spotlight, Midnight, Centerpiece & Special Screenings Announcement

If you caught last week's announcement, then you know that Tribeca 2016 is quickly shaping up to be an epic fest. The programmers have thrown the gauntlet down for the festival's 15th iteration. This is no second tier festival. Today's...

Tribeca 2016 To Open With Andrew Rossi's THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY

Don’t get confused, Tribeca Film Fest 2016 will still open in April (Weds April 13, to be exact). But the opening night film has been announced and kicks off the fest which runs in New York City until April 24....

It's Arnold Versus The Undead In The First Trailer For MAGGIE

Arnold Schwarzenegger takes on the undead in Maggie, though it's not at all the sort of banging, crashing, punching zombies in the face sort of zombie film you may expect. No, Henry Hobson's Tribeca selected film takes a much more...

STUNG: Giant Mutant Wasps Wreak Havoc In The International Trailer!

Audiences at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival best be watching the skies and keeping an ear open for any suspicious buzzing sounds because that's where Benni Diez's mutant wasp creature feature Stung will be making its debut and we've got...

Tribeca 2015 Unveils Midnight, Spotlight And Special Screenings

Hot on the heels of Tuesday's announcement of World Narrative & Documentaries, plus Viewpoints, comes the remainder of Tribeca's 2015 festival slate.A few highlights: Midnight is ample with world premiere's including Scherzo Diabolico, the new film from Here Comes The...

WEDNESDAY 04:45: Take a Look At The First Teaser For Tribeca Selected Thriller

It was all the way back in 2008 that we first fell in love with the work of Greek director Alexis Alexiou here at ScreenAnarchy. The occasion was his debut feature Tale 52 and we expected great things to come....

Tribeca 2015 Announces World Narrative & Docs, And Viewpoints

If the city of New York can defrost themselves enough by April 15, the spring film festival season will kick into high gear on the isle of Manhattan with the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. We've got the first plethora of...