The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival came to a close on Sunday. Indiewire was on the scene for the 11th edition of the event. Below find all of Indiewire’s coverage, in addition to that of our Blog Network.
‘War Witch’ and ‘The World Before Her’ Take Top Prizes at 2012 Tribeca Film Festival
Kim Nguyen’s “War Witch” and Lucy Mulloy’s “Una Noche” were the big winners of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival narrative competition, while Nisha Pahuja’s “The World Before Her” took the top documentary competition prize at the fest.
Juliette Binoche Talks About Her Personal Connection to ‘Elles,’ Masturbating on Film, and What Scares Her
“Habit would scare me. Of being sure of yourself would scare me. Not being frightened would scare me. Not working with intelligent people would scare me.”
‘Cheerful Weather’ Star Elizabeth McGovern Talks ‘Downton Abbey’ and Why She Left America
“Just looking at “Downton Abbey” I’ll be standing in a room with Penelope Wilton and Maggie Smith, and I’m just thinking, ‘How did I get so lucky?’ That wouldn’t happen in America. But it was never anything that I manipulated, just total dumb luck.”
Chris Colfer Talks His Screenwriting Debut ‘Struck By Lightning,’ and Explains Why He Didn’t Cast His ‘Glee’ Co-Stars
“I honestly wrote this script on set on ‘Glee,’ in between scenes, in between lighting setups on set. Which doesn’t seem like a lot of time, but we’re there so much it actually was quite a bit of time to sit down and write. I just wrote it on set.”
‘While We Were Here’ Breakout Jamie Blackley Talks Bulking Up for ‘300’ Prequel
“To be honest with you, it still doesn’t make sense now. I’m just going to keep on and keep myself myself. I just want to make a good impression, really.”
Meet the Filmmaker Series
Get to Know 39 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmakers
Indiewire invited directors with films in the Narrative Feature Competition, Documentary Feature Competition and Viewpoints section to take part by submitting responses to a series of questions in their own words.
Here Are 15 Reviews of Tribeca Film Festival Titles
Indiewire was on the scene at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival to grade this some of the most anticipated titles and hidden gems playing at the event.
The Lost Boy’s Tribeca Coverage
Go HERE for The Lost Boy’s coverage of the festival.
The Playlist Tribeca Coverage
Go HERE for The Playlist’s coverage of the festival.
Thompson on Hollywood’s Tribeca Coverage
Go HERE for TOH!’s coverage of the festival.
Criticwire’s Tribeca Coverage
Go HERE for Criticwire’s coverage of the festival.