By Emerson Gordon | Indiewire March 19, 2014 at 11:57AM
For the first time ever, the Tribeca Film festival will screen 35 films, free of charge. On April 25th, under the moniker "Film For All Friday," individual tickets to all screenings will be complimentary thanks to festival sponsor AT&T. Among the 35 features screening on April 25th are Nas' documentary, "Time Is Illmatic," Gia Coppola's directorial debut, "Palo Alto," "The One I Love," the comedic drama starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass and "This Time Next Year," a documentary that examines the recovery of a New Jersey town one year after Hurricane Sandy.
Additionally, from April 14-17, consumers can get up to two free tickets to a screening of their choice at Tribeca Film Festival box office locations, as well as AT&T retail locations throughout New York and Hoboken and Edgewater, in New Jersey. Complimentary tickets will be available online starting April 17th, and on location 45 minutes prior to each screening on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 16-27 and will also feature conversations with industry heavyweights such as Ron Howard, Bryan Cranston, Kevin Spacey, and Aaron Sorkin. The full lineup of films can be seen here.