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The 2016 Indiewire Tribeca Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival

The 2016 Indiewire Tribeca Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During the Festival


Tribeca Review: ‘First Monday in May’ is a Flashy Commercial for the Met Gala
Tribeca Review: Shia LaBeouf-Produced ‘LoveTrue’ is an Intriguing Puzzle From Director Alma Ha’rel

Tribeca Review: ‘Little Boxes’ Is a Sensitive Look at Racism in Suburbia

Tribeca Review: ‘Holidays’ Is A Seasonal Horror Anthology That Thrives From Energy of Depraved Directors

Tribeca Review: ‘Madly’ is an Electrically Diverse Anthology About Love Gone Wrong

Tribeca Review: David Byrne Puts on a Brilliant Show in ‘Contemporary Color’

Tribeca Review: Jahking Guillory is a Major Discovery in ‘Kicks’

Tribeca Review: ‘My Scientology Movie’ Is a Tinseltown Riff on ‘The Act of Killing’

Tribeca Review: In Raunchy Animated ‘Nerdland,’ Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt Are Dudes in Search of Fame

Tribeca Review: Katie Holmes’ Directorial Debut ‘All We Had’ Proves She Has Promise Behind the Camera

Tribeca Review: Frank Langella Can’t Save ‘Youth in Oregon’

Tribeca Review: ‘King Cobra’ Is the ‘Boogie Nights’ of Gay Porn

Tribeca Review: ‘Keep Quiet’ Is a Complex Portait of a Reformed Neo-Nazi

Tribeca Review: Michael Shannon in ‘Wolves’: A Coming-of-Age Story With Teeth

Tribeca Review: Demetri Martin’s Award-Winning ‘Dean’ Is a Disarming Comedy About Loss

Tribeca Review: Olivia Thirlby and Ben Feldman Have Commitment Issues in the Heartbreaking ‘Between Us’

Tribeca Review: Nicolas Winding Refn Meets Jeff Nichols in Nutty Thriller ‘Vincent N Roxxy’

‘Women Who Kill’ Tribeca Review: Ingrid Jungermann’s Debut is the Best Lesbian Horror-Comedy Ever


Tom Tykwer Says ‘A Hologram for the King’ Is a Sort-Of Sequel to ‘The Big Short’

Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon on the ‘Bromance’ Between ‘Elvis and Nixon’

Abbie Cornish Doesn’t Regret Not Being Cast in ‘Gravity’

Robert De Niro on the Future of Entertainment: Audience Engagement is Key

Why Robert Schwartzman’s Directorial Debut ‘Dreamland’ Was Inspired By Sex Comedies, Not ‘The Godfather’

How the Competitive World of Hollywood Pushed Sophia Takal to Make Her Chilling ‘Always Shine’

Why Demetri Martin Decided to Make His Directorial Debut With ‘Dean’

Tribeca Directors to Watch: How Shia LaBeouf Gave Alma Har’el the Freedom to Make ‘LoveTrue’

Tribeca Directors to Watch: ‘All This Panic’ Director Jenny Gage on Making the Girl Doc Version of ‘Boyhood’

Tribeca Directors to Watch: Student Academy Award Winner Justin Tipping ‘Kicks’ Off the Fest Tonight

Tribeca Directors to Watch: Robert Scott Wildes on the Visually Inventive ‘Poor Boy’

Tribeca: ‘Women Who Kill’ Director Ingrid Jungermann Has Some Ideas for New Queer Cinema

Tribeca: How Estonia’s Kadri Kõusaar Was Inspired By the Coen Brothers to Make Her ‘Mother’

How ‘Holidays’ Producer John Hegeman Finally Got His Clever Horror Anthology Feature Made After a Decade

Tribeca Springboard: How Deb Shoval Turned Her Sundance Short ‘AWOL’ Into a Stirring New Feature

Tribeca: Talking ‘The Ticket’ With Star Dan Stevens, In the Oddest of All Interview Spaces


Ethan Hawke and Patti Smith Talk Chet Baker, Methadone and Why Acting Is Harder Than Rock ‘n’ Roll

Tina Fey Says She Won’t Direct Movies — or Do a TV Series With Amy Poehler

Tribeca: ‘Six Feet Under’ Creator Alan Ball Reveals Just How Personal the HBO Drama Was For Him

J.J. Abrams on Life After ‘The Force Awakens’

Jodie Foster Wants to Be Known for Directing, Not Acting

Tribeca: Idina Menzel Remembers the Legacy of ‘Rent’ and Looks to the Future of ‘Wicked’

Francis Ford Coppola Says His Next Project Will Take Five Years and Push Cinematic Boundaries


Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal Kick Off Tribeca Film Festival By Looking to the Future

Tribeca: David Byrne and the Ross Brothers Talk Esoteric Passions and Their ‘Contemporary Color’

Robert De Niro Celebrates ’40 F*cking Years’ of ‘Taxi Driver’

Alicia Keys Surprises Tribeca Film Festival With World Premiere of ‘The Gospel’

Oprah Winfrey Reveals How Tyler Perry Showed Her The Path To Make Passion Project ‘Greenleaf’ — Tribeca


Why Has the Tribeca Film Festival Become Such an Important Platform for Docs?

The Critical Role Non-Profits Played in Getting This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival Docs Made


Tribeca: How Well Do You Know The Film Festival?

Tribeca: How ‘Women Who Kill’ Director and Star Ingrid Jungermann Found Her Voice Making Web Series

Tribeca: A Director Explains Her Difficult Journey to Make ‘Abortion: Stories Women Tell’

Domenica Cameron-Scorsese: Why It Took 10 Years To Make Her Jump to Feature Film Directing

The 8 Best Things ‘Taxi Driver’ Super-Fan Quentin Tarantino Has Said About Martin Scorsese’s Enduring Classic


2016 Tribeca Film Festival Unveils New Program With Tom Hanks, Tina Fey and More

New York-Centric Doc ‘The First Monday in May’ to Open 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival Announces First Half of Feature Slate, Including ‘Equals,’ ‘High-Rise’ and More

Tribeca Film Festival Unveils Second Half of Feature Film Slate, Including ‘Elvis & Nixon,’ ‘Hunt for the Wilderpeople’ and More

Attention, Filmmakers: Your Snapchat Short Film Could Get You Into the Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival 2016 Announces New Digital Marketplace

Tribeca Film Festival Releases Short Film Slate, Including New Films from Spike Lee, Michael Rapaport and Danny DeVito

2016 Tribeca Film Festival TV Lineup Includes ‘The Good Wife’ Farewell and ‘Six Feet Under’ Tribute

Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro and Jodie Foster Will Celebrate ‘Taxi Driver’ Anniversary at Tribeca

2016 Tribeca Film Festival Adds to Experiential, VR and Imagination Day Lineup


2016 Tribeca Film Festival Lineup: 6 Hidden Gems

Reality Checks: Which Docs Will Pop Out of SXSW and Tribeca (and Will Buyers Bite)?

Tribeca Film Festival Under Fire for Premiering New Documentary from ‘Quack’ Anti-Vaccine Doctor

‘Vaxxed’ Filmmakers Respond to Tribeca Film Festival’s Decision to Pull Controversial Doc

Robert De Niro’s Anti-Vaccine Controversy: When Did Tribeca Screw Up?

Tribeca: 11 Potential Breakthrough Actors to Check Out at This Year’s Festival (Springboard)

Tribeca: 11 Female Filmmakers to Check Out at This Year’s Festival

Why You Should Care About the Tribeca Film Festival (Analysis)

The 5 Can’t Miss TV Events at The 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

What Does the Future of Film Festivals Look Like? (Analysis)

Watch: Explosive Trailer for ‘Team Foxcatcher’ Documentary Will Chill You to the Bone

Watch: Meet the Real People Impacted by the Syrian Refugee Crisis in ‘After Spring’ Trailer and Poster

Watch: Small Town Living Takes a Twisted Turn in ‘Mother’ Trailer

Moody First Look at Logan Sandler’s Tribeca Premiere ‘Live Cargo’

Gory First Poster for Tribeca Premiere ‘Fear, Inc.’ Aims to Scare You Big Time

Watch: Mel Brooks Discusses Humor and the Holocaust in Clip from Tribeca Doc ‘The Last Laugh’

First Poster for Tribeca Documentary ‘The Return’ Poster Hints at Redemption for All

Open Your Eyes to This Trippy New Poster for Tribeca Premiere ‘Icaros: A Vision’

Watch: Witness the Last Gasps of Satanic Panic in Heart-Stopping ‘Southwest of Salem’ Trailer

Watch: ‘Memories of a Penitent Heart’ Trailer Investigates One Man’s Death and Another’s Disappearance

Watch: ‘Shadow World’ Trailer Shines a Light on Hard Truths the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About

First Look at Tribeca Premiere ‘Poor Boy’ Teases Rich World of Brothers, Guns and Beauty

Get Forked With a First Look at Delicious Doc ‘Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent’

Watch: You’ve Never Seen Chess Masters Party Like They Do in New ‘Magnus’ Clip

‘Lavender’ Poster and Stills Tease a Tribeca Premiere With a Terrifying Secret


Robert De Niro Pledges to ‘Find the Truth’ About Vaccines in Controversial ‘TODAY’ Interview

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