As I’m sure many of you know, on April 27th, BEYOND: Two Souls was featured in a historic screening at Tribeca Film Festival, which was live-streamed right here on the PlayStation Blog. So far, over 3.2 Million of you have tuned in to...Show More Summary
TRIBECA FILM AND WELL GO USA ENTERTAINMENT ACQUIRES NORTH AMERICAN RIGHTS TO EMANUEL AND THE TRUTH ABOUT FISHES Featuring standout performances by Jessica Biel and Kaya Scodelario New York, NY – May 13, 2013 – Tribeca Film and WellShow More Summary
I think it’s kind of funny that when I first saw these pictures of The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield I had to double check to see if he was actually filming or if he was just heading out for the … Continue reading »
Sony PlayStation has brought online a 35-minute long "homeless scene" from BEYOND: Two Souls which first debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. Check it out below! From the visionary mind of David Cage, director of the award-winning Heavy Rain, comes the most powerful emotional experience on PlayStation 3. Show More Summary
Tribeca Film and Well Go USA have co-acquired Francesca Gregorini's EMANUEL AND THE TRUTH ABOUT FISHES, which we passed along the trailer for last month. The two companies plan to release the film theatrically later this year and make...Show More Summary
by Susanna Locascio • May 2013 Oh, hi Tribeca Film Festival! With this year’s lineup, you may have edged out SXSW as my favorite place to discover documentaries. Sundance continues to snap up the marquee fictional narrative films (Fruitvale...Show More Summary
Scott Coffey directed this comedy, which made its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. [...]
IFC Films announced today that the company is acquiring North American rights to Scott Coffey's Adult World, which had its world premiere at last month's 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The film, with a screenplay by Andy Cochran, starsShow More Summary
There’s a collective fluster among the crowd, who are seated in a theater in Chelsea, waiting for the world premiere of Bridegroom at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The screening is running almost thirty minutes late and nothing is happening. George Takei, who is probably the most famous gay geek on the planet keeps comingMORE
87 years old with perfect comic timing.
Tribeca Film Festival, New York City, NY April 17-28, 2013 Celebrating its 12th stellar year, the Tribeca Film Festival showcased the best and brightest films to an ever-increasing number of eager viewers. Founded by Jane Rosenthal,Show More Summary
FRANKENSTEIN'S ARMY just recently made its US premiere during the Tribeca Film Festival and we've just got word that MPI Media Group plan to give the film a limited theatrical run on July 26th. The highly anticipated film, which...Show More Summary
MPI Media Group today announced that it will open writer-director Richard Raaphorst’s Frankenstein’s Army in select cities July 26th. The highly anticipated film, which recently screened to acclaim at the Tribeca Film Festival, is a co-production of MPI/Dark Sky Films, Los Angeles-based XYZ Films and Pellicola of Amsterdam. Filmed in Prague and recently having its... Read More
Hilarious and heartfelt.
Ellen Page steps out for a Tribeca Talks: After the Movie event for her latest film Beyond: Two Souls during the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival held at SVA Theater on Saturday (April 27) in New York City. The 26-year-old actress stars as a young girl named Jodie who is mysteriously linked to an entity she [...]
The website for the Tribeca Film Festival has finally put up video from the Q&A session that followed its closing-night presentation of The King of Comedy, but, alas, it's just an excerpt. I was hoping that the discussion — which included the film's director Martin Scorsese and its stars, Robert De Niro, venerable comedian and filmmaker [...]
Now that the Tribeca Film Festival has been effectively put to bed for the year (rest up, sweet festival), it’s time to reflect on what we loved best about New York City’s spring fling, from zombies to visual effects to more Sam Rockwell than might be advisable by most doctors. Show More Summary
When the Tribeca Film Festival recently came around, I jumped at the chance to catch Sunlight Jr.
The film festival held a competition looking for the best Vine-produced movies.
The Tribeca Film Festival has concluded in New York City, and I'm recounting all the movies I saw - from the cute and quirky to the dark and depressing. Many of the films have been acquired and will be heading to theaters in the coming months. Should you plan on seeing them? Find out what they're all about, as well as my take on each. View Slideshow ›