Barney Frank attends a panel on April 27, 2015 about the film “Compared To What: The Improbable Journey Of Barney Frank” during the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. (Ovidiu Hrubaru / Shutterstock) In sizing up the 2016 election,...Show More Summary
The film “Thank You for Playing,” which premièred at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, follows a young father who is making a video game about his terminally ill child. Joel Green was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2010, at the age of one. Show More Summary
Robin Williams's last dramatic role sees him playing Nolan Mack, a closeted banker, in Dito Montiel's quiet drama Boulevard, which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival last year and opens in select theaters July 10. Nolan, who is married to Joy (Kathy Baker), begins to have a sexual awakening at the... More »
Robin Williams’ final theatrical release, Boulevard, opens this weekend via Starz Digital. The feature, starring Williams as a 60-year-old married man who comes out of the closet, debuted at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, but was temporarily shelved following the actor’s death. Show More Summary
Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival For many emerging actors, stripping in front of a costar is not necessarily high on the priority list. In Roberto Aguire’s case, his nude scene also happened to be...Show More Summary
Cinedigm has acquired North American rights to Meadowland, the psychological drama starring Olivia Wilde and Luke Wilson that had its world premiere this spring at the Tribeca Film Festival. The directorial debut of cinematogrpher Reed...Show More Summary
Robin Williams gave his final dramatic performance in indie movie "Boulevard." The film, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, stars Williams as Nolan, a 60-year-old closeted man who's been hiding from his true self all of his life. Show More Summary
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After playing the Tribeca Film Festival, Bloody Disgusting nabbed a poster and new images from the thriller Emelie, directed by Michael Thelin and written by Richard Raymond Harry Herbeck. “After their regular babysitter Maggie can’t make it, the Thompson family turns to her friend Anna to supervise their children while the parents go out to […]
Part of last year’s Tribeca Film Festival line up was Till Kleinert’s German horror Der Samurai, which Patrick Cooper reviewed and called a violent allegory, while Daniel Baldwin said cuts a strange, but intriguing path. Now, almost a year after its premiere, we have the first clip to celebrate its U.S. release on Blu-ray and […]
True Detective director Cary Fukunaga has decided to part ways with the planned two-film adaptation of Stephen King's It. Fukunaga announced at a Tribeca Film Festival panel in April that he would begin shooting the big screen version of It this summer, but the Wrap now reports that the director abruptly...
At this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Christopher Nolan was asked "the question" yet again. The question that he's danced around ever since 2010's release of Inception debuted its infamous ending: is the top still spinning? While Nolan...Show More Summary
Alchemy has acquired North American distribution rights to writer/director Stephen Fingleton’s post-apocalyptic thriller The Survivalist, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, says THR. The film stars Martin McCann, Mia Goth and Olwen Fouéré in the tale of a starving woman and her teenage daughter who meet up with a man eking out a […]
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Rising star Nat Wolff talks about his big leading roles in comedy-dramas Paper Towns and Tribeca Film Festival hit Ashby The post Nat Wolff Talks Ashby and Paper Towns appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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A film that misses the mark in five different languages. Read more...
A seeming snooze-fest that makes a sharp left into gut-wrenching territory. Read more...
Founded in 2002 because Robert De Niro hated flying to France (Editor's note: That is not even remotely close to true - it was founded in response to the expanding film and TV presence in NYC and...