For the second year in a row, I attended the Tribeca Film Festival, this time for its 18th iteration, running April 24-May 5. As I did in 2018, I begin my coverage with a review of the virtual reality (VR) movies I … Continue reading
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Back in 2016, I wrote about the plethora of film-funding opportunities offered by the Tribeca Film Institute (TFI). Now, in 2018, I finally had an opportunity to head up to New York City during the actual Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) … Continue reading
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In Lower Manhattan, bordered on the west by the Hudson River, the east by Broadway, the north by Canal Street, and on the south by the World Trade Center site, lies the neighborhood known as Tribeca (formerly spelled “TriBeCa,” each … Continue reading
A group of very lucky Russian filmmakers will have the double opportunity of impressing North American audiences and industry professionals via a unique program sponsored by CEC ArtsLink. The not-for-profit organization has partnered with the Sundance Film Festival to co-host … Continue reading
An Interview with the Director of “Playground the child sex trade in America”. The interview was held at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
An Interview with “Yodok” Director Andrzej Fidyk and Producer Torstein Grude. The interview was held at the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
An Interview with the Director and Writer of “Mustang Journey of transformation” Will Parrinello. The interview was held a the Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
Oscar-nominated actress Natalie Portman joined her business partner and film developer/new media entrepreneur Christine Aylward to discuss the launch of their new website, www.makingof.com, at a special event in the Filmmaker’s Lounge during the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. As they … Continue reading