Tribeca Film Festival
Sophia Nahli Allison's film reimagines the life of Latasha Harlins, the 15-year-old whose death was a catalyst for the LA riots, but who is rarely mentioned outside of that context.
In this episode of 'In Bed With Diana Tourjée', actress Alia Shawkat talks to us about "Duck Butter," her new film in which two women decide to have sex with each other once an hour for 24 hours.
Jane Rule Burdine is the subject of a new documentary directed by the Bennett Sisters.
Highlights from the early years of the Tribeca Film Festival include Frances McDormand in a bucket hat and Tom Cruise climbing an SUV.
'The Rachel Divide' will center on Dolezal's controversy and the people in her life who got dragged into it.
If your only point of reference is that one Duck Sauce song, you need to reassess.
Between five feature films debuting in 2017, the "Flower" star sat down with Broadly to discuss preparing for the role of a free-spirited 17-year-old who scams older men.
We talked to director Daniel Kaufman about the film that chronicles the rise of the Bad Boy empire.
Mr. Blonde, White, Orange, Pink, and Quentin Tarantino talk about making the film and how audience reactions have changed since its release.
The Tribeca Film Festival premiere takes on issues of gentrification, lifelong creativity, and the art world’s disregard for aging artists.
Three groups at Tribeca Film Festival incorporated smell into their VR films.