Tribeca Film Festival

Photo

This 72-Year-Old Takes Wacky, Wonderful Photos of Life in the Deep South

Jane Rule Burdine is the subject of a new documentary directed by the Bennett Sisters.
Kelsey and Rémy Bennett
4.20.18
style

These Celebrity Photos from the Early 2000s Are Proof You're Getting Old

Highlights from the early years of the Tribeca Film Festival include Frances McDormand in a bucket hat and Tom Cruise climbing an SUV.
Emerson Rosenthal
Kara Weisenstein
4.18.18
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Rachel Dolezal's Son Speaks Out About His Mom in a New Netflix Doc

'The Rachel Divide' will center on Dolezal's controversy and the people in her life who got dragged into it.
River Donaghey
3.8.18
Legends

Why My Grandma Loves Barbra Streisand (And You Should Too)

If your only point of reference is that one Duck Sauce song, you need to reassess.
Kara Weisenstein
5.11.17
Film

25 Years Later, The ‘Reservoir Dogs’ Reunite at Tribeca Film Festival

Mr. Blonde, White, Orange, Pink, and Quentin Tarantino talk about making the film and how audience reactions have changed since its release.
Ben Polsky
5.2.17
Film

80-Year-Old Artist 'Hilda' Shines in a New Documentary

The Tribeca Film Festival premiere takes on issues of gentrification, lifelong creativity, and the art world’s disregard for aging artists.
Sami Emory
5.1.17
virtual reality

The Future of Virtual Reality Smells Like Dirt

Three groups at Tribeca Film Festival incorporated smell into their VR films.
Beckett Mufson
4.27.17
street art

Before Banksy and Basquiat, There Was Shadowman

Premiering at Tribeca Film Festival, ‘Shadowman’ is a documentary about the incredible talent and struggles of pioneering street artist Richard Hambleton.
DJ Pangburn
4.21.17
Art

8 High School Students Got the Chance to Shoot Polaroids in Daniel Arsham’s Studio

Last week the artist invited eight students from the Henry Street Settlement to tour his massive Long Island City studio.
Andrew Nunes
10.18.16
Film

New York’s Last Phone Booth Bids a Defiant Adieu

Tribeca-acclaimed short film 'Dead Ringer' lets a crotchety old payphone eulogize itself.
Shana Nys Dambrot
5.28.16
Film

The Year’s Most Beautiful Skate Film Takes Place on a Frozen Beach in Norway

We spoke to the filmmaker Jørn Nyseth Ranum about the stunning 'Northbound. '
Catherine Chapman
5.19.16
Film

The ‘Egyptian Jon Stewart’ Takes Us Inside the Arab Spring and Its Aftermath

We met the famous surgeon-turned-satirist and subject of the new documentary <i>Tickling Giants</i>.
Kaleem Aftab
5.11.16
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