Tribeca Film Festival 2015

Film

Remembering Albert Maysles and His Beautiful, Empathetic Documentaries

Although the pioneer of cinema verite is gone, we've got two new works by him—"Iris" and In "Transit"—to pore over and keep his memory alive.
Deenah Vollmer
5.6.15
Film

'Montage of Heck' Is a 'Film About Our Whole Generation,' Says Director Brett Morgen

The director and Courtney Love spoke onstage about truth, love, and "Cobain's disease" after a screening at the Tribeca Film Festival.
James Yeh
4.21.15
Film

'Havana Motor Club' Looks at the Glory and Ingenuity Behind Cuba's Underground Drag Racing Scene

We met the director, one of the film's stars, and Cuba's top racing journalist for a candid conversation about the state of auto racing in Cuba.
Brandon Harris
4.20.15
Film

George Lucas and Stephen Colbert Hung Out Last Week and Talked About Filmmaking and Francis Ford Coppola

The legendary Star Wars creator revealed his iconoclastic nature while also claiming to have made <i>American Graffiti</i> on a dare from Francis Ford Coppola.
Ryan Britt at VICE
4.18.15
Film

George Lucas and Stephen Colbert Hung Out Yesterday and Talked About Filmmaking and Francis Ford Coppola

The legendary Star Wars creator revealed his iconoclastic nature while also claiming to have made <i>American Graffiti</i> on a dare from Francis Ford Coppola.
Ryan Britt
4.18.15
Art

I Got Lost Inside a 6,000 Square Foot Labyrinth at Tribeca Film Festival

'Door into the Dark,' an "interactive, aural documentary experience” at TFF's Storyscapes, offers participants the chance to explore what it means to be lost.
Katherine Tarpinian
4.17.15
Stuff

Constance Baker Motley Is the Civil Rights Movement's Unsung Heroine

A new documentary about lawyer, judge, and state senator Constance Baker Motley profiles her life's work as a courageous and unprecedented champion for civil rights.
Dale Meghan Healey
4.17.15