Looking for Alaska, a Hulu original series based on the John Green book of the same name, premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival on Sunday.
Tribeca Film Festival 2019
Director Nabil Elderkin uses his latest project, Gully, to skillfully lay out struggles men face in police patrolled neighborhoods, in one parent homes surrounded by gang violence and little inspiration.
At ‘Swallow’s Tribeca Film Festival world premiere, star Haley Bennett discussed the making of the project along with her costar Austin Stowell and writer/director Carlo Mirabella-Davis.
The documentary “Maiden” tells the story of a group of women overcoming incredible odds and intense sexism to compete in a race around the world.
A star-making performance from Jessie Buckley turns the oftentimes meandering Wild Rose into a must-see movie.
Farah X Talks Fashion, Entertainment, And Social Justice At ‘The Remix: Hip-Hop X Fashion’ Premiere At The Tribeca Film Festival
Co-Director and Editor of ‘The Remix: Hip-Hop X Fashion’ documentary, Farah X hopes audiences take in the need for women and people of color’s stories to shine across both the entertainment and fashion industries.
Tribeca Film Festival: The Star and Writer of ‘Yesterday’ Discuss the Beatles & More at the World Premiere
At the Tribeca Film Festival world premiere of the new Danny Boyle film ‘Yesterday,’ screenwriter Richard Curtis and new-coming star Himesh Patel talked about the film and what it meant to bring the Beatles to life in a brand new way.
Danny Boyle’s newest film ‘Yesterday’ is also maybe the weirdest that he has ever made… and that is saying a lot.
Writer and director Lara Jean Gallagher spoke with poise and hope for a day down the line where films featuring LGBTQ+ characters, are no longer bound to a genre, but provide an exciting story, regardless of who the audience is with the premiere of her recent narrative feature, ‘Clementine’, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival just last week.
Name a politically-charged issue, and the Sanford family has endured it all. Yet somehow, the charming family managed to emerge stronger and even more stoic than ever before in Davy Rothbart’s 20-years-in-the-making documentary, ‘17 Blocks’, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.