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Academy Award Winner Dan Lindsay Shares His Story

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Academy Award documentation Dan Lindsey shares experiences and advice on filmmaking Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Zombeavers’


These zombie beavers, reminiscent of the creature feature horror films of the 80s go farther, seek more blood and return again and again because they never get enough. Is there enough blood in their prey to slake their thirst? You will be shocked into laughter finding out. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘1971’

Freedom of the press? Would any paper publish stolen documents that revealed illegal government activities? From the documentary 1971.

During the height of the Viet Nam War, 8 individuals broke into an FBI office and took hundreds of files. They created a media firestorm and disrupted the war machinery proving the government was massively spying on its own citizens in violation of the constitution. Who were these brave Americans? '1971' is a revelation and true account of why ordinary citizens did the extraordinary to safeguard a republic they believed in. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Now in the Wings on a World Stage’

Sam Mendes of the Bridge Project, director of Richard III.

Now in the Wings on a World Stage is an amazing documentary about The Bridge Project Theatre's journey bringing Richard III starring Kevin Spacey to cities around the globe. It is a one-of-a-kind journal chronicling the transatlantic cast and crew of British and American actors as they bring a spectacular live theatrical experience to the world stage. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′

The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Electro, Spider-Man

An amazing way to kick off the season in high-flying, web-slinging action. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Starred Up’

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'Starred Up' is a gritty, realistic prison drama from the UK which enjoyed its US Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: Audience Award Winner ‘Chef’

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When Chef Carl Casper quits his job, he cannot get another job because he refuses to manage the viral social media fallout between himself and food critic Ramsey Michel. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘In Order of Disappearance’

In Order of Disappearance Tribeca

'In Order of Disappearance' is a brilliant, sardonic, suspense narrative about one man's attempt to avenge his son's murder. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Bright Days Ahead’

Bright Days Ahead Tribeca Film Festival

"Bright Days Ahead" is a humorous and engaging exploration of finding new meaning in the next step of life's passages. Read More »

Tribeca Film Festival: ‘Night Moves’

Jesse Eisenberg in Night Moves

Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard give fine performances in 'Night Moves' a narrative feature that enjoyed its US Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2014 Read More »