Tribeca Festival Returns With Highly Anticipated 'In The Heights' PremiereWashington Heights plays a big role in the story, helping shine a light and change the narrative about the community.
Tribeca Film Festival Opens June 9, Will Close In Front Of Full-Capacity Crowd At Radio City Music Hall, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe latest edition of the Tribeca Film Festival opens June 9 at the new park at Pier 76.
Movie Adaptation Of Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'In The Heights' Will Kick Off 2021 Tribeca Film FestivalIn a first at the 20th annual festival, the movie will be screened in all five boroughs at multiple outdoor venues.
'There Are Really Wonderful And Creative Films': Jane Rosenthal On 'We Are One: A Global Film Festival' & Robert De NiroThe film producer and co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival discusses the 10 day virtual film festival that begins on Friday, May 29 on YouTube.
'Being Black, The Sky Wasn't The Limit. Now It Is': Ryan Michelle Bathe On BET's 'First Wives Club,' Husband Sterling K. BrownBathe discusses her new show and marriage to one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
'Bring New Yorkers Together': Programmers Cara Cusumano & Liza Domnitz On 2019 Tribeca TV FestivalThe Tribeca TV Festival programmers preview the new shows premiering in NYC and the celebrities coming to speak in the Big Apple.
'The First Cyborgs Are Here': Filmmakers Taryn Southern & Elena Gaby Showcase Brain Implant Tech In 'I Am Human'Southern and Gaby chat about their new film "I Am Human" and the future of brain implant technology.
Claus Meyer & Michael Lei Talk 'A Taste Of Sky' & New York Food SceneMeyer and Lei discuss how they met and why they wanted make a film about a special restaurant in Bolivia.
Director Pamela Green: 'Alice Guy-Blaché Is Timeless'Green's new documentary tells the story of how Alice became the first female director in France and the U.S.
Michael Shannon & Meredith Danluck Talk 'State Like Sleep', Tribeca Film FestivalThe actor and director discuss their new movie and Shannon opens up about how a kid from Kentucky became an international star.
Best Spring Film Festivals In New YorkBecause movies are almost always better on the big screen . . .
De Niro On 'The Godfather:' It Changed My LifeFor legendary actor Robert De Niro, his portrayal of a young Vito Corleone led to his first Academy Award.
Killer Tide: 'Warning: This Drug May Kill You'In this HBO documentary, filmmaker Perri Peltz follows four families whose lives have been devastated by opioids.
On The Marc: Kobe Bryant Talks About His Retirement, Tribeca Debut Of ‘Dear Basketball’The animated short is based on Bryant’s poem that was published by “The Players’ Tribune” in November 2015, announcing his retirement from the game.
CityViews: What's In Store At This Year's Star-Studded Tribeca Film FestivalIn this installment of CityViews, Sharon Barnes-Waters sits down with Cara Cusumano, the Director of Programming for the Tribeca Film Festival, which kicks off next month.