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Tomorrow at Tribeca: Competition Opening Films, 'Mary Poppins,' and More

We're on our way to the Beacon Theater to see Nas performing live! Since the festivities are officially in full swing, here's what's going on tomorrow at TFF 2014.

VDKA 6100 is proud to bring you Tomorrow at Tribeca, an evening editorial series that highlights the next day’s TFF 2014 screenings, events, and panels.VDKA 6100 is dedicated to keeping movie lovers and Festival enthusiasts current on all the latest, breaking Festival news.  

We're on our way to TFF 2014 Opening Night at the Beacon Theatre,  co-sponsored by Hennessy V.S and Beats Music, supported by Heineken and Revolt! Before we go, we wanted to leave you with all the resources you need to plan your day tomorrow at TFF 2014.

First-time director Lou Howe's Gabriel starring Rory Culkin is opening the World Narrative Competition. The fascinating, fashion-focused Dior & I will be opening the World Documentary Competition while the hilarious vampirical love tale, Summer of Blood, directed by Onur Tukel is kicking off the Viewpoints section. Finally, opening the Midnight section - the hunters become the hunted in the terrifying backwoods thriller, Preservation

Have you secured your tickets? There's always the RUSH line...


"A spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down!" See the favorite classic, Mary Poppins on the big screen as part of the the Tribeca Drive-In® series, sponsored by AT&T and hosted by Brookfield Place

Try your luck in the rush line: Goodbye to All That, Art and Craft, Famous Nathan and About Alex.

Don’t have time to wait in the RUSH line? Tickets are still available for purchase for Alonso Ruizpalacios' impressive debut feature Güeros, the drug drama Ice Poison, and the genre bending Zero MotivationHurry because they will not last for very long!

What's Happening on Friday, April 18:

Like thought-provoking panels? Join The Dolby Institute and the industry's top sound designers as they cover what it really takes to craft sound for a film in Tribeca Talks® Industry: Dolby Institute- The Art of Sound Design & Music. Panelists include Academy Award® winning sound mixer Skip Lievsay (Gravity) and music supervisor Susan Jacobs (Silver Linings Playbook). Moderated by Glenn Kiser, Dolby Institute. This is a FREE event - no ticket is required. 

Next up is Tribeca Talks® Pen to Paper: Repercussions of Truth, focusing on how filmmakers decide what facts and events to put into a film and which to omit. Panelists include director John Dower (Slaying the Badger), directors Tyler Measom & Justin Weinstein (An Honest Liar), directors Sam Cullman & Jennifer Grausman (Art and Craft). Moderated by Gordon Cox of Variety. This FREE event does not require a ticket.

Our second night of the Tribeca Drive-In® series is Ron Howard's beachy New York comedy, Splash, celebrating it's 30-year anniversary. Come early for Tails of Glory (the award-winning dancers from the Coney Island Mermaid Parade) performing a rockin’ homage to cinema. Plus face-painting, food trucks and more!

Try your luck in the rush line: Life Partners, An Honest Liar, 1971, and Time is Illmatic.

Don’t have time to wait in the RUSH line? Tickets are still available for purchase for Match starring Patrick Stewart, the fascinating character study of Garnet Frost in Garnet's Gold, Onur Tukel's hilariously terrifying Summer of Blood,  and the intimate Georgian drama Brides. Hurry because they will not last for very long!


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