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Once envisioned to revolutionize the at-home entertainment experience, VR has not entered homes the way industry pioneers once expected. In response, a new distribution model is emerging: boundary pushing large-scale, location-based experiences. This panel will explore the industry shift with those at the vanguard: distributor Coline Delbaere with the DV Group, MWM Immersive producer Ethan Stearns (War Remains), and Atlas V producer Antoine Cayrol (Ayahuasca). Moderated by Loren Hammonds, Senior Programmer Film & Immersive. |Read More
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An often-perceived limitation of virtual reality is the isolated and often-singular viewer experience. The artists on this panel will discuss how their work advances MR and immersive technology, connecting participants through shared environments and interactions in unique and unprecedented ways. At the forefront of this movement are project creators Adam May (A Drop in the Ocean), Lucy Hammond (Traitor) and May Abdalla and Amy Rose (The Collider); together, they will discuss how they’re revolutionizing the audience experience. |Read More
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FUTURE OF FILM – THE ART OF ADAPTATION

  • Release Year: 2019
  • Runtime: 60 minutes
Adaptation is a foundational arm of storytelling, breathing new life into an existing tale. It’s also one of the most complex and difficult tasks to do well; many try and few succeed. This conversation will center on new how new technology informs the process of adaptation: what considerations and approaches do these artists take to bring their adapted stories into Virtual Reality? Join Doctor Who: The Runaway creator Mathias Chelebourgh, who brought the beloved BBC series to Virtual Reality, along with Pete Billington and Jessica Shamash, who’ve adapted Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean’s work into the immersive story, Wolves in the Walls: It’s All Over. |Read More

FUTURE OF FILM LUNCH SERIES - APRIL 23

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: USA
Annie Correal (Head of Community at Cowbird) and Jigar Mehta (director of 18 Days in Egypt) will present projects that are helping redefine how people are using digital technology to tell stories and discuss what this means for the future of filmmaking. |Read More

FUTURE OF FILM LUNCH SERIES - APRIL 24

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: USA
From the definitive crowd-funding community to one of the fastest growing co-creation and publishing platforms, Kickstarter and Tumblr have made supporting the film community vital to their business. Elisabeth Holm (Director of Kickstarter's film program) and David Karp (Founder of Tumblr) will present the latest from these two market leaders and how their future will contribute to the future of film. |Read More

FUTURE OF FILM LUNCH SERIES - APRIL 25

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: USA
As successful entrepreneurs and film and television producers, Ricky Van Veen (founder of CollegeHumor) and Jason Blum (producer of the Paranormal Activity franchise) will share their thoughts on the future of film, exploring the topics of production, distribution, their experience with new storytelling techniques, and beyond.

Followed by: a presentation by Rob Altman, manager of Camera-Video Marketing in the Imaging Technologies & Communications Group at Canon, who will discuss the future of filmmaking technology and Project Imagin8ion, the first photo contest to inspire a Hollywood film. After the talk, they will screen when you find me, the Ron Howard production directed by Bryce Dallas Howard, which was the first film shot using Canon C300 cameras.

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FUTURE OF FILM LUNCH SERIES - APRIL 26

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 90 minutes
  • Country: USA
As successful entrepreneurs and media/internet executives, Andrew Weissman (Co-Founder of Betaworks and Partner at Union Square Ventures) and Jason Hirschhorn (Curator @MediaReDEF) will speak openly about the future of film, exploring the topics of business models, new platforms, distribution, funding trends and our constantly changing media landscape.

James Lawler, independent producer of Don't Let Me Drown and The Lottery and founder of Constellation , and a special guest will discuss the current state of independent filmmaking, their moves into digital technology, and the emerging markets of crowd-sourced theatrical screenings, and data-driven distribution.

*We are sad to report that Ted Hope had to pull out of the event due to a film scheduling conflict.

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FUTURE WEATHER

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Directed By: Jenny Deller
  • Country: USA
Abandoned by her dreamer single mom, a teenage loner becomes obsessed with ecological disaster, forcing her and her grandmother, a functioning alcoholic, to rethink their futures. Inspired by a New Yorker article on global warming, Future Weather uses the refuge of science and the environment as a backdrop to examine the intertwining lives of three generations of women. Starring Lili Taylor, Amy Madigan, and Perla Haney-Jardine, this film received support from the Tribeca Film Institute's TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund partnership with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. |Read More
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GOOD WILL HUNTING SLOAN RETROSPECTIVE SCREENING CONVERSATION

  • Release Year: 1997
  • Runtime: 127 minutes
  • Directed By: Gus van Sant
Will Hunting (Academy Award®-winner Matt Damon) is a math genius working at MIT as a janitor. After another run-in with the law, Will is taken under the wing of a psychology professor (Academy Award®-winner Robin Williams). Join director Gus Van Sant, Stellan Skarsgard, scientist Paul Browde, World Science Festival co-founder Brian Greeneand more after the movie. Presented by the Tribeca Film Institute. |Read More

GRANDMA, A THOUSAND TIMES

Teta Fatima is the 83-year-old matriarch of the Kaabour family and the sharp-witted queen bee of an old Beiruti quarter. This playful magical-realist documentary looks at Fatima's larger-than-life character as she struggles to cope with the silence of her once-buzzing house and imagines what awaits her beyond death.

After the Movie: The Doha Film Institute is pleased to invite New York audiences to celebrate Arab cinema with a special screening of the 2010 Doha Tribeca Film Festival Award Winner for Best Documentary, followed by a discussion on how the current uprisings in the Middle East region will affect the storytelling, production, and distribution of Arab films in North America and around the world. Panelists include director Mahmoud Kaabour and others. Moderated by international film consultant (France-Canada) Hayet Benkara. |Read More
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