From April 24 through May 2, the Insider Center will become the Festival’s backstage, giving American Express® Cardmembers access to complimentary After-Movie Events, Film Oriented Discussions, and Shorts Screenings. In addition, Cardmembers have access to ongoing hospitality. American Express Card and proof of Festival attendance required (e.g. Festival ticket stub or badge.) Reserve your space for select events.
Returning to the Tribeca Film Festival for a second time is Grammy-nominated music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas, who owns Chop Shop Music Supervision and recently launched her music label Chop Shop Records. Patsavas will curate Breaking the Band, an exclusive live music showcase featuring The Hold Steady, The Virgins, Republic Tigers, and Bad Veins on Friday, May 2 at Webster Hall. |Read MoreMusic
Although inspired by a monument of cinematic stasis, Andy Warhol's eight-hour Empire (1964), this new three-hour experiment is an astonishingly beautiful and unexpectedly lively tone poem paying unforgettable tribute to the sights and sounds of the mythical, magical place called Manhattan. |Read MoreDocumentary, Music
These short shorts-conceived, written, directed by, and featuring Isabella Rossellini (who co-directed with Jody Shapiro)-provide a comical but insightful glimpse at how bugs and insects "make love." See them all together preceding My Winnipeg and in pairs (naturally!) before selected features. |Read MoreFemale Director(s)
Looking for something different, how about a little mystery? To unlock tickets to the Hidden Cinema - solve three puzzles, which can be obtained by following @HendricksGin and @Tribeca on social media. Not only will you gain access in to the mysterious world of the Hidden Cinema, but you will also secure admission to a secret soiree afterwards. Did we mention there will be complimentary tipples and nourishments? May the most curious minds be in attendance. |Read More
The title of Grammy-winner Gloria Estefan's latest album, 90 Millas,
refers to the distance between Cuba and southern Florida, a region that
has become synonymous with Latin culture. At the core of that culture is
its music, and Gloria's husband Emilio captured the blood, sweat and
tears that went into the new record in this very intimate film about the
What is there to say except "restored at last." Sergio Leone's breathtakingly beautiful and unforgettable film, as much an opera as it is a Western, has been both adored and reviled since its initial release, but it has been almost impossible to see the way it was intended to be seen-—until now. |Read MoreDrama
Can a photograph change the world? Can an exposé also be a coverup? In Standard Operating Procedure,
Academy Award®-winning director Errol Morris turns the camera on the American soldiers who took the
infamous Abu Ghraib photographs.
Almost 20 years ago, Chazz Palminteri wrote and starred in an Off-Broadway play based on his experiences growing up in the ’60s on the gritty streets of the Bronx. One man knew how best to bring Chazz’s remarkable story to the screen: Robert De Niro. The film, which marked De Niro’s directorial debut, follows a young man whose life is guided by two father figures, played by De Niro and Palminteri. Following the screening, De Niro and Palminteri will discuss how this powerful one-man stage show made it to the silver screen.
***Note: This event is NOT open to badgeholders*** ***Talent is subject to availability*** |Read More
Join filmmaker and “Thriller” video director John Landis for a special 25th anniversary screening of Michael Jackson's epic 1984 music video, plus the classic Making of Thriller. Learn the Thriller dance and take part in the world's largest zombie disco. Become a zombie at the Thriller face-painting station. Cast your ballot at our Michael Jackson look-alike contest. We're kicking off the evening with a classic Solid Gold Dance Party. . . and bringing out the ghouls as soon as the sun goes down. |Read More
Kubrick's 2001 caught the imagination of a generation with its near-hallucinatory depiction of space, artificial intelligence, and the human condition. The 40th anniversary of this film finds us once again confronting profound questions about the effects these things have had on our culture and our future. Sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which has partnered with Tribeca since 2002 as part of a nationwide effort to create more realistic and compelling stories about science and technology, including the new TFI Sloan Filmmaker Fund. Visit the Tribeca Film Institute website for more info. |Read More