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Tribeca Film On Demand Now!

You can now watch films premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival before they screen in New York! Make the most of Tribeca Film On Demand—we'll tell you how...

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Tribeca Film, in partnership with American Express®, brings you the best of independent film (including titles from the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival) wherever you are.


Not only does today mark the start of the 10th Tribeca Film Festival, but it is also the first day the new slate of Tribeca Film movies will become available On Demand in over 40 million homes across the country. (Look for your cable/satellite/telco provider here.)


What does this mean for you? It means you can watch films from Tribeca whereever you are.

What’s playing?


Tribeca Film On Demand starts today with six films, including four that are screening at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. (Click each title for all the details.) New titles will appear every six to eight weeks year round.


The Bang-Bang Club


The Bang Bang Club


Last Night


Last Night






The Bleeding House


Zach Braff in The High Cost of Living


The High Cost of Living



Brother’s Justice


We’ve compiled some suggestions to make the most of your Tribeca Film On Demand experience, and we’d love to hear your ideas as well.


Watch FREE Bonus features


Each of the six films launching today has at least one piece of bonus material, be it a deleted scene, interview with the director, behind-the-scenes footage, and other ‘making of’ materials.


Organize a ‘live viewing’ of a particular title with your friends on social media


Celebrities are doing it. Politicians are doing it. It seems these days you’re not participating in something cool unless you’re live-tweeting or posting updates to Facebook about it while it’s happening. So... organize with a few friends, sync up on the time that you’re going to watch, and let the dialogue begin! It doesn’t matter if you’re in Boston and your friends are in Denver, San Francisco, or Austin—you’ll all be watching the film together.


Plan a ‘movie date night’ without leaving the house


Sometimes life just gets too busy, and try as you might, you and your significant other haven’t made it to a movie theater in months. Don’t fret! You can plan a date night in your own living room and see a new release before it’s in theaters. Or you can invite your friends over for a movie night and make your own popcorn.


These are just a few of the ideas we’ve been kicking around to get the most out of Tribeca Film On Demand. Do you have any suggestions of your own? We’d love to hear them!


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