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Watch ‘Misery Loves Comedy’ & More TFF 2015 Movies From Home

Couldn’t make it to this year’s Tribeca Film Festival? Watch three official selections from home on iTunes today.

Not everyone can travel to New York City for the Tribeca Film Festival. Not all New Yorkers can attend all the screenings they would like. Not everyone likes to see movies in the theaters. Luckily, our friends at Tribeca Film are here to help.

TFF enthusiasts will remember that Tribeca Film was launched as a distribution company during our 2010 Festival. Tribeca Film has released a trio of current TFF titles so that audiences across the country can experience movies that everyone in NYC have been talking about.

Misery Loves Comedy, Hyena and Far From Men are now available On Demand across all major cable providers and digital platforms, such as iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, Xbox, Google Play, and YouTube Rentals.

Misery Loves Comedy
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Now Playing in Select Theaters

Actor/comedian Kevin Pollak makes his directorial debut with the hilarious, but often poignant, documentary, Misery Loves Comedy. Featuring candid and insightful interviews with over 60 comedians, actors and creators like Jimmy Fallon, Tom Hanks, Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, Larry David, Judd Apatow and Lisa Kudrow, the film provides a definitive master class on the art of humor and is essential viewing for any comedy fan.

Now Available on iTunes and On Demand
Now Playing in Select Theaters

Starring Peter Ferdinando, Neil Maskell and Boardwalk Empire’s Stephen Graham, this brutal cop thriller from across the pond follows a corrupt police officer struggling with addiction as he attempts to navigate both sides of London’s criminal underworld. Writer/director Gerard Johnson’s sophomore feature—set to a dynamic score by new wave legends The The—paints a gripping neon-colored portrait of a man well past redemption.

Far From Men
Now Available on iTunes and On Demand
Now Playing in Select Theaters

Viggo Mortenson shows off his French language skills in David Oelhoffen’s compelling story of survival in Far From Men. Mortenson shines as Daru, a reclusive teacher caught up in the Algerian War who is forced to escort a villager accused of murder (international star Reda Kateb) to prison across hostile territory. To finish their journey, the two men must learn to rely on one another in this tense study of political and personal sacrifices in war time. Music fans should note that Nick Cave and Warren Ellis of Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds wrote the original soundtrack for the film.


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