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Kadia Goba Reviews GILBERT, 2017 Tribeca Film Festival Documentary Review

By Senior Editor and Special Correspondent Kadia Goba April 29, 2017 96 Minutes World Premiere   Director Neil Berkeley’s profiles an aging yet spry stand-up comedian in an unique approach to documenting professionals confronted with lifestyle changes brought on by…

James Kelly at the Tribeca Games Festival

By Senior Editor and Special Correspondent James Kelly The Tribeca Games Festival will host panel discussions April 29 featuring the writers and creators of some of the most influential games in the industry. Besides a discussion with the legendary creator…

These “United” States of America

By Contributing Editor Andrew Henry Pictures by Andrew Henry Our country is beset with many problems, so, whom should we blame? The President? Congress? How do we make that united in the United States of America really have significance during…

VR, Gaming at the Tribeca Film Festival

By Senior Editor and Tribeca Film Festival Special Correspondent James Kelly The gaming industry is a new media frontier, the crest of the wave brought about by the Internet and computer generated animated films. Its contributions to story telling and…

Legendary Game Creator Hideo Kojima at Inaugural Tribeca Games Festival, April 28-29, 2017

By Gregg Morris, April 11, 2017   Festival to Open with Mura Masa Concert, Feature Keynote Conversations with Max Payne Creator Sam Lake and BioShock Director/Writer Ken Levine Plus Talks On Overwatch, Firewatch, the Watch Dogs Universe and Much More…

Tribeca Film Festival and the Atlantic Announce Finalists for Tribeca X Award

By Gregg Morris The Tribeca Film Festival  – through its in-house content studio, Atlantic Re:think – has announced the finalists for the second annual Tribeca X Award. Ten finalists, 9 short films and 1 Virtual Reality project were selected from…

Tribeca Film Festival 2017 TV Lineup

By Gregg Morris   Featuring 15 shows including five series premieres, four season premieres, three independent pilots, one feature documentary, and one very special sneak peek. Highlights include: World Premieres for new series: Hulu’s highly anticipated The Handmaid’s Tale, followed…

U.N. Commemorates 10th Annual International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade

The transatlantic slave trade was the largest forced migration in history, and undeniably one of the most inhumane. The extensive exodus of Africans spread to many areas of the world over a 400-year period and was unprecedented in the annals…

Tribeca Film Festival 2017 N.O.W. Lineup

The N.O.W. Showcase is a curated selection of 10 independent online creators’ latest work representative of the industry’s freshest voices and most original forms of storytelling, all invited to showcase their latest work on TribecaFilm.com and at a screening as…

And the Semester Begins … Without the Flu!

By Caitlin Munson Classes began January 30, and Matthew Cavanagh, 21, said he had no idea what to expect for the upcoming months. “My first few days have been good, no complaints,” said Cavanagh, dressed in a blue shirt, khaki…