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Juries Selected for 17th Annual Tribeca Film Festival April 18-29

The members of 10 juries, reflecting the tone and texture of the annual cultural showcase celebrating storytelling in film, television, virtual reality, music and games, will be tasked with honoring the new works of emerging and established members of the creative community with unique art awards and cash prizes as they present their works at the annual Festival.

Hunter Has Heart

Hunter Has Heart, a cohort-based volunteer experience with a substantive out-of-classroom learning component, aims to develop student leadership skills and to empower students with the relevant knowledge and project-based experience to make a practical impact in their local community.

PolitiFact

PolitiFact is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and others who speak up in American politics.

17th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Brings Small Screen Storytelling to The Big Screen …

The 2018 Tribeca Film Festival, supported by AT&T, will debut highly anticipated TV shows and introduce audiences to online storytellers without boundaries in its Tribeca TV and N.O.W. (New Online Work) sections. Those will includes 18 shows made up of eight series premieres, three season premieres, one mid-season premiere, two feature documentaries and five indie pilots.

Big, Big Happenings at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival

Steven Spielberg’s masterpiece, Schindler’s List, which won seven Oscars®, will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a special post-screening conversation with Spielberg and actors Liam Neeson, Sir Ben Kingsley, Embeth Davidtz, and more. Scarface, one of the most referenced films in pop culture, will celebrate its 35th anniversary with a screening and conversation with director Brian De Palma and actors Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Taylor Stanich Reviews Netflix’s Collateral, Says It’s a Must See

The story follows every step of detective Kip Glaspie’s investigation of what appears to be just another random street shooting. Glaspie – female, pregnant and will to stand up to her superiors – is played by Carrie Mulligan, who however, quickly senses an off beat tone of what other detectives and forensic types assume is a simple robbery-homicide