Category: Tribeca Film Festival 2017

SUPER DARK TIMES Film Review, Tribeca Film Festival 2017

  Director: Kevin Phillips Writers: Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski Starring: Owen Campbell, Charlie Tahan, Elizabeth Cappuccino, Max Talisman, Sawyer Barth, Amy Hargreaves Early in the movie, a scene of a dying deer that inexplicably crashed into a school in…

FOR AHKEEM Film Review, Tribeca Film Festival 2017

USA Documentary 90 Minutes Tribeca Film Festival, April 19 to April 30 For Ahkeem Trailer from Weissman Studio on VimeoThe death of unarmed Black teenager Mike Brown at the hands of police is the sociopolitical background of this coming-of-age documentary…

Kadia Goba Reviews DEAR BASKETBALL at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

By Kadia Goba, Senior Editor and Special Correspondent   Former L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant brings to life his nearly 2-year-old farewell letter to basketball. Much like his b-ball endeavors, Black Mamba doesn’t hold back in the production of this six-minute…

Tribeca Film Festival Immersive Arcade 2017

By James Kelly, Senior Editor and Special Correspondent May 4, 2017 Virtual Reality’s ability to immerse its audience into 360 degree worlds appeals to untold millions, even people who are otherwise uninterested in computer software or video games, and, thusly,…

2017 Tribeca Film Festival Stats Are, Well, Staggering

From April 19 to April 30, TFF presented 97 features, 57 short films, 31 immersive storytelling projects, 15 television shows, and 16 N.O.W. (New Online Work) projects from 42 countries, and more than 153,000 people engaged 531 screenings, talks and…

PSYCHOPATHS @ the Tribeca Film Festival

April 30, 2017 85 Minutes This movie creeped me out. The savage wit behind its levity took the edge off any semblance of verisimilitude, not that it was ever any intended, and that, thank the gods, kept me from being…

Kadia Goba Reviews BLAME at the Tribeca Film Festival

By Kadia Goba Senior Editor and Special Correspondent April 30, 2017 An interesting theme twist of mean girls meets an all-too-familiar taboo plot polished off with unexpected poetic justice. BLAME’s writer seems to purposely add a twist to a predictable…

Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award Winners

Announced this evening: THE DIVINE ORDER (Die göttliche Ordnung), directed and written by Petra Volpe, won the Narrative award and HONDROS, directed by Greg Campbell, written by Greg Campbell and Jenny Golden, was chosen for the Documentary award. Each award…

Tribeca Film Festival Media Credential Notification for WORD Senior Editors Kadia Goba, James Kelly

Edited for style by Gregg Morris To: Senior Editor Kadia Goba, Senior Editor James Kelly Dear Kadia, James, Thank you for your interest in covering and participating in the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T. We are pleased to…