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Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Curtain Raiser: What to See / Part 2

Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Curtain Raiser: What to See / Part 2

Following up on my previous What-to-See article, which focused on Archival Movies at Tribeca Film Festival, I am listing a few more Top Picks that I could not exclude. Here are some films that grabbed my attention during the pre-festival screenings, and which you cannot fail in seeing. I am recommending two Magic Realism films that are beautiful and dramatic, and two Activism films that are urgently important. Plus, one of the several Music Documentaries that I haven’t seen but is sure to be a winner.

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Tribeca Film Festival 2019 Curtain Raiser: What to See / Archival Movies

It’s Spring in New York and that means one thing to cinephiles: Tribeca Film Festival. I will offer a select list of films that fall into a category defined by my own tangled and perhaps questionable perspective: Archival Movies. This seems to be an unofficial theme this year – films that begin and end with images of VCR tapes or microfilm, drawers full of old photographs or scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, etc. Archival materials are typical components of well-researched documentaries (and TFF is always wonderfully rich with documentaries), but this year the focus seems to be as much about the archival material itself as it is the subject of that material.

2019 Tribeca Film Festival Announces Feature Film Lineup

The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, today unveiled its feature film lineup. Continuing its tradition of elevating exceptional storytelling rooted in today’s global film communities, the 18th annual Festival will showcase debut works from emerging talent and new works from notable filmmakers. The program includes discoveries, comedies, music-centered, political and social films. The 2019 Tribeca Film Festival takes place April 24 – May 5.

Tribeca Film Festival 2019: Closing Night, Special Anniversary Screenings, and Galas

The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced today that Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle’s Yesterday, from Universal Pictures and Working Title, will world premiere as the closing night selection of the Festival’s 18th edition. Tribeca also announced this year’s Gala Anniversaries, including a never-before-seen restored version of Francis Ford Coppola’s cinematic masterpiece, Apocalypse Now, and the 30th anniversary and cast reunion of the iconic ‘80s coming-of-age film Say Anything… There will be additional Galas with the world premiere of Between Me and My Mind about Phish lead singer Trey Anastasio, followed by a special musical performance by the Trey Anastasio Band at the Beacon Theatre, as well as Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival opener The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

Las 25 mejores películas latinoamericanas del 2018

Las 25 producciones seleccionadas de Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, México, Paraguay, Perú, República Dominicana y Venezuela, competirán en la 9a edición de los Premios Cinema Tropical.   Cinema Tropical, la organización sin fines de lucro líder en la presentación de cine latinoamericano en los Estados Unidos, anuncia su segunda selección anual de las mejores películas latinoamericanas del año,

The H Collective Launches First-Ever Global Film Competition to Produce Full-Length Feature Film – “if24”

May 3, 2018 – For Immediate Release: The H Collective, a premier production house in Los Angeles, launches its first-ever, global film competition, if24, today. Anyone with a mobile phone, anywhere in the world, can participate in the competition by entering online at www.if24.com. Along with a team of Hollywood’s leading producers and filmmakers The H Collective will make one winning film into a feature film.

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