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2013 Tribeca Film Festival Announces Selections for Spotlight, Midnight and New Storyscapes Sections, and Special Screenings

2013 Tribeca Film Festival Announces Selections for Spotlight, Midnight and New Storyscapes Sections, and Special Screenings

The Tribeca Film Festival has announced its feature film selections in the Spotlight and Midnight sections, projects in the new Storyscapes section and Special Screenings. The 12th edition of the Festival will take place from April 17 to April 28 in New York City. The Spotlight section features 33 films — 21 narratives and 12

NYC PictureStart Film Festival Visits South Africa

Founded in 2002, NYC PictureStart Film Festival showcases short films from all over the world from emerging filmmakers as well as those already established in the industry. Films of all genres are accepted and those chosen for screening competition display a high-level of artistic excellence. Every June, the NYCPSFF is held for filmmakers to screen

2013 Tribeca Film Festival Announces World Narrative & Documentary Competition + Viewpoints Titles

The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival have announced the World Narrative and Documentary Competition film selections, along with selections for the out-of-competition Viewpoints section, which highlights unique, personal stories and diverse filmmakers in international and independent cinema. Forty-six of the 89 feature-length films were announced as part of the 12th edition of the Festival, which will

Epic Docu-Drama ‘A Rubberband is an Unlikely Instrument’ Opens @ reRun Theater – Feb 8th

An eccentric Brooklyn musician navigates his family’s course on the fringes of a new American landscape. Walter Baker is struggling to maintain balance between creating art alongside the daily trials of making ends meet and raising a twelve year old son with his poet third wife. The film is an immersive meditation on possibly one

Interview: Matt Boyd (Director – ‘A Rubberband is an Unlikely Instrument’)

An eccentric Brooklyn musician navigates his family’s course on the fringes of a new American landscape. Walter Baker is struggling to maintain balance between creating art alongside the daily trials of making ends meet and raising a twelve year old son with his poet third wife. The film is an immersive meditation on possibly one

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