Tribeca 2013: Spotlight And Midnight Sections Announced, RABIES Directors' Next BIG BAD WOLVES Set To Premiere

Yesterday we brought you word of the 12th Annual Tribeca Film Festival's World Narrative and World Documentary Competition films, plus the always intriguing Viewpoints section. Today we've got wind of their crackling Midnight lineup, Spotlight films, the Special Screenings, and... More »
  

Tribeca 2013 Looks Into The Future, Unveils Their World Narrative And Doc Lineups

Yes, Sundance, Slamdance and Berlin are barely behind us, and SXSW hasn't even started yet, but here we are, friends: the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival is looming ever near... near being April. April 17th - 28th to be exact. In... More »
  

Finally! A RESOLUTION You Can Keep This January 25th!

Good news for anyone unable to catch horror hit Resolution on the festival circuit. Tribeca Film will release the film On Demand on January 23rd (cable VOD, iTunes, Amazon Watch Instantly, VUDU, and more) and in select theaters beginning January 25th.... More »
  

Review: JACK & DIANE, A Dark Romance With Little Bite

The practice of transposing horror elements for the use of visual metaphors and nightmares in a film which is more or less a drama isn't a new thing. We at Twitch come across films that aren't quite full on horror... More »
  

Hot Docs 2012 Interview: Winnifred Bonjean-Alpart of SEXY BABY

The temptation in the headline above is to say "Winnifred Bonjean-Alpart... the star of Sexy Baby." But aside from the fact that docs don't really have stars, she's also just one of the three subjects of Ronna Gradus and Jill... More »
  

Tribeca 2012: All Wrapped Up

Everyone knows a New York minute is a snap faster than your average minute, so while it's only been less than 48 hours since the 11th annual edition of the Tribeca Film Festival ended, Manhattan has surely moved on, washing... More »
  

Tribeca 2012: The RESOLUTION Boys Say Goodbye to Tribeca (and Possibly the World)

Well, last night Tribeca came to a close with a screening of The Avengers -- that quaint little indie flick about a group of misfits doing misfitty things. We here at Twitch aren't quite done with the festival yet. Tomorrow... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: Alex de la Iglesia's AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT

Iberian rapscallion Alex de la Iglesia returns with AS LUCK WOULD HAVE IT, yet another darkly comic exercise in capricious causality. His previous film, THE LAST CIRCUS, is pretty popular around these parts, although it does have its detractors (namely,... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Interview: Boris Rodriguez of EDDIE - THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL

Of all the films I've seen this year at Tribeca -- and the tally is starting to add up -- none brings a smile to my face faster than Eddie - The Sleepwalking Cannibal. And I'm guessing I'm not the... More »
  

Tribeca 2012: War Fable WAR WITCH Wins Top Prize

There's still a full three days left at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, but in making sure folks get a chance to see the actual award winners, the jury have announced their choices in the World Narrative and Doc Competitions... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Interview: Justin Benson and Aaron Scott Moorhead of RESOLUTION

I'll tell you what kind of guys Messrs. Benson and Moorhead are, in addition, of course, to being the co-directors of one of Tribeca's breakout hits this year, Resolution. When I met them a couple of days ago in the... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: Amir Naderi's CUT And The Healing Power of Cinema

To my fellow cinephiles: In times of trouble, in moments of great doubt, when it seems like the world won't listen, or we can't hear, but whatever way it is, it all seems like it'll come crashing down, have we... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: THE FOURTH DIMENSION

I came for the Korine. I stayed for the FAUNS. THE FOURTH DIMENSION is a triptych of vignettes all loosely centered around the titular theme of space and time. Produced in part by Eddy Moretti of VICE magazine, the film... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: PLANET OF SNAIL

My personal favorite of all the films I've viewed at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Seung-Jun Yi's mesmerizing and lovely documentary Planet of Snail slowly and patiently reveals to us the dimensions of the love story at its center. The... More »
  

Is There More BLACK DYNAMITE In Our Future?

Michael Jai White spoke about his future plans while at the premier of Freaky Deaky at Tribeca the other night. And if all goes well we may have another Black Dynamite film! "We hope to shoot 'Black Dynamite 2' at the end of... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: CONSUMING SPIRITS, Hard Times in Animated Appalachia

Every frame in Chris Sullivan's American Gothic saga aches and echoes from a place of unique artistry, meticulous craftsmanship and great imagination. And though most viewers will remember Consuming Spirits for its always inventive, lovingly hand-crafted animation, which consists of... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: JOURNEY TO PLANET X

Who doesn't love a good doc about the trials and tribulations of the aspiring filmmaker? I'm not talking your Heart of Darknesses or Burden of Dreamses, as classic as those films are. I'm talking VHS Kahloucha, Audience of One, and... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: RUBBERNECK

Actor and director Alex Karpovsky has been a fixture in the past few years in low-budget American indies, many of which have fallen under the rubric (though I hate the term) of "mumblecore." In many of these films, both directed... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: In REPLICAS Hysteria Isn't Always Enough

The sense of dread and terror first time director Jeremy Power Regimbal sets in the opening moments of Replicas is potent, and remains so, until that creeping, crawling something-is-a-miss turns into out and out hysteria by the film's mid-point. It... More »
  

Tribeca 2012 Review: FRANCOPHRENIA (OR DON'T KILL ME, I KNOW WHERE THE BABY IS)

The symbiotic relationship between celebrities and their adoring public is an interesting one. And it's films like James Franco's FRANCOPHRENIA (OR PLEASE DON'T MAKE ME TYPE OUT THE FULL TITLE EVERY TIME) that force me to consider my own role... More »
  
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