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2008 Tribeca Film Festival Closing Night Gala Presentation “SPEED RACER” Red Carpet Coverage

By Maria Esteves - May 5, 2008   The Seventh Annual Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) 2008 Closing Night Gala Presentation film of SPEED RACER, directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski (brothers) was held at the Borough of Manhattan Community College/Tribeca Performing Arts Center, New York, Saturday, May 3, 6:30 pm.

Reminders - Upcoming Deadlines - News!

No room left to procrastinate as May 9 marks the end of our 2008 submission period. New York City exhibition at ACE Film Festival not only puts your film in front of fellow filmmakers, distributors, and industry professionals, but qualifies you for a prize package worth over $50,000 as well. In addition to our already priceless grand prizes, we are constantly looking to add more. Stay tuned for prize announcements throughout the next few months. Submit your film today for this incredible opport...

Eskişehir, an off-the-beaten-track fılm festıval with Flair

The 10th Eskişehir (Turkey) Film festival opened on Saturday, May 2 on the spacious modern-looking campus of Anadolu University wıth a flourish and gala celebration worthy of many an A-festıval. While this festival is relatively minor sandwiched in between the big Turkish festivals of İstanbul, Ankara, and Antalya, it has a truly international flavor and offers extraordinary hospitality to foreign visitors in a forested college campus setting with handsome modern buildings, guest hous...

Stan, Blythe, & Joe

Strong European Showing at Tribeca FF Awards

 Saturday, May 3-------Following a packed 10-day marathon of film screenings, industry events, seminar panels and chic parties, the Tribeca Film Festival ended this weekend with the announcement of the winners of the juried awards in several categories. The World Competition winners were chosen from 12 narrative and 12 documentary features from 18 countries. Two awards were also given to honor New York films, which were chosen from seven narrative and nine documentary features. Awards were als...

SFIFF: 1000 Journals

 Documentary 1000 Journals showed at the San Francisco International Film Festival this week.  Director Andrea Kreuzhage and also the main subject of the film, Someguy, were in attendance for a Q and A after a screening Wednesday.  1000 Journals is the directing debut for Kreuzhage, who has worked in the film industry since 1986 with companies Beyond Films and Sony Classics, on films like Strictly Ballroom (1992) and Bookies (2003), to name a few. In the summer of 2000, a man living in San Fr...

SFIFF "Scoop du Jour" Friday May 2

courtesy of Video Scoop The video edition of Scoop features interviews with Mike Leigh, director Ted Thomas (Walt & El Grupo), and director Barry Jenkins (Medicine for Melancholy). Who’s in Town? Arriving today are directors Patricio Lanfranco (The Judge and the General), Jonathan Levine (The Wackness), Mahmoud al Massad (Recycle), Jirí Menzel (I Served the King of England) and Robb Moss (Secrecy); subject Juan Guzmán (The Judge and the General); and jurors Florence Alm...

Wallflower Press Launch At Tribeca Film Festival

Thursday, May 1--------One of the fab parties this week at the Tribeca Film Festival was the Tuesday evening bash at BAR 13, hosted by Wallflower Press, the largest publisher of film books and magazines in the United Kingdom. Yoram Allon, Editorial Director and Publisher, was in Gotham with his wife Nicky Allon and editor Ian Haydn Smith as part of the company’s North American launch of the INTERNATIONAL FILM GUIDE, the authoritative Yearbook of International Cinema, and FILM & FESTIVALS M...

SFIFF "Scoop du Jour" May 1

 from Scoop The video edition of Scoop du Jour features interviews with Novikoff Award recipient Jim Hoberman and interviewer/colleague Kent Jones; plus 1000 Journals director Andrea Kreuzhage and her film’s artist/subject Someguy; and Golden Gate Persistence of Vision Award recipient Errol Morris (Standard Operating Procedure). Who’s in Town? Arriving today are directors Serge Bozon (La France), Mia Hansen-Løve (All Is Forgiven), Mark Kidel (A Journey wi...

Tribeca Music Lounge Opens Tonight

Tuesday, April 29----Just in case you thought the Tribeca Film Festival was only about movies, the Tribeca Music Lounge opens tonight at the Canal Room, featuring cutting-edge music performances from some of New York and America's most interesting new music artists. Be there or be square. ...

Encounters With British Cinema At Tribeca FF

 Monday, April 28---------One of the great pleasures of attending a film festival is the serendipity that often occurs when one sees one film after another, finding thematic connections or differences between them that delight the soul and stimulate the mind. I had just such an occurrence the other day, seeing two British films back to back. It just happened that the films were screening after one another, but it made me realize how much I love and appreciate both the high and the low in Britis...

Soup Du Jour SFIFF

 Here is what's going on today at the festival in San Francisco, courtesy of          Who’s In Town? Arriving today are directors Dorota Kedzierzawska (Time to Die) and Guy Maddin (My Winnipeg); actor Danuta Szaflarska (Time to Die); cinematographer Arthur Reinhart (Time to Die); and Founder’s Directing Award recipient Mike Leigh (Topsy-Turvy). What to Do? By chance, Newton I. Aduaka’s harrowing Ezra, about child soldiers ...

IFFBoston - Day 4 - Harry and the Potters, Live and Plugged In - Hermione

During IFFBoston's Wizard Rock show, Harry and the Potters sing the brief surrealist song, Hermione Screws Up the Polyjuice Potion.

IFFBoston - Day 4 - Harry and the Potters, Live and Plugged In - Hagrid's Beard

During IFFBoston's Wizard Rock show, Harry and the Potters sing about giant-hugging safety with an important tip for the audience.

IFFBoston - Day 4 - Harry and the Potters, Live and Plugged In - Save Ginny Weasley

At IFFBoston's Wizard Rock show, headliners Harry and the Potters open their performance with Harry Year Seven working the crowd, leading into Save Ginny Weasley.