Key dates for the 2014 festival:

Tuesday, April 8

Single Tickets on sale for American Express® Cardmembers (online, phone, and ticket outlets).

Sunday, April 13

Single Tickets on sale to downtown residents (ticket outlets only, proof of zip code below Canal Street required).

Monday, April 14

Single Tickets on sale to general public (online, phone, and ticket outlets).

Wednesday, April 16

Festival opens.

Sunday, April 27

Festival closes.


How do I know what to see and do?

Start with this website. The online Film Guide will be live on March 12. Later in March, you can browse the exciting slate of films, with everything you need to know—including showtimes, ticket sales, links to trailers and more.
 
Pick up a guide. Check out our Tribeca Film Festival Pocket Guide at various locations in New York City (locations to be announced, including the Festival Box Office).
 
Go Mobile. Browse our mobile film guide with your web-enabled phone or PDA. It's portable and paperless...


Where do Tribeca Film Festival screenings and events take place?

Bow Tie Cinemas Chelsea 9 (BTC9)
Presale Ticket Outlet
260 West 23rd Street | between 7th & 8th Avenues

AMC Loews Village 7 (AV7)
Presale Ticket Outlet
66 3rd Avenue | at 11th Street

SVA Theatre (SVA)
333 West 23rd Street | between 8th & 9th Avenues

BMCC Tribeca PAC (BMCC)
199 Chambers Street
Between Greenwich & West Streets

Tribeca Cinemas (TC) Presale Ticket Outlet
54 Varick Street | at Laight Street

Apple Store, SoHo
103 Prince Street | between Greene & Mercer Streets

New York Academy of Art
111 Franklin Street | between West Broadway & Church Street

Barnes & Noble Union Square
33 East 17th Street

Tribeca Film Center (TFC)
375 Greenwich Street, 2nd Floor | between North Moore & Franklin Streets

Tribeca Drive-In
Brookfield Place
West Street | between Vesey & Liberty Streets

The Bombay Sapphire House of Imagination
121 Varick Street | entrance on Dominick Street

Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
566 LaGuardia Place

MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue | Long Island City


How do I buy tickets?

For all ticketing information, including hours of operation, rules and regulations, pricing and package specifics, go to the Ticket Information page. In general, ticket prices range from $9 (late-night and weekday matinees) to $30 (some Tribeca Talks series). General evening and weekend screenings are $17. There are discounts available!


What is going on besides movies?

The Tribeca Film Festival is much more than just movies. With the Tribeca ESPN Sports Film Festival, Tribeca Family Festival Street Fair, the various Tribeca Talks, and free panels for working and aspiring filmmakers, you could be quite entertained without entering a theater... not that we recommend that.


How do I get there?

United Airlines is the official airline of the Tribeca Film Festival.

With the most nonstops from New York, United Airlines is proud to bring unique Tribeca content to its in-flight entertainment experience through feature films, shorts, and original digital content. Onboard programming will premiere this month, with updated offerings throughout the year.


Where do I stay?

Hilton and Conrad Hotels and Resorts are the official hotel partners of the Tribeca Film Festival, with two convenient locations close to Festival venues.

CHELSEA HUB
Hilton New York Fashion District
152 West 26th Street
212.858.5888
hilton.com/nyc

TRIBECA HUB
Conrad New York
102 North End Avenue
212/945.0100
conradnewyork.com


How do I get the latest information?

This website is continuously updated, so keep checking TribecaFilm.com/Festival as the Festival approaches.
 
Make sure to sign up for our newsletter for updates, last-minute additions, daily wrap-ups, and more.
 
Follow Tribeca Film Festival on Twitter. During the Festival, we will tweet about last-minute tickets, breaking news, and more.
 
Become a Fan of Tribeca Film Festival on Facebook. Share your fan photos and videos with fellow Tribeca fans.


What makes Festival screenings unique?

The director, cast, and crew are often on hand for a Q & A after the screenings.
 
The films, chosen from over 5,000 submissions, are from every corner of the globe and offer almost as many perspectives as New Yorkers have opinions.
 
Almost every film is a North American, international, or even world premiere, so you could be among the first to see the next big hit.


Are the films rated?

Many of our films have not yet been reviewed by the Motion Picture Association of America and therefore do not have an MPAA rating (G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17). However, the film information provided in the online Film Guide and the printed Festival Guide will help you make informed choices.