Gary is haunted by his father's death and disturbed by the recent discovery that his dad's body was harvested for organ transplant-and just when he needs a new kidney for himself. A dark, irreverent comedy that questions illness, life, death, and what keeps us strong when things begin to fall apart. | Read More
In this fun-filled CGI animation, Professor Tiberton's island school of wacky creatures includes a talking penguin, lizard, shoebill and his adopted son. One day, an egg buried in an iceberg floats ashore and hatches something amazing-Impy, a baby dinosaur! But when a king wants to take Impy as a trophy, the group must protect their new friend. In English. Ages 4+
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Broke and alone on New Year's Eve, Wilson just wants to spend the rest of a very bad year in bed. But when his best friend convinces him to post a personal ad, he meets a woman hell-bent on finding the right guy to be with at midnight. With just hours to go and the promise of a fresh start, it's a sweet and funny spin through the streets of Los Angeles. | Read MoreDrama
When a young Turkish woman is brutally attacked and raped, the responsibility for restoring her family’s so-called “lost honor” is left in the hands of her younger brother, a 13-year-old boy. Based on a true story. | Read More
Following the tragic death of their young daughter, the Hughes family decide to escape to their upscale vacation home in the woods. But their attempt to get some quality time together is violently interrupted when a neighboring family with a hidden agenda drops by for dinner. First-time director Jeremy Regimbal builds tension to a calculated and ultimately brutal crescendo in this home-invasion thriller. Starring Selma Blair, Joshua Close, James D'Arcy, and Rachel Miner. | Read MoreThriller
An 80-year-old man who recently lost his sight wants to remain useful. He makes knitted shopping nets while fighting with his cat -- a friend and enemy. He ventures outside, trying to give away the bags -- for free -- to people who only want to use plastic bags. A touching portrait of one man's yearning to be a part of society that values convenience over connection. | Read More
A fiery political satire that would be frightening if it weren't so funny, In the Loop expands on director/cowriter Iannucci's BAFTA-winning BBC satire The Thick of It. With allies the US and Britain secretly on the road to war with a hostile nation, a timid British cabinet member's (Tom Hollander) vague public comments about the prospect of an invasion create a firestorm of controversy. The terrific ensemble cast also includes James Gandolfini and Steve Coogan. | Read MoreComedy
A lyrical essay film that captures the spirit of excess and adventure embodied by The Great Gatsby (published in 1925) in fragments from home movies of a wealthy American family abroad in Europe and North Africa.
Screening as part of the Shorts: Journeys Across Cultural Landscapes program. | Read MoreDocumentary
Dating from 1950 to 1984, these 11 short films contain experimental narratives, personal documentaries, and abstract animation from the likes of Mary Ellen Bute, Storm de Hirsch, Faith Hubley, and Marie Menken, as well as contemporary voices of living female artists. Asserting the contributions of women filmmakers in the canon of the American experimental avant-garde, this program also celebrates 15 years of direct financial support for preservation of historically under-recognized films by women through the Women's Film Preservation Fund of New York Women in Film & Television. Special thanks to Academy Film Archive, Anthology Film Archives, Emily Hubley, The Museum of Modern Art Department of Film, Cecile Starr, and the individual filmmakers for their participation.
Tribeca Talks: Join us for a conversation with an eclectic group of women filmmakers who helped shape avant-garde cinema. Panelists to include: directors Liane Brandon, Lisa Crafts, Barbara Hammer, Jane Aaron, Bette Gordon, Caroline Mouris, as well as Bute films curator/collector Cecile Starr, animator Emily Hubley, and Tribeca's experimental film programmer Jon Gartenberg. Moderated by Drake Stutesman, Co-Chair of The Women's Film Preservation Fund and editor of Framework: The Journal of Cinema and Media. | Read More
Death is "just a breath away" in this horror film from Japan that is set in a horrifying hospital whose overworked staff is busy covering up their own malpractice until one patient exhibits gruesome, and deadly, symptoms - and then disappears. | Read More