Judith Malina founded The Living Theater in 1947 together with her first husband Julian Beck. When Julian died in 1985 Judith married their mutual friend and lover Hanon Reznikov. With Hanon's unexpected death in 2008, Judith was left to continue The Living Theater on her own. On the verge of her 85th birthday, she begins rehearsals on her new play with her Living Theater cast, but deteriorating health and a slew of financial problems are obstacles to her realizing her dream of a beautiful non-violent anarchist revolution. | Read MoreDocumentary
Eric Bana's directorial debut is a love story. The object of the actor's affection? A Ford XB Falcon Coupe, his "beast," the car he's had since he was 15. Tracing Bana's lifelong obsession with cars to his participation in the ultimate auto race—the five-day Targa Tasmania—this impassioned doc is fueled by family, friendship, and an insatiable lust for life. | Read MoreESPN, Sports, Documentary
This stirring and moody psychological thriller finds two strangers subconsciously linked when their recurring dreams begin to topple their reality. Featuring strong performances by the sizzling Bárbara Mori (La mujer di mi hermano) and Leonardo Sbaraglia (Intacto). | Read MoreThriller
From executive producer Benicio del Toro, tales of maddening infatuation-a surprising love triangle, an unfaithful marriage and a hostage situation-weave together artfully in the backyards of Puerto Rico. Passion defeats reason again and again in this melancholy comedy about the selfish search for love and connection. In Spanish.
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Nancy Buirski's moving, evocative documentary recounts the unknown love story of Mildred and Richard Loving, the couple behind the 1967 Supreme Court ruling overturning anti-miscegenation laws in the United States. Drawing from a wealth of stunning archival footage, The Loving Story recreates a seminal moment in history in uncommon style, anchoring a timely message of marriage equality in a personal, human love story.
Tribeca Talks After the Movie (4/27 only): Join director Nancy Buirski, attorney Phil Hirschkop, who represented the Lovings, Anthony Romero, Executive Director of the ACLU, David Boies, Chairman of Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, and others as they discuss this landmark case and the current issues surrounding race and marriage equality. Moderated by Orlando Bagwell, director of the Ford Foundation's JustFilms initiative. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
When one falls ill, a group of friends takes one last trip to the beach, desiring a meaningful farewell. Years later, as two of them plan to have a child, the trip lingers as a haunting memory. Lee Isaac Chung's follow-up to his award-winning Munyurangabo is equal parts graceful, warmly acted relationship drama and beautifully shot visual poem. | Read MoreDrama
For his fifth feature, Czech master Švankmajer, whose intriguing blend of animation and live action has inspired the likes of Tim Burton, the brothers Quay, and Terry Gilliam, once again shocks and delights with an inspired, self-described "philosophical horror film" that borrows liberally from Edgar Allan Poe and the Marquis de Sade. A Zeitgeist release. | Read More
A precocious high school girl flirts with a 13 year-old boy with riveting consequences. He is thrown for a loop when she wants him to come to her house for a good time. He's nervous because something just doesn't seem right… | Read More