FOX411 @ the Tribeca Film Festival
FOX411 at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival
New films, big stars, fancy parties? We’re there.
- The 2014 festival runs from April 16 - 27.
- Founded in 2002
- The Festival has screened over 1300 films from over 80 countries since its first festival.
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'Lil Bub & Friendz' wins Best Feature Film at Tribeca Film Festival
The internet sensation cat took home the Best Feature Film award at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival for “Lil Bub & Friendz."
'Reporting on the Times': A documentary about the Holocaust
Her 18-minute documentary, “Reporting on The Times: The NY Times and The Holocaust,” investigates why the New York Times, a Jewish-owned newspaper, published few front page stories about the Ho...
Kiefer Sutherland, Kate Hudson learned from new film 'Reluctant Fundamentalist'
The movie is about a Pakistani man, Changez, who comes to America for college and lands a top job on Wall Street working for Sutherland’s character.
'FrackNation' filmmaker claims group was barred from 'Gasland Part II' screening
He said the exclusion came after he began asking the film’s creator, Josh Fox, some tough questions about fracking on the red carpet before the screening.
‘The Kill Team’ premieres at Tribeca, tells the story of gory murders in Afghanistan
In 2011, eleven soldiers were arrested and charged with war crimes for killing Afghan civilians for sport. “The Kill Team,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on Friday, tells the s...
'Oxyana': The movie West Virginia doesn't want you to see
Director Sean Dunne said he recieved death threats when his film was announced in the small town of Oceana.
Stars address security concerns at Tribeca Film Festival
Police and security guards were visible at the festival Tuesday night, where there was an outdoor metal detector for arriving guests.
Tribeca reveals Nora Ephron prize for female filmmakers
Tribeca announced the prize on Tuesday, on the eve of its 12th annual festival.
Cat movie 'Lil Bub & Friendz' headed to Tribeca Film Festival
Cat videos, images and memes have taken over the web. And now they’re taking over the Tribeca Film Festival.