Tag: tribeca film festival

  • Tribeca Fest Likes

    Tribeca Fest Likes

    The New York City Film Festival unspooled its usual cinema fair of polished works by filmmakers from around the world. The mixture of physical and virtual continued this past June for ten days. God Said Give Em’ Drum Machines is the story of how a sound was created in the Detroit music scene. Check out […]

  • More Shorts from New York

    More Shorts from New York

    Tribeca Enterprises was founded in New York in 2001 by Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro. Its accompanying Tribeca Film Festival has since been promoting emerging film talent. Sections include: Premieres, Gala Events, US Competition, Online Premieres, and International Competition. Furthermore, the Shorts section includes Narrative, Documentary and Animations, and this year comprised 53 entries. […]

  • Tribeca Shorts

    Tribeca Shorts

    In the shorts category, I watched some small works worthy of attention. The Resemblance from Derek Nguyen goes into “Black Mirror” Territory with a story on grief. Mooptopia from Delany Buffett takes on the shallow fleeting meaning of social media fame. Five O listed many directors: Ismaïl Alaoui Fdili, Yassine Lassar Ramdani, Elsie Otinwa, Florence […]

  • Tribeca 2022

    The biggest New York based film festival starts tomorrow. Tribeca unspools for ten days of filmmakers showcasing long and short works.

  • By Leonardo?

    By Leonardo?

    I screened The Lost Leonardo at the Tribeca Film Festival 2021. The art world is full of intrigue, a world all to itself filled with cultural elites. 4 out of 5 stars. The Lost Leonardo directed by Andreas Koefoed.

  • Crossing Genres With Mixed Results

    Crossing Genres With Mixed Results

    At the Tribeca Film Festival this year there were the obligatory premieres. Despite the natural anticipation some program choices were questionable. Take for example the Wyatt Rockefeller directed Settlers. For its world premiere at Tribeca, expectations were good. After all, it is a Sci-Fi Western film from a debut director with an interesting cast.  “Johnny […]

  • The Futurist Filmmaker

    The Futurist Filmmaker

    Filmmaker Alton Glass could have gone the easy way to make his film POV:Points of View, but decided to push filmmaking technology to a new realm. For some, the future will have the same choices as the present and past. The interview with Mr. Glass. Are you a futurist/technologist? I enjoy both but I’m just […]

  • Round Up from Tribeca

    The Tribeca Film Festival ended last week. I got a bit busy, but, I have a run down of the films I screened: The Last Film Show Legend of The Underground Lost Leonardo Queen of Glory Kubrick by Kubrick Miss Panama Bitchin: Sound and Fury of Rick James Last Meal Mark, Mary and Some Other […]

  • Tribeca-The Fury

    When I saw this film on the Tribeca Film Festival Schedule. I put it on my list. Bitchin:The Sound and Fury of Rick James tells the story of a Funk Master Rick James from the highs and lows. Stay Tuned for the review.

  • Tribeca Film Fest-Shorts

    Tribeca Film Fest-Shorts

    It always a delight to discover talent making short films. This season there is no shortage of choices and themes. Nando is a touching tribute to dreams and hard reality. Last Meal, what would you want for for your final supper? Liza Anonymous, a funny take on generational zeitgeist. An honourable mention goes to Death […]