It was called the "auction of the century." Following the death of fashion luminary Yves Saint Laurent, his partner in business and life Pierre Bergé makes the difficult decision to sell off their immense collection of precious art. This luxuriant documentary uses their beautiful possessions as the puzzle pieces to form an equally beautiful portrait of the private world of an icon and the man who loved him. | Read MoreDocumentary
L.A. Noire is a violent crime thriller that blends breathtaking action with true detective work to deliver an unprecedented interactive experience. Interrogate witnesses, search for clues, and chase down suspects as you struggle to find the truth in a city where everyone has something to hide.
Tribeca Talks: Join us for a conversation about the video game, the technology behind it, and narrative and action in this medium. Moderated by Geoff Gilmore, Chief Creative Officer of Tribeca Enterprises, and Rockstar Games.. | Read MoreThriller
Snoop Dogg leads a cast comprised of Charles Dutton, Charles Durning, Emilio Estevez, William Forsythe, George Hamilton, Ron Jeremy, Ted Levine, Jonathan Lipnicki, Christopher MacDonald, and many others in this hilarious spoof on the events surrounding the Rodney King beating and the subsequent riots in Los Angeles. | Read More
Elliott Carter has lived in New York almost a century and describes his music as a reflection on modern democratic society, where people have to cooperate but keep their individuality. This revelatory portrait the man widely considered to be the greatest living composer was brilliantly created by Scheffer, who has also profiled Frank Zappa, Brian Eno, and the history of electronic music. | Read More
The quiet seaside life of two British sisters (Dame Judi Dench and Dame Maggie Smith) is disrupted when they take in a stranger (Daniel Brühl, from Good Bye, Lenin!) who washes up on their shores in this bittersweet tale, an accomplished directorial debut for actor Charles Dance. A Roadside Attractions release.
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Winner of five major prizes, including Best Film and Best Actress at the 2007 César Awards, France's equivalent of the Oscars®, this frankly sensual yet never vulgar film is based on the second of three versions of D.H. Lawrence's tale about an earthy passion that is both innocent and subversive. A Kino International Release. | Read MoreDrama and Female Director(s)
A fascinating portrait of drag artist Charles Busch from his humble beginnings performing in an East village storefront to his Broadway and film accomplishments. Interlaced with archival footage, interviews, and clips from a-never-before seen short directed by Busch himself. A must-see for any Charles Busch fan. | Read MoreDocumentary
When her family is threatened by violent criminals, a mother and son
must reconcile the past in order to save their home. Powerful performances by
Sissy Spacek and Troy Garity highlight this potent drama, also featuring Dave Matthews
and Rebecca Romijn.
"Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely." Lord Acton's dictum applies neatly to this compelling, satirical political drama. Ralph Fiennes stars as a soldier who switches sides to help dissident political prisoner Donald Sutherland overthrow a brutal dictator. But will power still manage to trump morality? | Read MoreDrama
In this retelling of a classic, a financially strapped family is forced to sell their beloved collie Lassie. After traveling hundreds of miles away from her true family, Lassie resolves to return home. Set against stunning British landscapes, Lassie faces both human and natural dangers, but also finds help in unexpected places. With Peter O'Toole, Peter Dinklage, and Samantha Morton. (Ages 7+) | Read More
A festive account of a group of senior citizens from Elgin, Illinois who meet one Sunday each month to celebrate life, laughter, loving and dancing all in a night of live music provided by their peers. This mature group—some even in their ‘90s—are far from elderly as they party in their own version of the fountain of youth. | Read MoreDocumentary
A hot summer day in Atlanta is the setting for this exploration of the intersecting lives of a TV actress, a rock band, a lonely nobody, a young girl, and her father. As the day unfolds, a delusional bible salesman (David Carradine) and a pretentious film director (Faye Dunaway) serve as guides, revealing the true nature of these relationships. | Read More