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A revealing portrait of four African-American men living in Cleveland, who all confront the struggles of everyday existence and the process of coming out. Experimental filmmaker Abigail Child uncovers their secrets as she explores the sexual, racial, and familial dichotomies of their lives. Screened with The Polymath, or the Life and Opinions of Samuel R. Delany, Gentleman in the Coming Out Program.
| Read MoreDrama, Female Director(s), Documentary
In the autumn of 2005, 16 film students from NYC and Morocco converged on Marrakech as guests of the Tribeca Film Institute, Tribeca Film Festival, and the Marrakech International Film Festival Foundation to study under Abbas Kiarostami (joined at one point by Martin Scorsese). This document, by the master's longtime director of photography, will screen with a new Kiarostami short, Roads of Kiarostami, and some of the students' works. (total running time 110 min.) | Read MoreDocumentary
What is there to say except "restored at last." Sergio Leone's breathtakingly beautiful and unforgettable film, as much an opera as it is a Western, has been both adored and reviled since its initial release, but it has been almost impossible to see the way it was intended to be seen-—until now. | Read MoreDrama
Return to the days of disco balls, .44-caliber killers, and…soccer? This exuberant documentary traces the rise and fall of the New York Cosmos, Gotham's beloved North American Soccer League franchise and a Studio 54-era sensation, through archival footage, interviews with team players and executives, and a hip-shaking '70s soundtrack. A Miramax release. | Read MoreSports and Documentary
The PS22 chorus from Staten Island became world famous after their YouTube videos went viral. This feel-good documentary follows them to their big performance as the closing act at the 2011 Academy Awards ceremony, where creative differences, lost voices, and homesickness threaten their performance. Can these 5th graders entertain the entertainment elite? | Read MoreDocumentary and Music
Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Neil Jordan (The Crying Game) weaves a visually arresting tale of a lone fisherman (Colin Farrell) who pulls in the sweetest catch of his life—a mermaid-like beauty. But as their passion grows, their dark pasts come to light, and the real world begins to threaten their fairy tale romance. This stunning film will challenge your senses and imagination as fantasy and reality clash on the big screen. | Read MoreDrama
Ethan and Sophie escape to a country retreat for
a last ditch attempt to save their ailing marriage.
It soon morphs into an unexplainable head trip
that forces the couple to confront their relationship
in an impossibly unique way. Starring Mark
Duplass and Elisabeth Moss in heartfelt performances,
The One I Love turns the romantic
comedy upside down with an altogether original
take on monogamy, relationships, and how much
you ever really know your partner. | Read MoreDrama, Comedy, Romantic Comedy, Relationships, NY Director(s), First Time Filmmaker
In this sweet comedy, terminally ill Dylan (Michael Angarano) and his mother (Cynthia Nixon) attend a televised event designed to grant last wishes to dying children. While on air, Dylan makes an eyebrow-raising request. As he gaily prepares to have his wish met, his mother becomes increasingly upset over her son's condition. (Some profanity, parental guidance advised). (Ages 16+) | Read More
This heartfelt documentary explores people's conflicted relationships with dogs and inspires us to rethink how we treat them. From a man who spends a fortune to defend his dogs in court, to a woman who can't turn away a stray, from pet loss support groups to rescuers who take on difficult-to-place dogs and save them from death row, this is a film about love, loss, betrayal, and hope. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary