"He's got almost copyrightable speech patterns."
A sportswriter's take on this portrait of the man who accidentally ruined the Cubs' World Series dreams.
Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová fell in love filming 'Once.' This documentary shows how their romance unraveled.
She pairs vérité footage with staged, theatrical dance sequences in 'Bombay Beach.'
"Some of the band's initial reactions were, 'Nobody can ever see that.'"
We've screened nearly all of the fest's 93 movies: Here are the tickets you want to buy.
That'd be the storied former mayor of Providence.
See the trailer.
David Rakoff Thinks the World Is Going to Hell, But Here Are Five Things He Loves About New York, Anyway
Despite gentrification and Donald Trump and the Mets' record, the city hasn't been completely ruined for Rakoff yet.
Plus: J. J. Abrams's heist flick gets a screenwriter.
The actor-producer-stuntman talks about getting back to Hollywood, working behind the camera, and doing stunts in 3-D.
"They were these frat house boys, these big swinging dicks."
The Killer Inside Me Director Michael Winterbottom Felt a Little Bad About Jessica Alba’s Face Getting Bashed In
The director talks violence, sex, and sexy violence.
And get this: It's good!
Documentaries on Canadian rock bands are so hot right now.
'Monogomy' wins for Best New York Narrative.
The comedian shares some interesting ideas for new documentaries.
Don't we all?
Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal on the Tribeca Film Festival’s Growing Pains and Ambitious New Plans
The festival finds a new outlet for its big, and often risky, ambitions.
A truly random assortment.
He'll remove references in the trailer to victims of real-life anti-transgender hate crimes.
How best to entertainingly explain to filmgoers the crime-reducing benefits of legalized abortion and why real-estate agents are like the Ku Klux Klan?
See the full lineup!
World premiere at TFF to take place month before nationwide release.
The region has been experiencing a filmmaking renaissance in recent years.