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‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: LGBTQ Radicalism Meets Jewish Tradition In This Well-Meaning, But Overstuffed Documentary [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - city Sandi
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19.06.2024 / 16:53

‘Sabbath Queen’ Review: LGBTQ Radicalism Meets Jewish Tradition In This Well-Meaning, But Overstuffed Documentary [Tribeca]

There exists a moment, perhaps several, in director Sandi DuBowki’s documentary “Sabbath Queen” where shaky attempts to solidify focus on one subject as numerous struggles for screentime become blindingly apparent and the project threatens to spiral out of control. That’s not to say there isn’t a compelling narrative throughout, only that there are too many, and in such a chaotic effort, topics become somewhat diluted to varying degrees, and meaningful quotes from any of the frequent talking heads start to lose their impact.

‘Brats’ Review: Hulu’s Brat Pack Doc Doubles as a Group Therapy Session - variety.com - New York - Hollywood
variety.com
17.06.2024 / 18:29

‘Brats’ Review: Hulu’s Brat Pack Doc Doubles as a Group Therapy Session

Michael Nordine For viewers of a certain age — or, perhaps more likely at this point, most ages — the term “Brat Pack” evokes nostalgia at its fondest. Movies like “The Breakfast Club” and “Pretty in Pink” remain rites of passage for teenagers coming of age nearly 40 years later, and few would argue that the 1980s didn’t represent a high-water mark for teen movies.

Sony Pictures Classics, FilmNation Execs Among Dozens of Industry Figures Who Showed Off Soccer Skills at Tribeca Festival’s Charity Tournament - variety.com
variety.com
15.06.2024 / 22:33

Sony Pictures Classics, FilmNation Execs Among Dozens of Industry Figures Who Showed Off Soccer Skills at Tribeca Festival’s Charity Tournament

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Sony Pictures Classics‘ Dylan Leiner along with FilmNation’s Stefan Zorich and Paramount‘s Fabrizio Carrer were among the top film executives and companies who participated in the 13th NY Film & Entertainment Soccer Tournament for charity hosted at the Tribeca Festival. The sun-drenched event gathered 39 teams, along with more than 60 filmmakers from the Tribeca Festival, and hundreds of spectators at Brooklyn Bridge Park overlooking downtown Manhattan.

Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams Among Recipients Of Tribeca Festival’s Harry Belafonte Voices For Social Justice Award - deadline.com - USA - Jordan - county Davis
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15.06.2024 / 00:27

Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams Among Recipients Of Tribeca Festival’s Harry Belafonte Voices For Social Justice Award

Angela Davis, American political activist, scholar, and author, presented Tribeca Festival’s fourth annual Harry Belafonte Voices for Social Justice Award to Rosario Dawson, Jesse Williams, Aloe Blacc, aja monet, Matt Post, Carmen Perez-Jordan, RodStarz and Sean Pica. 

Rob Reiner And Albert Brooks On Their Revealing Documentary: Surprising Stories On Kubrick, The Lost Johnny Carson Tapes, And The Iconic Movie Brooks Turned Down – Behind The Lens - deadline.com - county Brooks
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14.06.2024 / 19:11

Rob Reiner And Albert Brooks On Their Revealing Documentary: Surprising Stories On Kubrick, The Lost Johnny Carson Tapes, And The Iconic Movie Brooks Turned Down – Behind The Lens

When you get the opportunity to interview Rob Reiner and Albert Brooks together it is indeed a special occasion. And that is just what I got to do earlier this week when they joined me at our Deadline Studio for this episode of my Deadline video series, Behind The Lens. Reiner has directed and appears with Brooks in the ultimate documentary (Reiner’s first) on Brooks entitled Albert Brooks: Defending My Life which is available on HBO and MAX, and for fans of both it is a gem not to be missed. Our half hour conversation is not only hilarious in parts, but also eye-opening and full of some very surprising revelations. Check out a 2 minute preview where Brooks explains to me just how he and legendary director Stanley Kubrick became friends when Kubrick geeked out on Brooks’ film, Modern Romance. CLICK ON THE LINK ABOVE FOR THE PREVIEW AND THE LINK BELOW FOR THE FULL INTERVIEW.

‘Sopranos’ Cast Reunites at Tribeca Festival for ‘Wise Guy’ Doc as Michael Imperioli Says ‘The Show Was Way Better Than I Remembered’ - variety.com - USA - Italy - New Jersey - county Van Zandt
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14.06.2024 / 18:45

‘Sopranos’ Cast Reunites at Tribeca Festival for ‘Wise Guy’ Doc as Michael Imperioli Says ‘The Show Was Way Better Than I Remembered’

Lexi Carson The cast and creatives behind “The Sopranos” reunited at Tribeca Festival Thursday night in celebration of the series’ 25th anniversary. They gathered for the premiere of Alex Gibney’s HBO documentary, “Wise Guy: David Chase and the Sopranos,” which played to a packed audience at the Beacon Theatre on the Upper West Side of Manhattan Thursday night. The two-hour-and-40-minute documentary begins with “The Sopranos” opening credit sequence driving into New Jersey.

Roger Federer’s Poignant Farewell To Pro Tennis Documented In ‘Twelve Final Days’ – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - France - Switzerland
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14.06.2024 / 12:27

Roger Federer’s Poignant Farewell To Pro Tennis Documented In ‘Twelve Final Days’ – Tribeca Festival

In men’s tennis, as in other sports, there is constant debate over which player qualifies as the Greatest of All Time. Djokovic with his unprecedented 24 Grand Slam wins? Nadal with his astonishing 14 French Open victories? Federer, the first man to win 20 Grand Slams? Or perhaps a player from an earlier era – Rod Laver – who swept all four Grand Slam titles in a calendar year, not once but twice?

Kieran Culkin And Jesse Eisenberg Talk ‘A Real Pain’, ‘Home Alone’ & ‘Succession’ At Tribeca Festival - deadline.com
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14.06.2024 / 04:49

Kieran Culkin And Jesse Eisenberg Talk ‘A Real Pain’, ‘Home Alone’ & ‘Succession’ At Tribeca Festival

Kieran Culkin and Jesse Eisenberg talked, quipped, traded barbs and compliments and debated process in an hourlong wacky Tribeca Festival conversation tonight, having clearly bonded over A Real Pain. They star as mismatched cousins on a fraught road trip in the buzzy Sundance comedy set for fall release.

The National’s Matt Berninger’s lyric book, signed IDLES bass and more up for auction for Tiny Changes mental health charity - www.nme.com - USA
nme.com
13.06.2024 / 14:05

The National’s Matt Berninger’s lyric book, signed IDLES bass and more up for auction for Tiny Changes mental health charity

The National, IDLES and more are going up for auction to raise funds for the Tiny Changes mental health charity. Find out more information below.Tiny Changes was set up in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison, who died by suicide in May 2018 after battling depression.

Eva Mendes gives emotional advice about mental health: ‘Let it all out’ - us.hola.com - Spain
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12.06.2024 / 23:41

Eva Mendes gives emotional advice about mental health: ‘Let it all out’

Eva Mendes is reflecting on mental health, and explaining the importance of showing emotional reactions when facing difficult or frustrating situations. The Hollywood star decided to look back on her emotional moments and detail one of the things that are healthier when it comes to letting everything out.Ryan Gosling, in awe of Eva Mendes’ beauty, influence, and support, shares his feelings at ‘The Fall Guy’ premiereEva Mendes shares why she’s happy to have had kids in her 40s; ‘I could not have raised kids in any other era’Ryan Gosling shares his daughters’ Spanish nickname for him; ‘It kills me every time’The actress took to social media to share a photo, captioning the post with an important message about mental health.

‘Liza: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story’ Review: Minnelli Docu Benefits From Unseen Footage, Compelling Interviews And The Star Herself – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - USA - Taylor - county St. Louis - city Paris, Usa
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12.06.2024 / 23:41

‘Liza: A Truly Terrific Absolutely True Story’ Review: Minnelli Docu Benefits From Unseen Footage, Compelling Interviews And The Star Herself – Tribeca Festival

There must be something in the air lately because I have been seeing and reviewing a number of really good and intriguing documentaries on iconic showbiz figures. At Cannes I saw new docus on Faye Dunaway (Faye), Elizabeth Taylor (Elizabeth Taylor: The Lost Tapes) and others on Michel LeGrand and Jacques Demy. Currently on Max you can see a wonderful docu on the great Albert Brooks directed by his longtime friend Rob Reiner, Albert Brooks: Defending My Life.

Look Inside the Star-Studded Chanel Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner with Blake Lively, Jude Law, & So Many More In Attendance - www.justjared.com - New York - county Allen - county Blair - county Hale - city Santo Domingo
justjared.com
12.06.2024 / 01:29

Look Inside the Star-Studded Chanel Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner with Blake Lively, Jude Law, & So Many More In Attendance

Blake Lively and Jude Law were among the many celebs who made up the star-studded crowd at Chanel’s 17th Annual Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner!

‘Made In England’ Review: Martin Scorsese Offers An Intimate Tour Through The Radical Romanticism Of Powell & Pressburger Cinema [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - Britain - USA
theplaylist.net
10.06.2024 / 19:37

‘Made In England’ Review: Martin Scorsese Offers An Intimate Tour Through The Radical Romanticism Of Powell & Pressburger Cinema [Tribeca]

True cinephilia lives outside the confines of your front door, way past the boundaries of your home and native language. So, for all the talk of Martin Scorsese as a preeminent master of American cinema, it’s always been heartening to know the filmmaker and cineaste has appreciated all aspects of international cinema, from the East to the West and beyond.

Yungblud shares teaser of Britpop-inspired new single ‘Breakdown’ after “the hardest year for my mental health” - www.nme.com
nme.com
10.06.2024 / 16:31

Yungblud shares teaser of Britpop-inspired new single ‘Breakdown’ after “the hardest year for my mental health”

Yungblud has shared a teaser of his Britpop-inspired new single ‘Breakdown’, which he says reflects the “hardest year for his mental health” – listen to the clip below.The single will be released in full on June 21, and ahead of that date he has shared a preview clip of the song on his Instagram account.Over strains of ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’-like strings and a skittering rhythm, the first snippet of ‘Breakdown’ finds Yungblud singing: “Don’t forget to put your feet in the grass / Tell your mum that you love her, say you cleaned up your act / Give money to the homeless man, help him buy a bar / When you’re buying your morning coffee, ask them how they are”.The video clip shows the musician sitting on the back of what appears to be a pickup truck, with the world whizzing past behind his head. “Fuck the depression, it’s all in your head,” he sings, before arriving at the chorus of “Breakdown, think I’m gonna breakdown / Think I’m gonna fade out / Think I’m gonna breakdown”.A post shared by YUNGBLUD (@yungblud)Yungblud’s Instagram post also included a lengthy comment in which he discusses the inspiration for the song.“I wrote this poem because it’s been the hardest year for my mental health,” he wrote.

‘The Wasp’ Review: A Taut Drama Of Revenge And Childhood Scars – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com
deadline.com
09.06.2024 / 16:45

‘The Wasp’ Review: A Taut Drama Of Revenge And Childhood Scars – Tribeca Festival

Guillem Morales’ adaptation of Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s play The Wasp is an unsettling drama-thriller that delves into the complexities of its characters with precision in a way that is chilling and engrossing. The film stars Naomie Harris, Natalie Dormer, and Dominic Allburn, each delivering powerful performances that elevate this story of revenge and unresolved childhood bullying.

‘Missing From Fire Trail Road’ Review: Missing Persons And Generational Trauma Set The Stage In This Simple, Powerful Doc [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net - India - county Canadian
theplaylist.net
08.06.2024 / 21:33

‘Missing From Fire Trail Road’ Review: Missing Persons And Generational Trauma Set The Stage In This Simple, Powerful Doc [Tribeca]

Earlier this year, a documentary by the name of “Sugarcane” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and presented audiences with a harrowing look at the Canadian Indian residential school system and the emotional fallout stemming from years of horrendous abuse behind these doors. For those who may have bore witness to such a film, there’s an unusual sense of recurrence in the topics unveiled throughout “Missing From Fire Trail Road,“ one which starts as what could be initially presumed to be a simple look at a missing persons case from several years prior but eventually flows into strangely familiar territory.

‘Brats’ Review: Andrew McCarthy Reexamines The Brat Pack Legacy – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - New York
deadline.com
08.06.2024 / 05:09

‘Brats’ Review: Andrew McCarthy Reexamines The Brat Pack Legacy – Tribeca Festival

Andrew McCarthy’s documentary Brats, based on his book, Brats: An ’80s Story, offers an intimate exploration of the Brat Pack—a group of young actors who became cultural icons in the 1980s. Through candid interviews and nostalgic reflections, McCarthy delves into the nostalgia of the “Brat Pack” label, coined by journalist David Blum in a 1985 New York magazine article. This term, intended as a playful nod to the Rat Pack of the 1950s and ’60s, had lasting effects on the careers and personal lives of its members. 

Trey Parker & Matt Stone Poke Fun At Their Grueling Casa Bonita Renovation As Doc Debuts – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - Mexico - county Arthur - county Bradford - Colorado - city Denver
deadline.com
08.06.2024 / 01:11

Trey Parker & Matt Stone Poke Fun At Their Grueling Casa Bonita Renovation As Doc Debuts – Tribeca Festival

Matt Stone and Trey Parker, born and raised in Denver, were obsessed as kids like many with Mexican restaurant Casa Bonita, a massive, labyrinthine, Disneyland-ish local landmark that opened in 1974 in Lakewood, Colorado with roving characters, live shows, secret rooms and so-so food. It fell on hard times and then closed in 2020 during Covid. So they bought it after some soul searching and hoped a speedy renovation would delight their kids and others as they had been. The Denver area cheered.

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future - nypost.com
nypost.com
06.06.2024 / 10:23

Hollywood may be worried about AI, but the Tribeca Festival is ready to embrace the future

annual Tribeca Festival, which opened Wednesday night and runs through June 16, will look a little different this year.For the first time, Tribeca will give awards to short films generated by artificial intelligence. It’s one of the entertainment industry’s first public embraces of the new technology, which many actors and writers fear will render them obsolete.

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