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‘Titanic’ musical review: Tragic tale is sweeping and thrilling — even without Jack and Rose - nypost.com
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15.06.2024 / 02:25

‘Titanic’ musical review: Tragic tale is sweeping and thrilling — even without Jack and Rose

the hysterical “Titanique” downtown at the Daryl Roth Theater.Yeston’s show is far less bombastic than the Oscar-winning disaster film. It’s an often-subtle patchwork quilt of travelers’ stories from the boat, with a particular emphasis on class disparities.Yes, there is a pair of young lovers, Kate McGowan (Samantha Williams) and Jim Farrell (rising star Andrew Durand), but also a more seasoned husband and wife, Isidor and Ida Strauss (Chip Zien and Judy Kuhn, a sublime combo).

‘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?

All In The Family: ‘Sopranos’ Cast Brings Down The House At 25th Anniversary Reunion & Alex Gibney ‘Wise Guy’ Docu Tribeca Premiere - deadline.com
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14.06.2024 / 04:49

All In The Family: ‘Sopranos’ Cast Brings Down The House At 25th Anniversary Reunion & Alex Gibney ‘Wise Guy’ Docu Tribeca Premiere

Robert Iler, aka Tony Soprano’s son A.J., said it best tonight at Tribeca’s 25th anniversary of The Sopranos get-together: “Now my friends are going to shitty high school reunions and I’m going to cool stuff like this.”

‘Despicable Me 4’ Review: Illumination Adds a Baby and Five Mega Minions to Gru’s Already Overcrowded Family - variety.com
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14.06.2024 / 01:23

‘Despicable Me 4’ Review: Illumination Adds a Baby and Five Mega Minions to Gru’s Already Overcrowded Family

Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Seven years have passed since the last “Despicable Me” movie, and the only thing that’s changed in Gru’s world is the addition of another child, Gru Jr., who’s the spitting image of his dad: hook nose, shifty eyes, squatty head — just with slightly more hair. The addition of a biological son to a family of three adopted daughters (not to mention a platoon of unmanageable Minions) would be plot enough for “Despicable Me 4,” but whatever drama the new kid might cause goes underexamined in Illumination’s overstuffed sequel.

Gus Van Sant Recalls Getting Benched for ‘Good Will Hunting’ and the Surprising Resonance of School Shooter Drama ‘Elephant’ - variety.com - New York - USA - New York - Switzerland - state Rhode Island - state Idaho
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13.06.2024 / 00:51

Gus Van Sant Recalls Getting Benched for ‘Good Will Hunting’ and the Surprising Resonance of School Shooter Drama ‘Elephant’

Matt Donnelly Senior Film Writer “In the next 45 minutes, we’re about to hear Gus speak more than he has in the last 40 years,” Vito Schnabel, the art world scion who is increasingly turning his head toward Hollywood, told a crowd at New York’s Tribeca Film Festival last week. He was there to moderate a conversation with American heavyweight filmmaker Gus Van Sant, who just directed Schnabel (and a pack of actors barreling toward Emmy nominations) in “Feud: Capote vs. The Swans.” That history, of a glittery New York whose underbelly was found in the bedrooms and hallways of the ruling class, took a back seat to Van Sant’s impactful career.

‘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.

Ben Platt and Brandy Clark on Their Haunting Duet, ‘Treehouse,’ a Joint Summer Tour, and How Platt’s ‘Honeymind’ Album Expands the Queer Americana Space - variety.com - USA
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12.06.2024 / 20:17

Ben Platt and Brandy Clark on Their Haunting Duet, ‘Treehouse,’ a Joint Summer Tour, and How Platt’s ‘Honeymind’ Album Expands the Queer Americana Space

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic For his new “Honeymind” album, singer and actor Ben Platt brought in an especially honeyed voice as a counterpart on one song, Brandy Clark. He had written “Treehouse” in a writing session with Clark well before the album was being put together, and then he and producer Dave Cobb had the eureka (or as Platt puts it, “duh”) moment of realizing just how much more haunting it might sound as a duet with the co-writer, whose chops obviously don’t begin and end with songwriting prowess.

Metallica Brings Fuel, Fire and Fury to ‘Fortnite Festival’ - variety.com - city Sandman
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12.06.2024 / 15:41

Metallica Brings Fuel, Fire and Fury to ‘Fortnite Festival’

Katcy Stephan Get ready to ride the lightning, because Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Metallicaare coming to “Fortnite” as Season 4 “Festival” icons. Two special events on June 22 and 23 (presented during six showtimes), titled “Metallica: Fuel. Fire.

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
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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!

Why Are Japanese Anime Films Enjoying Outsized Success in China? The Answer Is a Combination of Culture, Politics and the Past - variety.com - France - China - India - Thailand - Japan
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11.06.2024 / 12:57

Why Are Japanese Anime Films Enjoying Outsized Success in China? The Answer Is a Combination of Culture, Politics and the Past

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Reminiscent of the outsized Chinese box office success once enjoyed by a certain genre of Hollywood movie – think “Expendables 3,” Pacific Rim” and “Transformers: Age of Extinction” – some Japanese anime films are now earning more in China than they are in their native Japan. Last year, “Suzume” (pictured above) earned $117 million in China, coming in ahead of the film’s $104 million total in Japan.

‘Group Therapy’ Review: A Candid Look At Mental Health Through The Lens Of Stand-Up Comedians – Tribeca Festival - deadline.com - county Hughes - city London, county Hughes
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11.06.2024 / 02:49

‘Group Therapy’ Review: A Candid Look At Mental Health Through The Lens Of Stand-Up Comedians – Tribeca Festival

Neil Berkley’s Group Therapy is a poignant, hilarious, and moving exploration of the intersections between comedy, grief, and mental illness. Starring a stellar cast of comedians, including Neil Patrick Harris, Gary Gulman, Nicole Byer, Mike Birbiglia, London Hughes, Tig Notaro, and Atsuko Okatsuka, the film delves into the ways these performers use humor as a coping mechanism and a form of catharsis.

‘Swimming Home’ Review: Christopher Abbott & Mackenzie Davis’ Island Vacation Makes A Smaller Splash [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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10.06.2024 / 15:49

‘Swimming Home’ Review: Christopher Abbott & Mackenzie Davis’ Island Vacation Makes A Smaller Splash [Tribeca]

For fans of adventurous cinema in the last decade, a pairing between actors Christopher Abbott and Mackenzie Davis arrives like the answer to an unspoken prayer. Both performers have dependably elevated small indies and big tentpoles alike with invigorating performances that turn heads no matter the size of the role.

‘They’re Here’ Review: A Small Group Of UFO Believers Don’t Make For A Captivating Film [Tribeca] - theplaylist.net
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08.06.2024 / 19:31

‘They’re Here’ Review: A Small Group Of UFO Believers Don’t Make For A Captivating Film [Tribeca]

It would seem that were one to gaze into the future of sci-fi filmmaking, society will never see an end to the concept of UFOs as a plot device, with “They’re Here” the latest, but far from greatest, contender for the spot of genre-defining piece presumably meant to spark a conversation about whether or not we remain alone in the vastness of space. While this particular outing may indeed be rich in onscreen conversation regarding the possibility of interstellar visitors between whoever might be occupying the film at any given moment, it’s far from eye-opening and, it would seem, purposely aimless.

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

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

Tribeca Festival Raising The Curtain On 2024 With Co-Founder Robert De Niro Front And Center - deadline.com - city Sacramento
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05.06.2024 / 16:45

Tribeca Festival Raising The Curtain On 2024 With Co-Founder Robert De Niro Front And Center

The June skies are clear as the Tribeca Festival gathers indie filmmakers from around the globe with a large slate of features and shorts, music, games, TV, audio storytelling and a major addition this year in De Niro Con, a tribute to the prolific actor and Tribeca co-founder.

The Flaming Lips to play ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’ in full on 2025 UK and Ireland tour - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Ireland - Birmingham - Dublin
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05.06.2024 / 11:41

The Flaming Lips to play ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’ in full on 2025 UK and Ireland tour

The Flaming Lips have announced new tour dates for 2025, which will see them play their album ‘Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots’ in full. Find ticket details below.The album marked the 10th studio release from the American rock band, and followed on the heels of 1999’s ‘The Soft Bulletin’.

Tribeca Festival 2024 Reveals Creators Market Participants (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - county Martin
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04.06.2024 / 15:15

Tribeca Festival 2024 Reveals Creators Market Participants (EXCLUSIVE)

Jack Dunn Tribeca Festival 2024 has revealed the participants for this year’s Tribeca Festival Creators Market, which features a curated selection of creatives pitching feature, episodic, audio and immersive projects to a group of industry leaders. Companies in attendance for the pitch market include Sony Pictures Classics, NEON, Cinetic Media, Paramount+, MAX, IFC Films and the Sundance Institute.

Matthew Vaughn Says Critics Were ‘Vitriolic’ Over ‘Argylle’ and the Bad Reviews ‘Took Me By Surprise’: ‘We Didn’t Make “Citizen Kane,” but F—ing Hell’ - variety.com - county Howard - county Dallas
variety.com
03.06.2024 / 22:05

Matthew Vaughn Says Critics Were ‘Vitriolic’ Over ‘Argylle’ and the Bad Reviews ‘Took Me By Surprise’: ‘We Didn’t Make “Citizen Kane,” but F—ing Hell’

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Matthew Vaughn recently opened up to Empire magazine about enduring some of the worst reviews of his career with “Argylle,” the $200 million star-studded spy comedy that flopped in theaters this year with $96 million worldwide. The film, backed by Apple and released theatrically by Universal, intended to start a franchise and starred Bryce Dallas Howard as a reclusive spy novelist thrust into a real world of espionage. Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Samuel L.

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