Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival Chief Could See Cannes Ad and Film Galas Coming Together

CANNES, France—The Tribeca Film Festival is increasingly a player in the advertising community, accented by its presence here at Cannes Lions, where we caught up with Tribeca Enterprises CEO Andrew Essex.

KBS Is Going Beyond Brand Work and Making Documentaries About Artists

A celebration of creativity. That's what KBS is hoping to create with "Becoming," its first successful attempt at creating a documentary series.

Samsung Wins the Tribeca Film Festival’s First Branded Content Award

Samsung has won the Tribeca Film Festival's first branded content award.

Here’s Why the Tribeca Film Festival Created an Award to Recognize Branded Content

The Tribeca Film Festival today announced finalists for its first branded content award. That's right—even New York's sought-after film festival is championing the marriage of entertainment and advertising.  

Tribeca Film Festival Challenges Your Inner Thespian With a Karaoke Machine for Acting

Do you enjoy faking orgasms in public places, or telling friends you see dead people? If so, New York City's Tribeca Film Festival has the ad campaign for you! Created by J. Walter Thompson, the push celebrates the event's 15th anniversary with a mix of experiential, digital and traditional components. The feature presentation is a machine called the ReActor. Combining voice and facial recognition technology with motion sensors, the unit records people acting out scenes from famous movies, and sends participants YouTube links of their best performances to share with friends. 

Tribeca Film Festival Exec’s Office Blends New York Cool, Exclusive Art and Even a Little Magic

When Jane Rosenthal, actor and business partner Robert De Niro, and Craig Hatkoff founded The Tribeca Film Festival, which debuted in 2002, the trio set out in part to make […]

Here’s the Latest Sign Snapchat Is Everywhere: It’s Getting Into Short Films

Snapchat is going from the small screen to the big screen.

This Short Film Is a Gripping Take on the NYPD’s Stop-and-Frisk Policy

Stop, a short film shot over two nights in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is a tense, minimalist statement on New York City's controversial stop-and-frisk policy.

Facetime: Game-Changing Awards, TV Premieres and Intimate Gatherings

 This week, AWNY hosted its annual Changing the Game Awards, new creatives were inducted into AAF’s Hall of Fame and the Tribeca Film Festival was in full swing.

Vanity Fair Celebrates the Tribeca Film Festival and Rodale Launches a New Mag

This week, magazines and their editors were out to enjoy spring in New York. The Daily Mail hosted Jack and Suzy Welch, and Marie Claire’s Nina Garcia mingled at a shoe-shopping […]