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Topic: Tribeca Film Festival

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

Amy Schumer, Nancy Gibbs, Danny Meyer and more

 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

Print parties across N.Y.

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…

Tourists Give Jason Sudeikis Some Directions in AT&T's Tribeca Film Festival Ad

Tables turn for New York actor

Live from New York … it's Jason Sudeikis. The former Saturday Night Live cast member appears in "The Tourists," a 45-second video from BBDO promoting AT&T's sponsorship of the Tribeca Film…

AT&T’s Hackathons Help Foster Digital Innovation

Providing solutions by tinkering with ideas and tech

The word hacker may have a negative connotation, but AT&T wants to show the world how it can lead to positive innovation. "That's the old connotation," said Carlton Hill, vp of…

David Simon: HBO Would Pass on The Wire if I Pitched It Today

Data would have done in the show

Despite being considered one of the greatest TV shows of all time, The Wire probably would have died on the vine if creator David Simon were pitching the concept today.…

Tribeca Film Fest Names Vine #6SecFilms Winners

Just because it’s not a full-length feature doesn’t mean it isn’t cinematic

If you blink, you may miss the majority of the content in Vine videos. However, the Tribeca Film Festival felt so strongly about the originality in some of these mini films…

Punch Media Wants to Redefine Tablet Advertising

App partners with Tribeca Film Festival on first sponsored app

There have been a few stabs at iPad-native newspapers and magazines, with limited success, but the just-released Punch is taking a different tack with its new app. It's more of a…

Concessions Get Wise in Tribeca Film Festival Spot

The old movie-house clip with the singing concessions is ripe for parody. Here, Ogilvy turns the hot dog and the box of popcorn into mobsters to promote the Tribeca Film…

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