Skip the Trip to NYC! Tribeca Film Festival Provides Films & Interview On-Demand!!
The Tribeca Film Festival made seeing groundbreaking films easier than ever before with their premium Virtual pass. Now, they are making it even easier with Tribeca Film On Demand!
Starting on April 21 through May 2–and supported by Founding Partner American Express–the new film distribution initiative Tribeca Film kicks off by bringing films that TFF (Tribeca Film Festival) has curated (including titles from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival) right to your home via On Demand!
With omething for everyone, Tribeca Film titles range from romantic comedies and animated sci-fi thrillers to sports documentaries and rock-and-roll biopics. And that is not all!!
Get access to red carpet highlights, filmmaker interviews and behind the scenes action as well. Starting April 21st, film fans can experience the best of the Tribeca Film Festival at home including watching films on demand, see red carpet highlights from the festival and more. Find out more at Tribeca.com
Films to be screen include the line-up listed below . These films are expected to reach more than 40 million households through partnerships with leading cable, satellite and telecom providers, including Comcast, Cablevision and Verizon FiOS. The titles will be available on a Tribeca-branded menu for a minimum of 60 days.
Climate of Change
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. From the producers of “Food Inc,” Award winning actress Tilda Swinton narrates this inspiring documentary of a world of everyday people taking action to save our environment.
Sex Drugs Rock and Roll
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. A portrait of British punk rock pioneer Ian Dury who was stricken with polio at a young age and defied expectations by becoming a founder of the punk-rock scene in Britain in the 1970s.
The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle
After he loses his high-paying job, Dory takes a gig as a night janitor in order to pay rent. Alone late at night inside a market research firm, he soon discovers the company is experimenting on their other janitors.
If a device could guarantee love without heartbreak, would you want to know? Emma Caufield (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) stars in this brain teasing romantic comedy about falling in love. Also starring John Patrick Amedori (Gossip Girl).
The Wild Wonderful Whites of West Virginia
From Executive Producer Johnny Knoxville, this edgy and often hilarious look at a dying breed of American outcasts exposes the corruption, poverty, and West Virginia’s environmentally and culturally devastating coal mining culture.
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. Vincent Gallo and Juliette Lewis voice this award winning digitally animated thriller. Conspiracy abounds as Roger, guided by voices in his head, navigates an underground oil starved world.
My Last Five Girlfriends
A clever adaptation of international bestseller On Love, by Alain de Botton, in which Duncan is a young man determined to find the secret to a healthy, strong relationship. Along the way, he mines his last five doomed romances for clues.
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. From the producers of “Lost In Translation”. A young man with two old film projectors in the back of his antique Chevy discovers love, life and laughter on the back roads of India. Subtitled.
The Swimsuit Issue
Frederik and his friends join forces to create Sweden’s only all-male synchronized swim team and set their sights on the world championships in this oddball, comedic tale of courage and gender role reversal. Subtitled.
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. In this oddball comedy, high school student Leon Bronstein claims to be the reincarnation of 20th Century Soviet hero Leon Trotsky and is determined to bring new meaning to “Student Union”.
Kobe Doin’ Work
Spike Lee takes you up close and personal with Kobe Bryant, the NBA’s MVP of 2008. Followed by 30 cameras, Kobe puts his skills to the test as the Lakers take on the Spurs for the Western Conference title lead. An ESPN Film
Muhammed and Larry
The story of the legendary 1980 fight between Muhammad Ali and Larry Holmes, in which Ali, the World Champion, was defeated by Holmes. The fight is seen by most to be the end of an era–one in which Ali was “The Greatest.” An ESPN Film.
The Birth of Big Air
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival and ESPN 30 for 30.
Producers Spike Jonze and Johnny Knoxville showcase the inner workings and exploits of BMX great Mat Hoffman, the man who gave birth to “Big Air.” With Tony Hawk.
Through the Fire
A look inside the life of Brooklyn basketball prodigy Sebastian Telfair as he decides between college and the NBA. A story of how the U.S. star-making industry exerts the pull of riches and fame on the talented and gifted. An ESPN Film.
Official selection of 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. An identity crisis comedy centred on Mahmud Nasir, successful business owner, and salt of the earth East End Muslim who discovers that he’s adopted – and Jewish.
The Hellfighters, Harlem’s only high school football team and coach Duke Ferguson battle empty bleachers, scarce practice space and a ruthless Board of Education to play their way out of the ghetto, one touchdown at a time. An ESPN Film.
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