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Watch the Tff Programmers Tomorrow On Livestream

11 March 2013 9:00 AM, PDT

Tribeca is all about access. On Tuesday, March 12, Geoff Gilmore (Chief Creative Officer), Genna Terranova (VP of Programming), Frederic Boyer (Artistic Director) and Sharon Badal (Shorts Programmer) will take to Livestream studio to talk the Festival slate for 2013. Moderated by Slate's Dana Stevens, the discussion will shed light on the programming process, and the group will highlight several films that they believe are must-sees at this year's Festival. Movie lovers and aspiring filmmakers should take advantage of this unique opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look into the decision-making process behind the programming of a major Film Festival. The Tff team also will go provide interesting details about the particular dynamics of each Festival section (World Competition Narrative, World Competition Documentary, Viewpoints, Spotlight, Midnight, Special Screenings, and Shorts). Join us tomorrow from 2pm-3pm on Livestream to get the inside scoop on all of this year's Festival films straight from the »

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Here are the 60 Short Films Screening at the 2013 Festival

11 March 2013 7:00 AM, PDT

The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival (Tff), presented by American Express®, is happy to announce its lineup of 60 short films, 30 of which are world premieres (a record number for the Festival), and a special screening. This year's program is curated from more than 2870 submissions and includes films from 19 countries. The 2013 shorts program will be presented in 8 thematic programs - 5 narrative categories, 2 documentary categories and 1 experimental category. One documentary section, 'History Lesson,' consists entirely of world premieres - a first for the Festival. The lineup features powerful performances by a range of emerging and established talent such as Lauren Ambrose, Kevin Corrigan, Elle Fanning, Nastassja Kinski, Julian Sands, and Elijah Wood. Shawn Christensen, Academy Award-winning director of Curfew, returns to Tff with Grandma's Not a Toaster. Besides Christensen, the 2013 shorts program is proud to welcome a number of returning filmmakers including Keir Burrows, Matthew Bonifacio, David Darg, »

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Tff 2013 Ticket Packages Are On Sale Now

11 March 2013 4:00 AM, PDT

The wait is over, Tff fans. Advance ticket packages and passes are now available for purchase. The Festival runs from April 17 to April 28, and you don't have to miss a minute of the action. You can beat the rush by taking advantage of our wide variety of ticket packages, including the Harrison Ticket Package (10 individual tickets) and the Franklin Ticket Package (20 individual tickets). They offer you the ability to choose your movie tickets within a special early selection period. One of the Festival's most beloved packages is the Programmers' Picks for which our Tff Programming team will select a 6-film program designed for your individual tastes. If you want to have the all-access Festival experience, we suggest you look into the Hudson Pass (the be-all and end-all option for movie lovers), which gives you ticketless access to Tff movies and events, including an invitation for one to an »

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