A blog project of Tribeca Film Institute

Before it tours the world, I caught the Thursday night sold-out world premiere screening of the 8th Annual Media That Matters Film Festival presented by Arts Engine at the IFC Center. Tonight’s screening at the Tribeca Cinemas is nearly sold-out, too, but I’m told there are some tickets left for a lucky few. […]

I’m not trying to be sassy about this at all (ok, the post title is a bit…), but I just read Jonathan Marlow’s excellent column at GreenCine, The Didn’t Build Their Sales Model For You. It reads to me as a good summary of where things have been for last couple of years in film […]

Do you want to live in New York and immerse yourself in documentary? Our friends over at UnionDocs have an opening for a new resident in their Brooklyn collective.
About the program
The UnionDocs Residency (UDR) combines an excellent and cooperative living situation with an opportunity for immersion in independent cultural production. It’s a structure for working […]

Lessig on Orphan Works

Funny that Larry Lessig, the Stanford law professor who has evangelized free culture and copyright reform, stepped away from his work in this area yet decided to publish an op-ed in the NY Times coming out against the current orphan works legislation, despite the support it has within creative communities. He writes,
The proposed change is […]

DocuClub in NYC Tonight

WHEN: Wednesday, May 21, at 7 PM
WHERE: Screening room of Goldcrest Post (799 Washington Street, between Horatio and Gansevoort)
COST: Admission is free for current DocuClub members and $5 for non-members. To join DocuClub, go to:
RSVP to:
“Join us as we watch Personality by Vinay Chowdry and Sarita Khurana. In the film, a Bollywood background […]

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