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Tribeca2023: Three More Films From the 22nd Tribeca Festval

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NEW YORK, NY – The 2023 Tribeca Festival may be over, but TRIBECA AT HOME continues through July 2nd, click link below. HollywoodChicago.com reviewed 12 films total from the fest, and the last three capsule reviews are below. The 23rd edition of the Tribeca Festival will take place in 2024.

Tribeca2023: Reviewing the Tribeca Festival Award Winners

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‘Cypher’ was Best U.S. Narrative Film.

NEW YORK, NY – June 18th is the final day of the in-person Tribeca Festival, wrapping up 11 days of top festival film picks and other storytelling forms, including TV, VR, gaming, music and audio online. Beginning June 19th, the Tribeca at Home screenings begin, with an opportunity to experience what the festival has to offer. Tribeca prides itself on being a platform for creative expression and immersive entertainment.

Tribeca2023: Tribeca Festival Highlighting Upcoming Film Releases

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Jon Hamm is Chief Jordan Sanders in ‘Maggie Moore(s).’

NEW YORK, NY – With five days to go, the 22nd Tribeca Festival is in the middle of the festival, with a wild ride of screenings and events. On June 12th, Tribeca hosted the world premiere of “Maggie Moore(s),” a new film featuring Jon Hamm and Tina Fey, and directed by Hamm’s old “Mad Men” co-star John Slattery.

Tribeca2023: Three for the Reel as Tribeca Festival Opens

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Matt Damon, Co-Producer of Tribeca Opener ‘Kiss the Future.’

NEW YORK, NY – The 22nd edition of the Tribeca Festival opened with its usual combination of exalted cinema, star power glitz and the power of New York City, baby. “Kiss the Future,” produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, screened on Wednesday, June 7th at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

Tribeca2023: 22nd Tribeca Festival Opens with Film ‘Kiss the Future’

NEW YORK – The Summer film festival season kicks off with a legend, New York City’s preeminent Tribeca Festival, beginning Wednesday, June 7th with the Opening Night film “Kiss the Future.” The Fest will be in-person, but there is also an opportunity to experience “Tribeca at Home” by clicking TRIBECAatHOME.

Tribeca2022: In Person Fest Ends, At Home Continues Until June 26th

NEW YORK – The 2022 in-person 21st Tribeca Film Festival ends today (June 19th). But the highly successful hybrid (click link) TRIBECAatHOME goes on through June 26th, for an extra week to catch up with the films of Tribeca.

Tribeca2022: Modern Love and Honor at Tribeca Film Festival

NEW YORK – After the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival AWARD WINNERS were named June 16th, the festival heads into its last weekend, which is the last opportunity to take advantage of
TRIBECAatHOME for viewing the fest selections.

Tribeca2022: Seeking Justice Through the Tribeca Film Fest

NEW YORK – One of the honorable characteristics of the Tribeca Film Festival is their documentary programming, which reflects our current debates and circumstances. Two docs reviewed below are indicative of the search for truth and justice. The at-home Fest is available now, click TRIBECAatHOME for access.

Tribeca2022: High Grades for First Weekend of Tribeca Film Fest

NEW YORK – After the big Red Carpet Opening last Wednesday on June 8th, the Tribeca Film Festival has begun to roll out its diverse and international screenings of narrative films, documentaries and shorts. Film screenings at home are available in this hybrid fest format by clicking TRIBECAatHOME.

Tribeca2022: Hybrid 21st Tribeca Film Fest Will Open with ‘Halftime’

NEW YORK – Film Festivals are opening up again all over, and that includes New York City’s preeminent Tribeca Film Festival, beginning June 8th with the Opening Night film “Halftime.” The Fest will be in-person, but there is also an opportunity to experience “Tribeca at Home” by clicking TRIBECAatHOME.

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    CHICAGO – One of the open secrets of Chicago is its horrible racist past, which remains like an echo. Playwright Joshua Allen has been exploring this theme in his Grand Boulevard Trilogy – the last chapter talking place during the infamous 1919 race riots – in Raven Theatre’s “The Prodigal Daughter.” For tickets and info, click TPD.

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