Tribeca 2012

Find your festival fave: five specific recommendations from the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

Article: Find your festival fave: five specific recommendations from the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca is a terrific film festival, but it can also be a daunting one. With so many movies to choose from, it’s often tough to decide what to watch. Should you check out the big flick with the actors you recognize from television? Or should you take a chance on the smaller film from an emerging talent? To help separate the wheat from the chaff, we’ve compiled the following list of five recommended titles, and to help give you a sense of whether that wheat will be to your liking, we’ve paired each with a similar, older title. If you like that one, you’ll probably dig this one. And if not, well there are plenty more at Tribeca where that came from.

Film intelligence: Deer-ly not-so-beloved

Article: Film intelligence: Deer-ly not-so-beloved

Every week there are dozens of film news stories. Every week, we read them all and bring you the five most important ones in the single most important blog post you’ll ever read (today [at this moment]). This week: Tribeca starts, Cannes prepares to close, and a filmmaker goes “D’oh!” over a deer.

Film intelligence: Gluttons for punishment

Article: Film intelligence: Gluttons for punishment

Every week there are dozens of film news stories. Every week, we read them all and bring you the five most important ones in the single most important blog post you’ll ever read (today [at this moment]). This week: THE HUNGER GAMES devours the competition, Charlie Kaufman continues being Charlie Kaufman, and we enter a glass case of emotion over the announcement of a big sequel.

Film intelligence: Appetite for destruction

Article: Film intelligence: Appetite for destruction

Every week there are dozens of film news stories. Every week, we read them all and bring you the five most important ones in the single most important blog post you’ll ever read (today [at this moment]). This week: THE HUNGER GAMES opens, the truth closes in on a playwright, and someone tries to kickstart a campaign to buy Kickstarter.