Some of the films shown at New York's Tribeca Film Festival are receiving immediate theatrical release. Here's what to check out.
Once again the Tribeca Film Festival offers a wide array of thought-provoking cinema.
Despite onscreen flashes of genius, this vile, violent depiction of Davis feeds into the worst stereotypes white racists have about African-American people.
The contrast between board rooms and slums reminds us that when geopolitica imbalance reaches a certain level, life and death decisions can be made as easily in one venue as another.
This film is the cinematic equivalent of a child slamming two plastic toy dinosaurs into one another.
"Tango" perpetuates that age-old Hollywood tradition of setting stories in the "exotic" Third World.
What does it mean to be a hero? What can we learn from our heroes? How shall we treat them?
Noam Chomsky's new film is a clear-eyed, easily accessible outline of how and why American idealism has been sabotaged.
Icelandic director Grímur Hákonarson has a small hit on his hands in his new film "Rams," starring two of his country's leading stage actors.
Suited for anyone who enjoys well developed characters, strong female leads, and a fun time at the movies that includes flesh-eating undead humanoids.