NOTE: BEST WHEN VIEWED IN THE DARK.
This short film premiered at the '08 Tribeca Film Festival, then went on to play at Seattle and other fests.
Synopsis: "A man tells the story of how, as a young child, he survived his worst nightmare to overcome his fear of the dark."
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When a young couple tries to save their marriage by dressing up as super heroes in the bedroom, they end up saving much more than their sex life. Winner of the Jury Prize for Best Narrative Short Film at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival.
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Jimmy Stevens (Frank Langella), a senior VP at an international energy firm, blew the whistle on his company′s deadly and corrupt practices in Latin America. Knowing he will be assassinated for his betrayal, he places an anonymous call securing the services of private detective Frank Turlotte (Elliott Gould) to trail him from a distance.
Unaware that the man who has hired him and the man he is following are one and the same, Turlotte begins a game of cat and mouse with Jimmy - New York City becoming the arena for this uncertain contest. Slowly, the investigation begins to yield clues, revealing the larger story of Jimmy′s mysterious life and enigmatic past.
When evidence of his childhood in WWII France is unearthed, a haunting memory surrounding a lone, wounded man and the two young boys who would witness his dying breath becomes the key to the present. As the clock winds down and the hired guns close in on Jimmy, Turlotte puts the puzzle pieces together with just enough time to fulfill his duty, fated long before he first heard the voice of the caller.
The Film premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival where it won the Made In NY Narrative Award.
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Dan Fogler discusses growing up in NY and the World Premiere of his film, HYSTERICAL PSYCHO at the 2009 TRibeca Film Festival.
Holistic * Holistic Hip Hop * CBGB Burning Down The House - Tribeca Film Festival 09
"Glue, winner of the Babelgum Online Film Festival was announced at the '09 Tribeca Film Festival. Glue is a documentary exploring the roots of widespread solvent dependence amongst Kenyan street-children.
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PredictoTV chats up the cast of "City Island" at the Tribeca Film Festival to hear celebrity predictions about what will happen next in celeb news, pop culture, sports and more. Check out Episode 11 of PredictoTV now!
Steve Buscemi * Blank City * Celine Danhier * Tribeca Film Festival 2009
Predicto TV heads to the "My Life in Ruins" premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival to chat up stars Nia Vardalos and Rachel Dratch about their new movie. Check out Episode 13 of Predicto TV now!
Tony Richardson * New York Jets * Kobe Doin' Work - Tribeca Film Festival
Binside TV spoke to actress Leslie Bibb and David Bowie's son director Duncan Jones about the Tribeca Film Festival red carpet premiere for his low budget sci-fi debut feature. Directed by Duncan Jones starring Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey. Plot: Astronaut Sam Bell portrayed by Sam Rockwell has a quintessentially personal encounter toward the end of his three-year stint on the Moon, where he, working alongside his computer, GERTY, sends back to Earth parcels of a resource that has helped diminish our planet's power problems.
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Woody Allen återvänder till New York med en komedi om en vresig misantrop (Larry David) och en naiv, lättpåverkad ung kvinna på rymmen (Evan Rachel Wood). När hennes stela föräldrar (Patricia Clarkson och Ed Begley, Jr.) anländer för att rädda sin dotter, dras de snabbt in i en romantisk härva som slutar med att alla inblandade upptäcker att kärlek inte är något annat än en kombination av tur och förmågan att uppskatta – WHATEVER WORKS.
Filmen invigde Tribeca Film Festival 2009.
Life for a Child film debuted at Tribeca festival, named Best Documentary Short at Cinequest
NEW YORK - The award-winning documentary Life for a Child will make its world television debut on the Sundance Channel on World Diabetes Day - Nov. 14, 2009, at 8 p.m. EST/PST.
Directed by Academy Award(R) nominee Edward Lachman, the film follows the journeys of children with type 1 diabetes amid the verdant mountains and swarming streets of Nepal, one the world's poorest countries. The children are supported with life-saving medication and care by the International Diabetes Federation's (IDF) Life for a Child Program.
The Life for a Child film was produced by IDF, the world's leading diabetes advocacy organization, and Eli Lilly and Company, a global leader in diabetes treatment, to raise awareness of the devastating impact of diabetes and increase support for the Life for a Child Program. It will be presented in association with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), the world's largest charitable funder of type 1 diabetes research.
Life for a Child premiered in competition at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York in April 2008 and made its European Premiere at the Vienna International Film Festival in the fall of 2008. In March 2009, it was honored as Best Documentary Short at the Cinequest Film Festival in California, and has been screened in more than a dozen countries and six festivals.
One of the world's most celebrated cinematographers, Lachman was nominated for an Oscar for cinematography in 2003 for Far From Heaven with Julianne Moore, and has photographed dozens of studio and independent features and documentaries, including Erin Brockovich, A Prairie Home Companion and a historic documentary on Mother Theresa.
"I wanted to tell the stories of families who are dealing with the daily struggles of life but then also have to deal with the challenges of diabetes," said Lachman, who directed Life for a Child following work on the critically-acclaimed 2007 feature film I'm Not There, starring Cate Blanchett and Heath Ledger.
Produced for Eli Lilly and Company
*******www.predicto**** Predicto stops by the Tribeca Film Festival and joins actor David Thornton to ask what he thinks about the possibility of the Los Angeles Lakers making it to the NBA playoffs this year. Will Mel Gibsons wife walk away with their summer home in the Fiji islands? Predicto Mobile asks these questions and more at www.predicto****.
The Irish hunk told us all about it at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere. Co-star Alicja Bachleda, had a few nice things to say about Colin. She should, since the two are now dating.