Tribeca Festival 2013

 

Frida Giannini in THE DIRECTOR

 

 

 

Start today the twelfth edition of Tribeca, the Festival created

by Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal to accelerate

the rebuilding of Lower Manhattan following the attacks of

11 September 2001, and will end on April 28.

 

 

This festival, like Sundance,  is based on the constant research and on

the experimental avanguard making movie a social experiment. Infact, 

It has been announced by De Niro a new category of “competition” that

will be presented in this 2013 edition and will cover the video platform

of Twitter, Vine. Will participate the short films of 6 seconds maximum:

a challenge of visual storytelling. The network will be also the protagonist

of a new initiative that will enable everyone to be virtually at the festival:

the feature films screened at the Tribeca will be in fact distributed across

the U.S. through a number of media platforms including iTunes

through the provision of pay-per-view.

 

“Our competition selections embody the quality and diversity of contemporary

cinema from across the globe,” said Frederic Boyer, Artistic Director Tribeca

Film Festival. The 2013 film selection includes feature films from 30 different

countries, like the psycological-familiar drama Sunlight Jr. by Laurie Collyer

with Naomi Watts e Matt Dillon,  Adult World, by Scott Roberts with

 Emma Roberts and John Cusack, The Director by Christina Voros co-produced

by James Franco, which tells about the life and career of Frida Giannini

And also, thriller Möbius with Jean DudjardinTim Roth and Cecile De France,

 Before Midnight by Richard Linklater and the documentary about oil company 

Big Men produced by Brad Pitt. In copetitions Also two italian movies

Alì ha gli occhi azzurri by Claudio Giovannesi and Alberi by 

Michelangelo Frammartino.  Big ending with the screening of King For

A Night, masterpiece by Martin Scorsese with Robert De Niro e Jerry Lewis.

 

 

 

John Cusack in  ADULT WORLD 

 

 

 

 

 

 ALI HA GLI OCCHI BLU  

 

 

 

 

 

Jean Dudjardin and Cecile De France in MÖBIUS

 

 

 

 

 

Ethan Hawke in BEFORE MIDNIGHT 

 

 

  

 

 

 

source: vogue.it