New York Times Op-Docs Invites Documentary Filmmakers to Pitch at 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

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The New York Times Op-Docs today announced a new collaboration with the Pulitzer Center and Tribeca Film Institute (TFI) inviting documentary filmmakers from around the world to apply for a new pitch opportunity during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. The… Continue Reading

Raw Diddy Documentary ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: The Bad Boy Story’ to World Premiere at Tribeca Film Fest

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The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, continues to unveil its 16th edition lineup, today announcing the program’s Closing Night, Galas, Special Screenings, as well as the titles premiering under the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival banner. Of note, given… Continue Reading

Tribeca Review: Ghanaian Filmaker Priscilla Anany’s ‘Children of the Mountain’ is a Graceful Film About Motherhood, Sacrifices & The Frailty of Our Humanity

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As a Black woman, who is currently child free, motherhood seems like a foreign concept to me. The thought of putting someone else’s needs and desires above my own is an alarming idea, one I’m uncertain I’ll ever be prepared… Continue Reading

A Sit-Down With Former Lifer Bilal Chatman & Directors Kelly Duane de la Vega and Katie Galloway on ‘The Return’, New Beginnings & Our Broken Criminal Justice System

CHATTING WITH FORMER LIFER BILAL CHATMAN & DIRECTORS KELLY DUANE DE LA VEGA & KATIE GALLOWAY ON ‘THE RETURN’

Our society likes to paint a certain picture of the incarcerated. They are likened to monstrous beasts that we are forced to lock up in cages. We’re told that they’re dangerous and irredeemable, not worthy of walking the streets among… Continue Reading