Tribeca Film Festival 2014

Our ultimate guide to the festival including movie reviews, ticket info and more


Tribeca Film Festival 2014

Robert De Niro and co.'s downtown film festival has long shown a spotlight on local indie features, documentaries, foreign films, the latest from big-name talent and the greatest from up-and-coming filmmakers. We've got your complete one-stop-shopping guide to this year's festival: our personal must-see picks, showtimes, ticket info, a list of nearby bars and restaurants and oh-so-much more.

Tribeca Film Festival FAQs

When is the Tribeca Film Festival?

The 13th annual Tribeca Film Festival will take place in Lower Manhattan from Apri 16 - 27, 2014.     

Where is the Tribeca Film Festival?
       
A range of venues host the TFF: Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas will be taking part, along with the Tribeca Cinemas, AMC Loews Village 7 and BMCC Tribeca PAC.

When can I buy TFF tickets?
       
Tickets for the Tribeca Film Festival go on sale on Monday April 14, on Sunday April 13 for downtown residents and on Tuesday April 8 for Amercian Express Cardmembers.




The best films now showing

1

Nightcrawler

  • Rated as: 5/5
  • Critics choice

Jake Gyllenhaal goes bug-eyed as a crazed opportunist who finds his calling as a vulturelike collector of crime footage, in screenwriter Dan Gilroy’s thrilling directorial debut.

2

Revenge of the Mekons

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Critics choice

Since the late ’70s, the Mekons have maintained an unusual durability, especially in the context of punk peers. Their story, well-unpacked here, is unexpectedly moving.

3

Goodbye to Language

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Critics choice

At the ripe old age of 83, Jean-Luc Godard embraces the head-spinning potential of 3-D in this free-form provocation, with subjects ranging from Frankenstein to dogs.

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