Articles Tagged Tribeca Film Festival
How does Rod Blackhurst bring a fresh perspective to the zombie film? In anticipation of Blackhurst’s Tribeca debut of “Here Alone,” filmmaker Larry Brand asks Blackhurst about his creative process, his relationship to audiences, and his plans for the future.
Having lived on three continents, Thomas Ikimi brings an international perspective to his films. His latest is the short thriller Nostradamus, which revolves around drone warfare and premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival, and coincidentally was chosen as one of the best films of the fest by our senior critic, Kurt Brokaw.
Senior critic Kurt Brokaw commends Tribeca’s Sharon Badal on her “peerless curating” in his annual selection of festival favorites. From the buzzy The Wolfpack to the under-the-radar shorts such as Big Boy selected by Badal, this year’s picks thus far include dramatized dance, rock legends (but not conspiracy theories), and under-helicoptered children.