Tribeca Film Festival

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Canadian projects headed to Tribeca Film Festival

Among them is Robert Budreau’s (pictured) copro Stockholm, which world premieres in the festival’s Spotlight Narrative program.

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Canadian features, VR projects to world premiere at Tribeca

Barry Avrich’s documentary Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World will bow at the New York festival, as will a new project from Felix & Paul Studios.


In brief: La Guerre wins Guichet d’or; spring premiere dates

Emergency Room and Game of Homes to bow in April, more accolades for La Guerre des Tuques 3D (pictured) and other news.

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In brief: Tribeca, Hot Docs, spring Canadian TV

Two Canadian shorts announced for Tribeca, three copros land at Hot Docs, plus YTV sets return dates for two series. (A Teachable Moment pictured.)

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Lavender to get world bow at Tribeca

Ed Gass-Donnelly’s latest feature will screen with two other Canadian copros at the New York City festival.

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Lionsgate, Tribeca partner on new SVOD service

The service will feature content from the Lionsgate and Tribeca libraries.


Peter Stebbings-directed short heads to Tribeca

Parachute, from ICF Films, is one of only three short films accepted into the festival’s Shorts Program.


Canucks win in world competitions at Tribeca

Whitewash (pictured) director Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais won the best new narrative director award, while Stephen Dunn won the student visionary award for Life Doesn’t Frighten Me.

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City Life pacts with Tribeca on pilot exchange program

The initiative will see three City Life Film Project filmmakers paired with three Tribeca Film Fellow students to pitch ideas, screen their films, and attend the 2013 Tribeca and TIFF festivals.


Canadians win big at Tribeca Film Festival

War Witch, The World Before Her, and the Rhymes for Young Ghouls script all took home cash prizes from the New York film fest.


Three Canadian shorts in competition at Tribeca

Rung, Trotteur and Barcelona are booked into the New York festival in April.


Tribeca adds to Canadian slate with off-competition picks

Take This Waltz (pictured) and Replicas have been booked into the fest’s Spotlight and Cinemania sections.