5th Annual Tribeca Film Festival

“Created by Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro, the mission of the Tribeca Film Festival is to enable the international film community and the general public to experience the power of film by redefining the film festival experience. The Tribeca Film Festival was founded to celebrate New York City as a major filmmaking center and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan”.

The Tribeca Film Festival grows larger every year. This spring, for the fifth anniversary, the Festival broke all records: 274 films from 40 countries were screened at locations around Manhattan. Banners advertising the festival flapped from lampposts, posters appeared in shop windows, and information booths and free popcorn stands were erected in strategic downtown locations. For two weeks the city celebrated film, filmmakers and filmgoers.

“The response to this year’s volunteer recruitment drive has been amazing. At present we have received our full quota of applications for our Volunteer Pool … [and] have begun a Standby List. While we can give you no assurance that you will be assigned to a volunteer shift if you are on our Standby List, you are welcome to send in an application to volunteer. Without the volunteers, the Festival could not operate.”

While most Festival volunteers have (or wish to have) some connection with the film industry, many are simply passionate about the movies. Volunteers received t-shirts, sports bags, badges, a voucher for a free burrito and access to certain screenings – often without any information about which film they would see. The Festival ran from April 25 to May 7 and I viewed an average of one film per day.


Air Guitar Nation Posted by Picasa


Blood of My Brother Posted by Picasa


Choking Man Posted by Picasa


Dorothy Day: Don’t Call Me a Saint Posted by Picasa


East Broadway Posted by Picasa


Encounter Point Posted by Picasa


Fat Girls Posted by Picasa


I Am You Are Posted by Picasa


Kiss Me Again Posted by Picasa


Long Time Listener Posted by Picasa


loudQUIETloud Posted by Picasa


Middletown Posted by Picasa


Mission Impossible III Posted by Picasa


Tell Me Do You Miss Me Posted by Picasa


The Treatment Posted by Picasa


Wordplay Posted by Picasa

  • Air Guitar Nation
  • The Blood of My Brother: A Story of Death in Iraq
  • Choking Man
  • Dorothy Day: Don’t Call Me a Saint
  • East Broadway
  • Encounter Point
  • Fat Girls
  • I Am You Are
  • Kiss Me Again
  • Long-Time Listener
  • loudQUIETloud: A Film About the Pixies
  • Middletown
  • Mission Impossible III
  • Tell Me Do You Miss Me
  • The Treatment
  • Wordplay
  • Tribeca Film Festival
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
  • Advertisements

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