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Entertainment Daily: Robert de Niro
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Summary: Actor unveils New York film festival to rival Sundance
Story No: 323481
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 07/12/2001 05:00 AM
People: Robert de Niro , Martin Scorsese , Meryl Streep , Edward Burns
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1. WS Auditorium

2. Pan across line of people-

3. Sot Martin Scorsese: " The Tribeca Film Festival is a unique opportunity for people to join together in the downtown community to share their love of cinema and if anybody can do this it is Bob de Niro and Jane Rosenthal who built the Tribeca film centre from, I remember when this was an old coffee house, right."

4. MS Robert de Niro

5. MS Meryl Streep

6. Sot Robert de Niro: " I mean I just came down to Tribeca to live about 20 years ago and I liked it, I just chose to come down here, I loved the neighborhood and so on, and the when I started the film centre and everything that Jane and I are doing, we had always talked about doing a film centre and we thought let's do it down here this would be perfect. And because of what has happened, September 11th has galvanized everything and I guess we feel that this is the time to do it, it is very important for many reason, very obvious reasons so let's do it."

7. CA press

8. Ms from L to R - Robert de Niro-Martin Scorsese-Meryl Streep-Edward Burns.

9. Sot Ed Burns: "Obviously Lower Manhattan and this neighborhood could really use a boost right now. So the great thing about the movie business is that it draws crowds, so when you have a film festival you are going to have people in the neighbourhood and that is going to help all of the restaurants and all of the smaller businesses and maybe some people who may have been hesitant to come south of Canal Street will now come down for the festival discover a restaurant that they like and then start getting that repeat business."

10. WS crowd

ROBERT DE NIRO LAUNCHES NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL

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New York living legend Robert De Niro launched a new film festival last night to showcase the talents of the City's film makers.

The 'Meet The Parents' star was joined by New York State Governor George E. Pataki, Martin Scorsese and Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep.

Centered around the area of Lower Manhattan where De Niro's production company Tribeca Productions is based, the first Tribeca Film Festival will run from May 1st to May 5th, 2002 and highlight the how the area has become a haven for independent film making.

"The film festival will fulfill a dream that I had over 13 years ago when Jane (Rosenthal) and I created the Tribeca Film Centre," said De Niro in a press release. "It is the next logical step in the evolution of New York as the independent film capital of the world. Our commitment to New York and the downtown area has never been stronger."

De Niro's company had been working on the creation of the Tribeca Film Festival for the last few years, but were moved to greater efforts by the atrocities of September 11th.

"The time is perfect for Lower Manhattan to have a world class film festival, " said Jane Rosenthal.

Tribeca Productions, who will run the festival, are hoping it will attract members of the New York City film community, as well as emerging and established film makers from all over the globe.

The festival will hold world premieres and showcase independent films including features, documentaries, shorts and student works. Two awards will be presented at the end of each festival - Emerging Film maker and Best Short Film.

All screenings and events will take place in the locations throughout Tribeca in an effort to help neighbourhood foot traffic and assist local businesses.

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Entertainment Europe: Tribeca Film Festival
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Summary: Tribecca Film festival launched.
Story No: 337495
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/05/2002 04:00 AM
People: Lauren Bacall , Kevin Spacey , Kevin Bacon , Kyra Sedgwick , Robert De Niro , Jane Rosenthal , Jerry Seinfeld , Diane von Furstenberg , Donatella Versace , Graydon Carter , Martin Scorsese
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1. Pan exteriors of The State Supreme Courthouse in New York

2. MS Lauren Bacall, actress

3. SOT Lauren Bacall: "I've been to many festivals and I'm not crazy about going to them, but this one I really wanted to be part of, because I think it will be a major film festival and I think also it is a very serious one."

4. MS Kevin Spacey, actor

5. SOT Kevin Spacey: "I think anything that anybody can do to try to revitalize the city to try to get people came back to downtown below 14th street. A lot of people are coming and paying respects to this hallowed ground, but other than buying hats and T-shirts they are not spending a lot of money and businesses that were devastated by September 11th. So I suppose what we're trying to do is to try and get as much attention to it as we can, and to get people down here and realize that way after this festival which is in five days, life has to go on down here."

6. MS Kevin Bacon actress with his wife Kyra Sedgwick, actress

7. SOT Kevin Bacon: "And Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal really had a great idea."

8. SOT Kyra Sedgwick: "Yes it was a really great idea. Because it is a celebratory thing, a joyous thing, you know the joy is here, absolutely. A big boost for the city and a big boost for this neighborhood, and we are back and better than ever. I mean New Yorkers have changed in the best of ways."

9. WS couple going up the stairs

10. MS Jerry Seinfeld, actor

11. MS Diane Von Furstenberg and pan to photographers

12. SOT Diane Von Furstenberg: "It's always great to create festivals because they promote culture, they promote movies, they promote movies that maybe they can not be seen anywhere, so it's always exciting. And this year, more than ever, to be downtown New York, means to support New York and to believe in it."

13. MS cameramen

14. MS Robert De Niro, actor and Tribeca Film Festival co-founder.

15. SOT Robert De Niro: "It's a whole effort for everybody: film people, the community, businesses, and everybody came together terrifically, and I'm very hopeful and positive that it will be a really good and long lasting part of New York."

16. WS Robert De Niro waiving to fans and going up the stairs

17. MS Donatella Versace, fashion designer

18. SOT Donatella Versace: "I support Robert De Niro - I am the biggest fan. I think he's a great actor, I think he represents New York, you know he represents for me New York, and I wouldn't miss for nothing."

19. MS cameramen

20. SOT Donatella Versace: "I think New York has to show to the world they're still alive, they're not afraid, and they're winners."

21. Pan from traffic to The State Supreme Court of New York

DE NIRO LAUNCHES TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Actor Robert De Niro and Vanity Fair's editor Graydon Carter threw a party Tuesday night (07MAY) in downtown Manhattan, celebrating the launch of the Tribeca Film Festival. The rotunda of the New York State Courthouse was filled with glitterati celebrities such as Lauren Becaul, Donatella Versace, Kevin Spacey and Martin Scorsese.

The Tribeca Film Festival is a celebration of the spirit of New York City and the international independent film community. Co-founders of this much anticipated event are Hollywood's actor Robert De Niro, and executive producer Jane Rosenthal. "We talked about doing it for years, but we never made a plan to do it. There was always, 'That's a good idea, let's think about it tomorrow,"' Rosenthal said. "It wasn't until after Sept. 11, when our neighborhood was so devastated, that we felt we wanted to do something to help our community heal, and to give our community something to look forward to."

The festival is not only encouraging new filmmakers to participate with their movies, but also aims to boost the economy of Tribeca, the slice of downtown named for the Triangle Below Canal. An estimated 100,000 of the 370,000 jobs downtown are gone, and 11,000 businesses have closed or moved.

The inaugural festival will take place May 8th to May 12th, throughout Lower Manhattan. The film slate includes over 150 films including special screenings of Warner Brother films 'Insomnia' and 'Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood', and screening of 'Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones'

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Entertainment: Kevin Spacey
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Summary: UPDATE Star unveils plans for 2nd Tribeca Film Festival
Story No: 364050
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 21/02/2003 05:00 AM
People: Kevin Spacey , Robert De Niro , Michael Bloomberg , Hugh Grant , Toni Collette
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1. Wideshot press conference (l to r Kevin Spacey, Robert De Niro, Mike Bloomberg)

3. SOUNDBITE Mike Bloomberg, Mayor of New York: "It is my pleasure to announce the 2003 Tribeca film Festival will take place from May 3rd to May 11th at a number of locations throughout Lower Manhattan."

4. Cutaway

5. SOUNDBITE Robert De Niro: "This neighbourhood is my home. I am committed to it and that is what this festival is all about. This year we have even more films and more events planned for the Tribeca Film Festival which means hopefully even more people will be coming down town and supporting our neighbourhood, and our city. "

6. Tilt Down Tribeca Film Festival display

7. Cutaway Kevin Spacey

8. SOUNDBITE Kevin Spacey: "I am really delighted to be back this year. Last year at the festival I served on the jury, and I liked it so much that we decided that this year we would create , sort of out of a website that we created about three months ago TriggerStreet.com, a new award that will be given out this year, called the TriggerStreet.com Budweiser New Film Maker award, that will be presented to a contestant within the festival. And we are very excited to be a a part of it again this year. As I say I think it was a remarkable experience last year, the amount of traffic that came downtown, as you just went around the neighbourhood and talked to restaurant owners and talked to people who had businesses down there, right straight through to dry cleaners and everyone else who were hit very badly on September 11th. This festival has really been a part, I think, of revitalizing all of Lower Manhattan. And I am extremely proud that TriggerStreet.com is involved and we thank our sponsor Budweiser and we look forward to seeing you in May. Thank you."

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL BACK FOR 2ND YEAR

The film festival that gave downtown Manhattan an economic and psychological boost last year after the World Trade Center attack will return in May, organisers announced Thursday.

The Tribeca Film Festival, scheduled for May 3-11, will feature 200 premieres and offer more awards than last year's event, which took place eight months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack.

The festival, which included a music and comedy concert, was organized by the actor and native New Yorker Robert De Niro and others.

De Niro and fellow Oscar winner Kevin Spacey appeared at a news conference at City Hall to announce the festival's return.

"Last year's festival was a dream come true," said De Niro, who co-founded the Tribeca Film Center in 1988. "It brought thousands of filmmakers and film lovers to the area from all over the world, which was precisely what lower Manhattan and our city's economy needed post-Sept. 11th."

Kevin Spacey, who owns the TriggerStreet Production company, also announced the creation of a new award for the Festival. The TriggerStreet.com/Budweiser New Filmmaker Award will be presented to a Tribeca Film Festival participant for the first time at the 2003 Festival.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said last year's film series attracted 150,000 people and generated more than $10 million in production costs for the city - including 3,100 hotel room nights booked, some 90,000 restaurant meals eaten and about 78,000 cab fares.

A list of films for the 2003 festival won't be announced until April, but the event will offer a series of films to mark the 25th anniversary of the Black Filmmaker Foundation, as well as a series on movies about music.

Last year's festival, which featured 100 films, included the premieres of 'Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones' and 'About a Boy,' starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette Several films by first-time directors were picked up for distribution, including 'Roger Dodger,' 'Standing in the Shadows of Motown' and 'Interview with the Assassin.'

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Entertainment: Kevin Spacey
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Summary: Star unveils plans for 2nd Tribeca Film Festival
Story No: 364030
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 21/02/2003 05:00 AM
People: Kevin Spacey , Robert De Niro , Michael Bloomberg , Hugh Grant , Toni Collette
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1. SOUNDBITE Mike Bloomberg, Mayor of New York:" It is my pleasure to announce the 2003 Tribeca film Festival will take place from May 3rd to May 11th at a number of locations throughout Lower Manhattan."

2. Wideshot press conference (l to r Kevin Spacey, Robert De Niro, Mike Bloomberg)

3. SOUNDBITE Mike Bloomberg, Mayor of New York: "The Tribeca Film Festival also helped solidify New York's place as one of the worlds great movie cities by taking advantage of our unparalleled cultural vitality, and creating a premium showcase for exciting and innovative film makers. This status was also reinforced by the recent Oscar nominations. More than half of all nominations this year went to films shot on location in New York or to New York based production companies. In addition one of the films that premiered at the 2002 Tribeca Film Festival, 'About A Boy' , is up for best adapted screenplay this year. "

4. Cutaway

5. SOUNDBITE Robert De Niro: " This neighbourhood is my home. I am committed to it and that is what this festival is about . This year we have even more films and more events planned for the Tribeca Film Festival which means hopefully even more people will be coming down town and supporting our neighbourhood and our city. So to everyone who came to the Tribeca Film festival last year, and to those who are considering coming this year I have just one thing to say, come on down. "

6. Tilt Down Tribeca Film Festival display

7. Cutaway Kevin Spacey

8. SOUNDBITE Kevin Spacey: "I am really delighted to be back this year. Last year at the festival I served on the jury and I liked it so much that we decided that this year we would create out of a website that we created about three months ago TriggerStreet.com, a new award that will be given out this year, that will be called the TriggerStreet.com Budweiser New Film Maker award that will be presented to a contestant within the festival. And we are very excited to be a a part of it again this year. As I say I think it was a remarkable experience last year, the amount of traffic that came downtown, as you just went around the neighbourhood and talked to restaurant owners and talked to people who had businesses down there , right straight through to dry cleaners and everyone else who were hit very badly on September 11th. This festival has really been a part I think of revitalizing all of Lower Manhattan, and I am extremely proud that TriggerStreet.com is involved. And we thank our sponsor Budweiser and we look forward to seeing you in May."

9. Cutaway

TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL BACK FOR 2ND YEAR

The film festival that gave downtown Manhattan an economic and psychological boost last year after the World Trade Center attack will return in May, organisers announced Thursday.

The Tribeca Film Festival, scheduled for May 3-11, will feature 200 premieres and offer more awards than last year's event, which took place eight months after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attack.

The festival, which included a music and comedy concert, was organized by the actor and native New Yorker Robert De Niro and others.

De Niro and fellow Oscar winner Kevin Spacey appeared at a news conference at City Hall to announce the festival's return.

"Last year's festival was a dream come true," said De Niro, who co-founded the Tribeca Film Center in 1988. "It brought thousands of filmmakers and film lovers to the area from all over the world, which was precisely what lower Manhattan and our city's economy needed post-Sept. 11th."

Kevin Spacey, who owns the TriggerStreet Production company, also announced the creation of a new award for the Festival. The TriggerStreet.com/Budweiser New Filmmaker Award will be presented to a Tribeca Film Festival participant for the first time at the 2003 Festival.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said last year's film series attracted 150,000 people and generated more than $10 million in production costs for the city - including 3,100 hotel room nights booked, some 90,000 restaurant meals eaten and about 78,000 cab fares.

A list of films for the 2003 festival won't be announced until April, but the event will offer a series of films to mark the 25th anniversary of the Black Filmmaker Foundation, as well as a series on movies about music.

Last year's festival, which featured 100 films, included the premieres of 'Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones' and 'About a Boy,' starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette Several films by first-time directors were picked up for distribution, including 'Roger Dodger,' 'Standing in the Shadows of Motown' and 'Interview with the Assassin.'

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Entertainment Death Of A Dynasty
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Summary: Film starring rap star Jay Z opens at Trebeca Film Festival
Story No: 373733
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Date: 08/05/2003 04:00 AM
People: Russell Simmons , Kurt Cobain , John Belushi , Ol' Dirty Bastard , Drew Barrymore , Jay-Z , Robert De Niro , Rashida Jones , Devon Aoki , Chloe Sevigny , Lorraine Bracco , Flavor Flav , Peter Sarsgaard
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1. Exterior bus with Tribeca Film Festival logo

2. pull back Tribeca Arts Center sign to WS red carpet

3. setup shot Philip Bloch

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Philip Bloch:

"I think the movie's got a lot to do with fashion, like I'm in two scenes and one of the scenes is a fashion show and it's about hip hop and fashion and I think Damon's one of those people that really understands hip hop and fashion and movies, all the different industries, so it's great. You put it in the Tribeca Film Festival and you have a winning combination, I hope."

5. Set-up shot Damon Dash, Director

6. Mid shot Damon Dash and Russell Simmons

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Damon Dash:

"I think a lot of times, people think we take everything seriously, we don't, we're business men and we like to have fun, it's not all about violence and I didn't like the way that we were perceived. So when I got the opportunity to make a movie I chose to spoof, I can laugh at myself and I can laugh at a lot of things that the press says. So this movie is really about manipulating the press and having fun with them."

8. Cutaway press on red carpet

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Damon Dash:

"When Kurt Cobain killed himself was it because of rock 'n' roll, no, when John Belushi died was it because he was a comedian, no, so Jam Master Jay got killed it was an unfortunate situation but you can't blame it on the music, that's the culture that he is from, that's all there really is, that misconception, that very question is the whole reason I made this movie."

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Steven Beer, Producer:

"I'm a control freak and Damon has the whole thing - I've never worked on a movie where the director cast his whole film on his two-way pager. It's a little unconventional for me but I got with the program and I'm so glad I gave him space because he did a great job with it."

11. setup shot ODB (Ol' Dirty Bastard) also known as Dirt McGirt

12. setup shot ODB

13. SOUNDBITE (English) ODB:

"I think everybody should go see it. It's gonna be a film that's gonna be great, hot. Hot!"

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Jade Barrymore (mother of Drew Barrymore):

"He's a brilliant film maker. He's a brilliant artist. He's a brilliant producer. We love him. It's vintage Damon is what we're gonna get. He never let's us down. He's the best."

15. Mid shot Jay-Z on red carpet

16. Mid shot Robert De Niro on red carpet

MOVIE WITH A DASH OF SATIRE

Hip-hop impresario Damon Dash's new film 'Death of a Dynasty' made its world premiere Wednesday night at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The satire on the music biz and the media stars Dash and his business partner, multi-platinum rap artist Jay-Z.

The story offers an insider's look behind the closed doors of a hip-hop empire.

It co-stars Rashida Jones and supermodel Devon Aoki and features a host of cameos including Chloe Sevigny, Jamie Lynn-Sigler, Lorraine Bracco, Dr. Dre, Flavor Flav, Peter Sarsgaard and Run-D.M.C.'s Daryl McDaniels and Jam Master Jay acting in the last film prior to his death.

The film was shot last summer in New York City and centers around 'Dave Katz,' a music journalist (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) who is sent on assignment to uncover the comedic underworld of Roc-a-Fella Records, in real life the same company owned by Dash and Jay-Z.

He is granted free reign as a third wheel to the Roc-a-Fella posse and immediately immerses himself in the heart of the hip-hop world.

Soon he is feeding sordid gossip items about the feuding partners to a local scandal column only to later find out that he is the one being played.

Among those who showed up for the premiere were Steven Beer, the producer, actress Drew Barrymore's mother, Jade Barrymore, celebrity stylist Philip Bloch who appears in the film and ODB (Ol Dirty Bastard) a rapper and member of the group Wu-Tang Clan. After spending some time in jail ODB is trying to make a comeback - having just signed on to Dash's Roc-a Fella Record label.

Dash, who previously directed 'Paper Soldiers', discussed his film but clips were not provided by the studio and the media was not permitted to screen the film before the premiere.

The Tribeca Film Festival was co-founded by Robert DeNiro to celebrate New York City as a major film making capital and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

The First Annual Tribeca Film Festival, held last year, attracted 150,000 people from across the globe.

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Entertainment NY Vanity
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Summary: Vanity Fair party kicks off Tribeca Film Festival
Story No: 562584
Source: AP Entertainment
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 25/04/2008 09:12 AM
People: Robert De Niro , Jessica Seinfeld , James Gandolfini , David Bowie , Iman , Larry David , Padma Lakshmi , Matthew Modine , Harvey Keitel , Sigourney Weaver , Tina Fey , Amy Poehler , Jerry Seinfeld
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++True Date Created = 23/04/2008++

Associated Press Television New York 22 April 2008

1. Exterior, pan from street to exterior of State Supreme Courthouse

2. Robert De Niro arrives at the party

3. Medium shot to wide shot, Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld arrive at the party

4. James Gandolfini arrives at the party

5. David Bowie and Iman arrive at the party

6. Larry David arrives at the party

8. Medium to wide, Padma Lakshmi arrives

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Padma Lakshmi:

"I'm one of the jurors, so I'll be here a lot. I'll be judging all the documentary features, so that's why I'm here tonight."

Reporter: "Very cool. How do you get to be on the jury?"

Padma Lakshmi: "They have to ask you. I have no idea! I got an email and they said, 'we'd really like you to be a part of the jury.'

I said, 'are you sure?"

They said, 'Yeah."

And I said, 'OK.'

I'm really pleased. I love this festival. I've gone to a lot of the movies over the years that they've featured. I think it's a great thing for the city. I'm really excited to be a part of it."

10. Wide shot, Matthew Modine arrives

11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Matthew Modine:

"Well, I have a film in the festival. It's a short film called, 'I Think I Thought' about a fellow that gets in trouble for thinking. He ends up in 'Thinkers Anonymous'. It's a good film. It was made here in the city, with musicians from Julliard that did the score for the film. Ben Wolf led them - (he's) a great musician. It's all New Yorkers, filmed on location here in New York. It's a film that celebrates the beauty of the city."

12. Wide shot, Harvey Keitel arrives

13. Medium shot, Sigourney Weaver speaking to reporters

14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Sigourney Weaver:

"Well, it stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler and Tina plays a professional woman who has to find a surrogate mother to help her have a baby. And I sort of put them together, making a lot of money from it. They're both such tremendous talents and I'm so delighted that I got to work with them and that we made the movie in New York- it's supposed to be Philadelphia- but I'm delighted that it's starting off the festival here."

15. Tilt down, exterior courthouse to Tribeca Film Festival sign

TRIBECA KICKS OF WITH VANITY FAIR PARTY

Some New York's biggest stars showed up to court on Tuesday night (22APR08).

The New York State Supreme Courthouse was, once again, the setting of one of the year's biggest parties as Vanity Fair kicked off the Tribeca Film Festival with their annual star-studded fete.

Festival kingpin Robert De Niro headed the parade of A-Listers that included Jerry Seinfeld, James Gandolfini, Larry David, David Bowie and countless others.

Native New Yorker Padma Lakshmi, star of the hit Bravo show 'Top Chef', was recognised for her judging prowess and given a spot on the festival's jury. She had glowing praise for the festival: "I'm really pleased. I love this festival. I've gone to a lot of the movies over the years that they've featured. I think it's a great thing for the city. I'm really excited to be a part of it."

Opening the festival later today (23APR08) is the comedy "Baby Mama" starring Amy Poehler and Tina Fey and featuring film icon Sigourney Weaver. They're both such tremendous talents, she said of the leading ladies, "and I'm so delighted that I got to work with them and that we made the movie in New York- it's supposed to be Philadelphia- but I'm delighted that it's starting off the festival here."

The Tribeca Film Festival runs from April 23 to May 4.

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Summary: Film starring rap star Jay Z opens at Trebeca Film Festival
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Date: 08/05/2008 00:00 AM
People: Rashida Jones , Jay-Z , Ol' Dirty Bastard , Drew Barrymore , Damon Dash , Peter Sarsgaard , Lorraine Bracco , Chloe Sevigny
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1. Mid shot Jay-Z on red carpet

MOVIE WITH A DASH OF SATIRE

Hip-hop impresario Damon Dash's new film 'Death of a Dynasty' made its world premiere Wednesday night at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The satire on the music biz and the media stars Dash and his business partner, multi-platinum rap artist Jay-Z.

The story offers an insider's look behind the closed doors of a hip-hop empire.

It co-stars Rashida Jones and supermodel Devon Aoki and features a host of cameos including Chloe Sevigny, Jamie Lynn-Sigler, Lorraine Bracco, Dr. Dre, Flavor Flav, Peter Sarsgaard and Run-D.M.C.'s Daryl McDaniels and Jam Master Jay acting in the last film prior to his death.

The film was shot last summer in New York City and centers around 'Dave Katz,' a music journalist (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) who is sent on assignment to uncover the comedic underworld of Roc-a-Fella Records, in real life the same company owned by Dash and Jay-Z.

He is granted free reign as a third wheel to the Roc-a-Fella posse and immediately immerses himself in the heart of the hip-hop world.

Soon he is feeding sordid gossip items about the feuding partners to a local scandal column only to later find out that he is the one being played.

Among those who showed up for the premiere were Steven Beer, the producer, actress Drew Barrymore's mother, Jade Barrymore, celebrity stylist Philip Bloch who appears in the film and ODB (Ol Dirty Bastard) a rapper and member of the group Wu-Tang Clan. After spending some time in jail ODB is trying to make a comeback - having just signed on to Dash's Roc-a Fella Record label.

Dash, who previously directed 'Paper Soldiers', discussed his film but clips were not provided by the studio and the media was not permitted to screen the film before the premiere.

The Tribeca Film Festival was co-founded by Robert DeNiro to celebrate New York City as a major film making capital and to contribute to the long-term recovery of lower Manhattan after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

The First Annual Tribeca Film Festival, held last year, attracted 150,000 people from across the globe.

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Entertainment US Vanity Fair Gala
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Summary: Stars at annual Tribeca Film Festival Vanity Fair gala address fears after Boston bombings
Story No: 887740
Source: AP Entertainment
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Date: 17/04/2013 06:34 AM
People: Christine Baranski , Sandra Bernhard , Whoopi Goldberg , Zac Posen , Christopher Walken , Ray Kelly , Grace Hightower , Gayle King , Jean Reno , Zofia Borucka , Evan Rachel Wood , Sienna Miller , Aida Turturro , Jane Rosenthal
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++DAY SHOTS++

1.Wide exterior of NYC State Supreme Courthouse

2. Fashion pan of Christine Baranski arriving

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Christine Baranski/Actress - on how the Tribeca Film Festival's inception was to celebrate not only filmmaking but New York:

"Oh, gosh yes. I mean what was going on in Boston you can see how a city has a life. It's like, it's a tribe, it's a family and New Yorkers, I think since 9/11 particularly, we have a sense of our city in a different way and downtown New York. I think it's great that they created the Tribeca Film Festival."

4. Fashion pan of Sandra Bernhard arriving

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Rosenthal/Co-Founder, Tribeca Film Festival:

"You can't take anything for granted. We can't take anything for granted in terms of our freedoms. Our hearts are with everyone in Boston and, you know, we can't let terror or fear deter us from doing anything so we're going on with our film festival and as the President and the Mayor says we're going to keep on doing what we do."

6. Fashion pan of Whoopi Goldberg

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Whoopi Goldberg/Actress, TV Personality, Director - on the idea that some people are afraid to go out in crowds:

"I say that's alright. We're out for you. Eventually you'll come out but we're out here right now because we know how important it is to make right the rest of our days, you know, so you don't have to come the next couple of days. Stay until you feel better. But we're out here and we got your back."

8. Wide of Whoopi Goldberg greeting designer Zac Posen and guest, actress, model Tao Okamoto

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Whoopi Goldberg/Actress, TV Personality, Director - on why she attended the gala:

"Well, because I said I would, you know. I generally like to be at home eating potato chips but I gave my word I would come to the opening night gala -- and I'm not a gala kind of girl -- but I'm here."

10. Medium of designer Zac Posen, left, and Tao Okamoto, right, arriving

11. Medium of Christopher Walken and wife Georgianne arriving

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Kelly/New York City Police Commissioner:

"We believe that by increasing uniform presence we've sort of raised the comfort level. People understandably feel a little anxious after a terrible event yesterday in Boston so we do that to again make people feel a little more comfortable and let them know we're on the job."

13. Medium of New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, left, and wife Veronica

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Kelly/New York City Police Commissioner

"Well, we have in essence increased police coverage at iconic locations, on the subway system and what we generally refer to as sensitive locations and we do some things that are seen and some things that are unseen but in essence we've increased our over-watch you might say of the city."

15. Medium of Robert DeNiro and wife Grace Hightower arriving

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16. Fashion pan of TV personality Gayle King arriving

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Gayle King/TV Personality

"Lsten I tell you I like seeing the police officers around and it just makes me know you can't live your life in fear as afraid as it is and scary as it is you can't live your life in fear so I like seeing the increased police presence. I like it."

18. Medium of French actor Jean Reno, left, and wife Zofia Borucka

19. Medium of Evan Rachel Wood arriving

20. Medium and pan out to wide of Sienna Miller arriving with Matilda Sturridge

21. SOUNDBITE (English) Aida Turturro/Actress

"You never know. I mean you can die by crossing the street or you can get hit by a car. I guess it's like it's life and you just have to trust life and you go with it and what can you do? I mean it's scary but think of those people who live with it every day in other countries who are like, you know, bombings all the time. So I think the best thing is to continue life because if you don't they're winning. If they keep you from living your life than they've won. They've taken your life away from you right there."

22. Wide exterior of NYC State Supreme Courthouse lit up at night for the party

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STARS ATTENDING ANNUAL TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL GALA ADDRESS SECURITY CONCERNS

The Tribeca Film Festival was born out of the 9/11 terror attacks and celebrities attending an annual Vanity Fair gala in New York City to kick off this year's event were mindful of the shadow cast by Monday's (15 APRIL 2013) explosions at the Boston Marathon. The two bombings killed three people and left more than 170 injured.

Whoopi Goldberg understood if some people were apprehensive to go out in crowded, public areas.

"I say that's alright. We're out for you," said the star.

"Eventually you'll come out but we're out here right now because we know how important it is to make right the rest of our days, you know, so you don't have to come the next couple of days. Stay until you feel better. But we're out here and we got your back."

The actress and TV personality is a juror at the festival this year and directed a documentary that is holding its world premiere called "I Got Somethin' to Tell You."

Aida Turturro, best known for her role on TV's "The Sopranos," said it's important to live your life and not be scared.

"I mean you can die by crossing the street or you can get hit by a car," she explained.

"I guess it's like it's life and you just have to trust life and you go with it and what can you do? I mean it's scary but think of those people who live with it every day in other countries who are like, you know, bombings all the time. So I think the best thing is to continue life because if you don't they're winning. If they keep you from living your life than they've won. They've taken your life away from you right there."

Meantime, Jane Rosenthal, the co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival, said essentially the event must go on.

"Our hearts are with everyone in Boston and, you know, we can't let terror or fear deter us from doing anything so we're going on with our film festival and as the President and the Mayor says we're going to keep on doing what we do," explained Rosenthal.

New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly also attended the gala and hoped increased police presence would calm people's fears.

"We believe that by increasing uniform presence we've sort of raised the comfort level," he said.

"People understandably feel a little anxious after a terrible event yesterday in Boston so we do that to again make people feel a little more comfortable and let them know we're on the job."

The Tribeca Film Festival runs April 17 through April 28.

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NAS FILM OPENS TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

The Nas documentary, "Time Is Illmatic," kicked off the 13th Tribeca Film Festival Wednesday (16 APRIL 2014) in New York.

The film opened at the Beacon Theatre for the first time, and expanding the festival by moving uptown seemed to please its co-founder, Robert De Niro.

"We're very happy and excited by it," he said on the red carpet.

The documentary "Time Is Illmatic" comes out at the 20th anniversary of Nas' debut album "Illmatic." That album is widely-regarded as one of the most influential in hip hop. The film traces the rapper's journey from a street poet to finding success.

He'll also put out a revamped edition of the album with remixes and new material called "Illmatic XX."

When asked if you could ever imagine the success and film based on it when writing the album, Nas joked for a second.

"Maybe if it was a film I shot myself of like, like a little hood movie maybe (laughs) but yes and no. Yes and no because you know I already made videos. I was makin' videos for the album so back then I started thinking about movies but I could've never foreseen this right here," Nas said.

"Illmatic" was Nas' debut album in 1994 and is one of the most revolutionary albums in hip hop thanks to its strong narrative describing the artist's life on the streets of Queens. But Nas says after it's success, he's never tried to duplicate it.

"I think a lot of people wanted me to chase this album. I never got that. You know I never did that. I always felt like it was important to grow. You've gotta grow. I never tried to chase it. I never will. That's a time period that's happened already and you can't fake that," Nas said.

Actor Michael Rapaport walked the red carpet ahead of his directorial effort later in the week.

"I'm so excited to be part of the Tribeca Film Festival. I think that obviously the Nas documentary couldn't be more New York, you know, his album is a classic album, it's a classic hip hop album and it's classic American music. It's beyond hip-hop, it's beyond rap music and I'm excited to see it. And tomorrow night you know we have 'When the Garden was Eden' the film that I directed about the '70-'73 Knicks and I'm really excited for people to see that. I'm really excited to be in New York showing and that was the goal to have it first be seen in New York," Rapaport said.

Michael K. Williams, of both 'The Wire,' and 'Boardwalk Empire' also came out to support Nas.

"I mean this documentary is more than just about an album. It's spanning, the lifespan of an epic career, born and bred in New York City from the hood of Queens Bridge Projects. He's seen a lot of things and gone a lot of places where he wasn't necessarily supposed to go, so you've got to celebrate that. And to me this is about his legacy more than just one record," he said.

This year's festival will feature 80-plus films, heavy on music-themes.

Alex Gibney's unfinished, untitled James Brown documentary will screen, as will the concert film "Bjork: Biophilia Live."

The lineup includes documentaries on Alice Cooper ("Super Duper Alice Cooper,") the Grateful Dead's Bob Weir ("The Other One") and jazz trumpeter Clark Terry ("Keep on Keepin' On.")

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New York, 16 April 2014

1. Wide of red carpet

2. Medium of Nas entering red carpet and posing for photographers

3. Medium of Nas talking to reporter

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Nas/Recording Artist, on imaging he'd be at Tribeca when writing the album:

"Maybe if it was a film I shot myself of like, like a little hood movie maybe (laughs) but yes and no. Yes and no because you know I already made videos. I was makin' videos for the album, so back then I started thinking about movies, but I could've never foreseen this right here."

5. Medium of Nas talking to reporter

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nas/Recording Artist, on the challenge of following up a great debut album:

"I think a lot of people wanted me to chase this album. I never got that. You know I never did that. I always felt like it was important to grow. You've gotta grow. I never tried to chase it. I never will. That's a time period that's happened already and you can't fake that."

7. Wide of Nas posing with One9, Erik Parker, and Jungle

8. Wide of Robert De Niro entering red carpet

9. Camera cutaway

10. Medium of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert De Niro/Actor, Festival Co-Founder, on the continued success of the festival:

"It's great. I'm very happy. We all are very happy it was received so well over the years, become part of the city. The city fabric, cultural fabric if you will. It's great."

12. Wide of Robert De Niro talking to reporter

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert De Niro/Actor, Festival Co-Founder, on opening the film in an uptown theater:

"Well we're uptown but in a great venue so that's the tradeoff. Things usually happen at the Ziegfeld and that's a great place, it's the place we usually have premieres, not only us but all the movies that open in New York, certain movies and but this is like another type of thing and very special, so we're very happy and excited by it."

14. Medium of Michael Mosberg and Jemima Kirke posing for photographers, pull out to show Michael Rapaport

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael Rapaport/Actor

"I'm so excited to be part of the Tribeca Film Festival. I think that obviously the Nas documentary couldn't be more New York, you know, his album is a classic album, it's a classic hip hop album and it's classic American music. It's beyond hip-hop, it's beyond rap music and I'm excited to see it. And tomorrow night you know we have 'When the Garden was Eden' the film that I directed about the '70-'73 Knicks and I'm really excited for people to see that. I'm really excited to be in New York showing it and that was the goal to have it first be seen in New York."

16. Wide of Michael K. Williams on red carpet, push in to his skirt

17. Medium of Michael K. Williams talking to reporter

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael K. Williams/Actor

"I mean this documentary is more than just about an album. It's spanning, the lifespan of an epic career, born and bred in New York City from the hood of Queens Bridge Projects. He's seen a lot of things and gone a lot of places where he wasn't necessarily supposed to go, so you've got to celebrate that. And to me this is about his legacy more than just one record."

19. Wide of red carpet

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Date: 18/04/2014 07:21 AM
People: Susan Sarandon , Chelsea Clinton , Robert De Niro , Heather Graham , Paul Haggis , Dev Patel , Eva Amurri , Grace Hightower , Henry Winkler , Hillary Clinton , Karolina Kurkova , Olivia Palermo , Whoopi Goldberg
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STARS ATTEND PARTY DURING TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL, SUSAN SARANDON COMMENTS ON CHELSEA CLINTON'S PREGNANCY

The Tribeca Film Festival isn't just about films, it's also about parties.

Stars like Robert De Niro, Heather Graham and director Paul Haggis attended Swiss watch brand IWC's "For the Love of Cinema" party Thursday (17 APRIL 2014) in New York.

Dev Patel said on the carpet that he's in the middle of shooting the final season of HBO's "The Newsroom."

"I'm kind of exhausted but I've had a couple of glasses of wine so that's keeping me awake right now," he joked.

Susan Sarandon, who is getting ready to be a grandmother for the first time when her daughter, actress Eva Amurri gives birth this summer, said she was also excited by the news that Chelsea Clinton is pregnant too.

"It's great. Life goes on. Ob-la-di. I'm all for it these girls that are you know they know everything so it's gonna be a very healthy, well informed birth and you know I'm really proud of her."

The Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 27.

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New York, 17 April 2014

1.Medium of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower arriving at party

2. Zoom out to wide of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower arriving at party

3. Tight shot of Robert De Niro

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Haggis/Director - on talking to Robert De Niro:

"Yeah. Just talks your ear off. Can't shut up, shut up, shut up. You can't get him to stop (laughs.) No, he's exactly what you think he is. He's a very cool guy and you know when he speaks he has something to say."

5. Pan up of Susan Sarandon arriving

6. Medium of Susan Sarandon

7. Wide of Susan Sarandon

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Susan Sarandon/Actress - on daughter Eva Amurri's pregnancy:

"It's going really well. She just taped a pilot with Henry Winkler called 'The Winklers' and so now she can just focus on growing the baby and she's due in August and so I'll be out there in August. I'm really excited. She's very healthy. She's happy. Except her husband Kyle (Martino) you know he's doing that Discovery Channel thing where the guy's jumping off of Mt. Everest so he's going to be gone for a month while they acclimate and get ready for the event to happen so that's pretty exciting."

Reporter: "Wow, a lot going on."

Susan Sarandon: "Yeah, yeah, yeah. A lot going on."

Reporter: "Hillary Clinton is also going to be a grandmother."

Susan Sarandon: "I saw that!"

Reporter: "What do you think of that?

Susan Sarandon: "It's great. Life goes on. Ob-la-di. I'm all for it these girls that are you know they know everything so it's gonna be a very healthy, well informed birth and you know I'm really proud of her."

9. Wide of Heather Graham on the red carpet

10. Push in to medium of Heather Graham

11. Fashion pan of Heather Graham

12. Medium of Karolina Kurkova

13. Fashion pan of Karolina Kurkova

14. Wide of Olivia Palermo

15. Fashion pan of Olivia Palermo

16. Medium of Whoopi Goldberg posing

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Dev Patel/Actor

"I'm kind of exhausted but I've had a couple of glasses of wine so that's keeping me awake right now."

18. Tight shot of Dev Patel on the carpet

19. Zoom out to medium of Dev Patel

20. Zoom out to wide of Dev Patel

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ITALIAN HIT 'HUMAN CAPITAL' PREMIERES AT THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Italian director Paolo Virz brought his "Human Capital" movie to the Tribeca Film Festival Friday (18 APRIL 2014.)

The thriller mixed with sarcasm and dark comedy was released in Italy in January and earned about $7.5 million (U.S.)

"Human Capital" follows two families, one wealthy and the other middle-class. Two of their children begin a relationship causing the family's to intertwine, but tragedy occurs.

On the red carpet, star Valeria Golino said it's "always" exciting to bring a film to America.

"To bring things to the U.S. it's always exciting for us, you know? Because it's a big visibility and you know here's the movie town, movie country, you know, so we're very, very proud."

Virz acknowledged that the Tribeca Film Festival, now in its 13th year, is smaller than say, the Venice Film Festival, which will turn 71 in August, but said he prefers it.

"I love this kind of festival because Venice is more pompous, it's not a city where people live. It's a touristical place. I love the festivals like Torino or Tribeca or Bali for example or Locarno where your audience fill the screenings."

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New York, 18 April 2014

1.Medium of Italian actress and director Valeria Golino arriving

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Valeria Golino/Actress - on whether it's exciting to bring the film to the U.S. after it was a hit in Italy:

"Very. Always. To bring things to the U.S. it's always exciting for us, you know? Because it's a big visibility and you know here's the movie town, movie country, you know, so we're very, very proud."

3. Medium of Valeria Bruni Tedeschi arriving

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Paolo Virz/Director

"I love this festival because it's a festival crowded and followed by a lot of film lovers."

Reporter: "This is a smaller film festival than say, Venice."

Paolo Virz: "Yeah, but, you know, I love this kind of festival because Venice is more pompous, it's not a city where people live. It's a touristical place. I love the festivals like Torino or Tribeca or Bali for example or Locarno where your audience fill the screenings."

5.Wide of movie theater exterior with '2014 Tribeca Film Festival' marquee

6. Zoom in to tight shot of '2014 Tribeca Film Festival' marquee

7. Zoom out to wide of movie theater exterior

(Reporter off camera to Paolo Virz: "Do you already know what your next movie will be?"

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Paolo Virz/Director

"Oh yeah, I know. (laughs.)"

Reporter: Have you started working on it or do you know when you'll start?"

Paolo Virz: "I am still writing."

Reporter: "Do you have a star in mind?"

Paolo Virz: "Yeah but I can't tell you! (laughs) I didn't sign the contract (laughter.)"

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Date: 15/04/2015 05:05 AM
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New York, 14 April 2015

1. Wide of State Supreme Court Building, push in to guests walking up steps

2. Wide of guests being photographed

3. Festival signage atop the steps

4. Medium shot of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Robert De Niro/Actor, Festival co-founder:

(Reporter: "Bob, how proud are you of this festival?")

Robert De Niro: "I'm very proud, obviously. It's lasted until now and what more could I ask for, could we ask for?"

6. Tilt up on Jane Rosenthal

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Rosenthal/Festival co-founder:

"It's extraordinary to have Monty Python, so many of the people that are coming. The SNL - celebrating SNL. We have a lot of big celebrations as well as all the new technology. We have a home this year in Spring Studios and everybody can come and enjoy the festival and feel the community of Tribeca and downtown."

8. Medium shot Harvey Keitel and Daphna Kastner posing for photographers

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Harvey Keitel/Actor, on what his friend Robert De Niro has accomplished:

(Reporter: "Your friend Bob has created such a festival - what are you most proud of?")

Keitel: "That Rob has recognized the importance of these stories people are putting on film, to share them with us."

10. Tilt up on Debi Mazar

11. Medium shot Theo Rossi touches Sarah Jones' pregnant belly, tilt up

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Theo Rossi/Actor:

"I couldn't ask for a better place. This is my city. This is where I grew up. I carry it on my back everywhere I go in the world and there is no better place to be, so this is a dream come true for me."

(Reporter: "Tell me about the film?")

Theo Rossi: "'Bad Hurt' - it's a film set in Staten Island 1999. A struggle. A family. What families go through. A son with PTSD, a returning veteran. A daughter with disabilities. And just the inner workings. What's behind the door? We see a lot in life but what is it like when a family has to live their life. It's a complicated thing and it's really beautiful."

13. Medium shot Leslie Moonves and Julie Chen

14. Various of Joan Smalls

15. Wide of Nick Sandow

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Nick Sandow/Actor:

"It's very important. I made a New York story and it's in a New York festival. And this festival coming out of 9-11, it's very special. I'm a New Yorker. I'm from the Bronx. It means a lot to me to be here and to have my film here. There's no other place it should be. It makes a lot of sense."

17. Wide of venue at night, zoom in to festival signage

ROBERT DE NIRO, HARVEY KEITEL, OTHERS ATTEND VANITY FAIR PARTY TO KICK OFF TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Tribeca Film festival co-founder Robert De Niro attended the Vanity Fair party Tuesday (14 APRIL 2015) in New York. The annual soiree celebrates the festival, which will see its 14th installment.

Before climbing the steps of the party's location at the State Supreme Courthouse, the actor expressed his delight at the success of the festival.

"I'm very proud, obviously. It's lasted until now and what more could I ask for, could we ask for?" he said.

De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff founded the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002 as a means of stimulating New York after the September 11 terror attacks.

Rosenthal is thrilled at the growth of the festival since then, and especially this year's lineup.

"It's extraordinary to have Monty Python, so many of the people that are coming. The SNL - celebrating SNL. We have a lot of big celebrations as well as all the new technology. We have a home this year in Spring Studios and everybody can come and enjoy the festival and feel the community of Tribeca and downtown," Rosenthal said.

Longtime De Niro co-star Harvey Keitel is proud of what his friend has accomplished.

"Rob has recognized the importance of these stories people are putting on film, to share them with us," Keitel said.

Two television stars are directing films in this year's festival.

Theo Rossi, who recently wrapped up the final season of "Sons of Anarchy," has a movie called "Bad Hurt."

"It's a film set in Staten Island 1999. A struggle. A family. What families go through. A son with PTSD, a returning veteran. A daughter with disabilities. And just the inner workings. What's behind the door?" Rossi explained.

"We see a lot in life but what is it like when a family has to live their life. It's a complicated thing and it's really beautiful."

Another New Yorker, Nick Sandow - best known as assistant warden Joe Caputo in "Orange is the New Black" - said there's no better place for him to premiere his film, "The Wannabe."

"I made a New York story and it's in a New York festival," he said.

"And this festival coming out of 9-11, it's very special. I'm a New Yorker. I'm from the Bronx. It means a lot to me to be here and to have my film here. There's no other place it should be. It makes a lot of sense."

The Tribeca Film Festival kicks off on April 15 with "Live From New York," a documentary about Saturday Night Live.

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New York, 15 April 2015

1. Wide of tents on Columbus Avenue

2. Medium of Lorne Michaels posing for photographers

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Lorne Michaels, creator/executive producer, "Saturday Night Live":

"('SNL' executive producer and costume designer) Tom Broecker, who is just a genius and who has been at the show for a long time, came in and said, 'I'd like to do a documentary and I'd like to sort of mark this time and I think I have the people to do it,' and I said, 'Good luck and I'll see you at the premiere' and I expect to see him at the premiere tonight."

4. SOUNDBITE (English) J.L. Pomeroy, "Live From New York!" producer (with Tom Broecker):

"When we very, very first conceived of the idea for this film it was our dream from day one truly to debut it at Tribeca Film Festival because we're making a film about 'Saturday Night Live,' a beloved New York institution, and we're debuting it at Tribeca, a beloved New York institution, and a huge part of our film is 'Saturday Night Live's importance that it played after 9/11 and what an important like cathartic moment that was for New Yorkers to see what was happening on 'Saturday Night Live.'"

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Owen Moogan, "Live From New York!" producer:

"It was like what was happening politically at the time, what commercials we were mocking and why we were doing them? Sinead O'Conner, remember what a big deal that was, you know, years ago and then to have for example Chris Rock in the film say that after all that time it 'turns out she was right.' What a strange change of opinion and it's a context to see things at a slightly slower speed perhaps than the 24-hour news cycles that we're now used to."

6. Medium of former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani and wife Judith

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor:

"Well because these two institutions mean a great deal to New York. 'Saturday Night Live' and 'Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!' has been the best advertisement New York City can get over the last 40 years and during some of the city's worst times and the Tribeca Film Festival started as a very small film festival. Now it's one of the greatest in the world tied to New York and you have two men, Lorne Michaels and Robert De Niro, who have been tremendous supporters of the city and, as Judith (Giuliani) pointed out before, came to our support after Sept. 11 more than most."

8. Medium of Robert De Niro arriving

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Bao Nguyen, "Live From New York!" director:

"I mean there's been so many documentaries and programs about 'SNL' in the past already, so our film is a very specific and narrow approach, which is looking at how SNL has reflected American culture and society and how it's impacted it in many ways. Just looking at it through that scope it made it easier but of course it wasn't... It was much easier to do other projects than this but, you know, there's tons of people we could have talked to, tons of stories we could have told and so yeah, going through the list of everyone that's been on that show and trying to figure out who we were going to talk to, that was almost an impossible task. It was like, 'I don't know if I can do this.'"

10. CU of 'SNL' cast member Beck Bennett, pull out to medium of, left to right, Kate McKinnon, Bobby Moynihan and Beck Bennett saying in unison, "Hey! We're at the Tribeca Film Festival!"

11. Medium of 'SNL' cast member Kate McKinnon posing for photos

'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE' DOCUMENTARY KICKS OFF TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

Live from New York, it's the 14th annual Tribeca Film Festival!

The festival kicked off Wednesday (15 APRIL 2015) night at New York's Beacon Theatre with the premiere of the "Saturday Night Live" documentary "Live From New York!"

Directed by Bao Nguyen, the film looks back at the history of "SNL" and was made with the sanction of the show's creator, Lorne Michaels.

When approached about the idea for the documentary, Michaels recalled saying, "Good luck and I'll see you the premiere," he told reporters on the red carpet.

Nguyen said at times the project felt a little overwhelming.

"There's tons of people we could have talked to, tons of stories we could have told and so yeah, going through the list of everyone that's been on that show and trying to figure out who we were going to talk to, that was almost an impossible task. It was like, 'I don't know if I can do this,'" he explained.

Rapper Ludacris was to follow the premiere with a performance.

"Live From New York!" adds to the celebration of the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Live."

Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani said the documentary was the appropriate start to the film festival.

"These two institutions mean a great deal to New York. 'Saturday Night Live' and 'Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!' has been the best advertisement New York City can get over the last 40 years and during some of the city's worst times and the Tribeca Film Festival started as a very small film festival. Now it's one of the greatest in the world tied to New York," he said.

"You have two men, Lorne Michaels and Robert De Niro, who have been tremendous supporters of the city and, as Judith (Giuliani) pointed out before, came to our support after Sept. 11 more than most."

"Live From New York!" begins a theme at this year's Tribeca. A number of films at the festival document comedy from behind-the-scenes, with subjects including National Lampoon and New Yorker cartoons.

An event commemorating the 40th anniversary of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" is also planned.

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1. Wide exterior shot of Tribeca Film Festival event venue

2. Wide exterior shot of Tribeca Film Festival event venue

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New York, 16 April 2015

3. Medium shot of actor and Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro and wife Grace Hightower posing for photos on red carpet

4. Medium shot of Robert De Niro and wife Grace Hightower posing for photos on red carpet

5. Medium shot of Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal posing for photos

6. Medium shot of Christoph Waltz talking to reporter on carpet

7. Medium shot of Christoph Waltz talking to reporter on carpet

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Christoph Waltz, actor, on what the film festival represents:

"The significance, I think, is more for the people who start out. It's a starting point and since it's more about film or cinema as such and not so much about breaking into the business - of course everybody wants to break into the business - but here it's more a safer environment than in Cannes for example."

9. Medium shot of Dakota Fanning posing for photos on carpet

10. Medium shot of Dakota Fanning talking to reporter

11. Medium shot of Joel McHale posing for photos

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Joel McHale, actor, on "friendship" with Christoph Waltz:

"Oh yeah, Christoph Waltz and I did two movies together. It was called 'Fart Police' and 'Fart Police 2' and I don't think it got the recognition it should, but I think it'll get another chance at some other film festival."

13. Medium shot of Joel McHale posing for photos

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14. SOUNDBITE (English) Joel McHale, actor, on making "Community" for Yahoo:

"There are not restraints but it's not like it's just all d*** shots and MMA fighting or something. It's the same show. Dan (Harmon) was like, 'I'm not changing the show,' but now the show can breathe - and his imagination has just run. So, there's no notes from Yahoo. It's really crazy and wonderful and the show can be slightly longer. Instead of 21 and a half minutes, which is how long sitcoms are, or 22 minutes, now they've been 26 and 29. Shocker. So, I've enjoyed this season as much as I've ever enjoyed anything I've ever done in my entire life."

15. Medium shot of Jennifer Morrison posing for photos

16. Medium shot of Jennifer Morrison talking to reporter

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Jennifer Morrison, actress, on having film she directed at festival:

"Honestly, I don't think it's real to me yet. Today is sort of my kickoff event for me. I know last night was the first night of the festival but today is my first night participating in events, so it's not quite real. I've seen the movie probably 100-thousand times between editing and color timing and whatever. So in my mind it's just going to be like on a TV in my living room and I think I'll be really overwhelmed when I see it on a big screen."

18. Wide shot of Paul Haggis posing for photos

19. Medium shot of Paul Haggis talking to reporter

20. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Haggis, director, on how he manages his Tribeca film going:

"Oh, you know that's hard. I just look for what films I won't get a chance to see any place else and there's so many of them that are so intriguing and interesting. I just get the list, start circling, see what I can go to. Yeah, I'm just like any other guy."

21. Medium shot of Robert De Niro and wife Grace Hightower leaving carpet

CHRISTOPH WALTZ, ROBERT DE NIRO, JOEL MCHALE WALK CARPET FOR TRIBECA AFFAIR

The subject was "For the Love of Cinema" at the Tribeca Film Festival in Manhattan Thursday night (16 APRIL) as stars showed up for an event to honor and support the nonprofit Tribeca Film Institute.

Festival co-founder and iconic actor Robert De Niro was on the carpet with his wife Grace Hightower.

Also at the event was Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz, who spoke about how Tribeca stands out from other film festivals around the world.

"The significance, I think, is more for the people who start out. It's a starting point and since it's more about film or cinema as such and not so much about breaking into the business - of course everybody wants to break into the business - but here it's more a safe environment than in Cannes for example," said Waltz.

The event was being hosted by funny man Joel McHale who talked about what it's like now that his show "Community" is streaming on Yahoo - having moved over from broadcast television.

"It's the same show. Dan (Harmon) was like, 'I'm not changing the show,' but now the show can breathe - and his imagination has just run. So, there's no notes from Yahoo. It's really crazy and wonderful and the show can be slightly longer. Instead of 21 and a half minutes, which is how long sitcoms are, or 22 minutes, now they've been 26 and 29. Shocker. So, I've enjoyed this season as much as I've ever enjoyed anything I've ever done in my entire life," McHale said.

"Once Upon a Time" star Jennifer Morrison, who lives in New York, was attending her first festival as a director, making her directorial debut for the short film "Warning Labels."

She said she's thrilled that the film is being shown at Tribeca:

"Honestly, I don't think it's real to me yet. Today is sort of my kickoff event for me. I know last night was the first night of the festival but today is my first night participating in events so it's not quite real. I've seen the movie probably 100-thousand times between editing and color timing or whatever. So in my mind it's just going to be like on a TV in my living room and I think I'll be really overwhelmed when I see it on a big screen."

Oscar-winning director Paul Haggis, another New Yorker, said he always attends the film festival and is just like everyone else when it comes to figuring out what films to catch.

"Oh, you know that's hard. I just look for what films I won't get a chance to see any place else and there's so many of them that are so intriguing and interesting. I just get the list, start circling, see what I can go to. Yeah, I'm just like any other guy," he smiled.

The Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 26th.

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New York, 17 April 2015

1.Medium of Richard Gere posing on the red carpet

2. SOUNDBITE (English) Richard Gere/Actor - on the Tribeca Film Festival:

"Of course it's fun. This is a very interesting festival. There are - it's a very embracing festival. You don't have to have English subtitles to get into Tribeca. It's embracing all kinds of different films so I think it's interesting. Documentaries, shorts, a lot of American films, I like it. I like it. It feels like a New York festival."

3. Medium of Dakota Fanning posing

4. Fashion pan of Dakota Fanning

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Dakota Fanning/Actress - on wearing a prosthetic baby bump in the film:

"Yeah, I definitely had to - it was something I had to get used to but it had some weight to it which helped me. It made me kind of move differently and walk differently and all that so I really actually loved it. It's weird how that instinct just kicked in immediately just having this sort of you felt like there was something you needed to protect even though there was nothing in there."

6. Cutaway of Theo James giving an interview

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Theo James/Actor - on whether it's nice to promote a smaller film after the whirlwind "Insurgent" press tour

"It is very nice. It's great to do both but you know on a small film like this you end up knowing people better. (Director Andrew) Renzi, for example, is a friend and it's more of a you get to a process with the film and it's also good to play different characters and to play in a different way. It's a narrative piece, it's a character piece and it's very different so, yes."

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Dakota Fanning/Actress - on her favorite Richard Gere film:

"I love 'Pretty Woman.' Love 'Pretty Woman.'"

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Theo James/Actor - on his favorite Richard Gere film:

"'Officer and a Gentlemen' still. I think he's cool in that. He's like vintage Gere in it."

10. Medium of director Andrew Renzi posing

THEO JAMES ENJOYS PROMOTING A SMALLER FILM FOR A CHANGE AT THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

After last month's whirlwind press tour for "Insurgent," the second film in the "Divergent" series, Theo James had a much more low key experience on the red carpet for his new film "Franny."

The film premiered Friday (17 APRIL 2015) at the Tribeca Film Festival.

"It is very nice. It's great to do both but you know on a small film like this you end up knowing people better. (Director Andrew) Renzi, for example, is a friend and it's more of a you get to a process with the film and it's also good to play different characters and to play in a different way. It's a narrative piece, it's a character piece and it's very different so, yes."

James stars with Dakota Fanning, as a young married couple who befriend an eccentric philanthropist, played by Richard Gere who is trying to relive his past.

Fanning, who recently turned 21-years-old, is pregnant in the film and marveled at wearing a prosthetic baby bump.

"It was something I had to get used to but it had some weight to it which helped me. It made me kind of move differently and walk differently and all that so I really actually loved it. It's weird how that instinct just kicked in immediately just having this sort of you felt like there was something you needed to protect even though there was nothing in there," she laughed.

Both actors were excited to work with Richard Gere and shared their favorite movies that he's starred in. James likes the 1982 classic, "An Officer and a Gentleman," because he's "cool in that...like vintage Gere." Fanning, on the other hand, chose 1990's "Pretty Woman," co-starring Julia Roberts.

Gere, however, was happy to be in the moment, enjoying the Tribeca Film Festival.

"This is a very interesting festival. There are - it's a very embracing festival. You don't have to have English subtitles to get into Tribeca. It's embracing all kinds of different films so I think it's interesting. Documentaries, shorts, a lot of American films, I like it. I like it. It feels like a New York festival."

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Date: 21/04/2015 03:41 AM
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New York, 20 April 2015

1. Wide of street, pan to arrivals area, outside of Manhattan's Balthazar Restaurant

2. Medium shot of actor and Tribeca Film Festival co-founder Robert De Niro and wife Grace Hightower arriving for dinner

3. Close shot of Uma Thurman talking to producer Brian Grazer on carpet

4. Close shot of Uma Thurman posing for photos

5. Tilt up of Cobie Smulders

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Cobie Smulders, actress:

"I'm a juror. I'm in the best narrative director category. So I've been watching lots of films that are all wonderful and varied. Yeah, it's been a really interesting process and I have - I think our deliberations are on Wednesday. So we have just a couple more days of viewings and then we're going to go into a small room and debate."

7. Medium shot of Cobie Smulders talking to reporter on carpet

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Cobie Smulders, Actress:

"Yeah, 'The Avengers,' it's coming out soon. I mean they turned that around so fast, really. I mean, I can't believe how quickly they got it into theaters because we just - I think they just wrapped at the end of last year and they've just been like editing like mad people."

9. Medium shot of Cobie Smulders and Jennifer Morrison hugging

10. Close shot of Jennifer Morrison, pull out to wide

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Jennifer Morrison, actress/director, on screening film she directed:

"The film's called 'Warning Labels.' We screened for the first time on Thursday night and had a great response. You don't know until you get into a room with an audience how people are going to respond, but everybody laughed at what they were supposed to laugh at and was emotional at what they were supposed to be emotional at and cheered at the end. So, I was totally thrilled with that response."

12. Medium shot of Jennifer Morrison talking to reporter

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Jennifer Morrison, actress/director:

"It has been such a whirlwind because I have been trying to participate in the festival. I've been trying to go to the panels and see other screenings and go the filmmaker parties and really get to know other people and meet other filmmakers and today was great. I went to the women filmmaker brunch and I met Lake Bell, who's someone I've really looked up to. She's been directing for years. She's done such wonderful work as an actress and a director and, you know, just met some other lovely ladies and great producers. So it's been a bit of a whirlwind in terms of going from thing to thing to thing, so it's been kind of quick."

14. Medium shot of Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott arriving, zoom in

15. Close shot of Michiel Huisman talking to reporter

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Michiel Huisman, actor, on working on "Game of Thrones" where actors are always getting killed off:

"One of the things that right from the start made 'Game of Thrones' stand out and so exciting, just as you're getting comfortable as an audience and you're starting to fall in love with a character - bang - he's gone and you're like, 'What?' and you're like, 'I'm never going to get back into the show,' and before you know it you're hooked. It's in the DNA of the show."

17. Medium shot of Michiel Huisman talking to reporter

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Michiel Huisman, actor, on filming both "Game of Thrones" and "Orphan Black":

"I was able to make it work last year. I'm not able to make it work anymore. So, this year on 'Orphan Black,' I won't spoil anything, but you won't be seeing me a lot."

19. Medium shot of Karlie Kloss posing for photos on carpet

20. SOUNDBITE (English) Karlie Kloss, model:

"I used to live in Tribeca, right around the corner from the festival. I'm excited to see the sort of the new talent. I hope to meet some new, talented actors and directors in there. I don't know who's here tonight but I'm excited to see their work this week."

21. Medium shot of producer Brian Grazer and fiancee Veronica Smiley posing for photos

22. SOUNDBITE (English) Brian Grazer, producer:

"I'm just here to support friends of mine, Bobby De Niro, of course. Did a movie with him and love him and that's what I'm doing here."

23. Wide shot of selfie stick pan to wide exterior shot of Balthazar Restaurant

ROBERT DE NIRO, COBIE SMULDERS, KARLIE KLOSS WALK CARPET AHEAD OF CHANEL'S TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL ARTISTS DINNER

The stars turned out for Chanel's night to shine at the Tribeca Film Festival in Manhattan Monday night (20 APRIL).

Festival co-founder Robert De Niro, with his wife Grace Hightower on his arm, walked the carpet in front of Balthazar Restaurant, the site of the annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner hosted by Chanel

Also on hand was "Avengers: Age of Ultron" star Cobie Smulders, who recently relocated to New York and is serving as a juror in the festival's best narrative director category.

She said she's thrilled to be a jury member and is also excited that her latest "Avengers" film is coming out May 1st.

"I mean they turned that around so fast really. I mean, I can't believe how quickly they got it into theaters because we just - I think they just wrapped at the end of last year and they've just been like editing like mad people," she said.

Smulders had a big hug for her friend, actress Jennifer Morrison, who just screened "Warning Labels," a short film she directed at the festival.

"We screened for the first time on Thursday night and had a great response. You don't know until you get into a room with an audience how people are going to respond but everybody laughed at what they were supposed to laugh at and was emotional at what they were supposed to be emotional at and cheered at the end. So, I was totally thrilled with that response," smiled Morrison.

Michiel Huisman, who stars in both "Orphan Black" and "Game of Thrones" also walked the carpet. He said he was in town for the premiere of his film "Age of Adeline" co-starring Blake Lively.

Huisman said while he was able to fit in both TV shows last year, this year is proving to be more difficult:

"I was able to make it work last year. I'm not able to make it work anymore. So, this year on 'Orphan Black,' I won't spoil anything, but you won't be seeing me a lot."

Chanel's Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner honors artists who contributed original artwork to award-winning filmmakers.

The Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 26th.

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1. Wide exterior shot of Tribeca Film Festival theater

2. Mid shot of Sam Waterston talking to reporter on red carpet, pan to Gloria Reuben talking to reporter

3. Mid shot of Sam Waterston talking to reporter

4. SOUNDBITE (English) Sam Waterston, Actor: "What happens to me in the movie is sort of the precipitating event or the event where all the good and bad things that happen in the movie come together, all the lines cross and then - he's a philosophy teacher and so his view of the world is very much part of the fiber of the movie."

5. Mid shot of Sam Waterston talking to reporter

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Sam Waterston, Actor: "Shooting in New York is a wonderful thing for me. I love this city. I came here, ah, let's see - about a half-a-century ago so it's been my hometown even when I haven't actually lived in it for all those years. I love this place."

7. Mid shot of Sam Waterston and Gloria Reuben talking to each other on carpet

8. Tilt down and up of Gloria Reuben

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Gloria Reuben, Actress: "It's a kind of quintessential New York City story, which I love, because things - How do I say? Love, well, everything is different in New York than any other place on the planet and of course every city can say that but there's something really extremely focused and unique about telling a story in New York and in such a short amount of time."

10. Tilt up of Glenn Close

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Glenn Close, Actress: "Well, it's really exciting tonight because it's the first time press and potential buyers are seeing the film and it's the first time I've ever seen, I've seen a film for the first time at the premiere. I had a wonderful time filming it. I worked with Sam Waterston, who I've known for years and my beloved dog Jakey is in it and it does a beautiful performance so I'm really, really looking forward to it."

12. Mid shot of Glenn Close posing for photos

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Glenn Close, Actress: "I'm in it because I loved the script, written by Tim Blake Nelson, and I really believe in participating in casts in movies like this that are hard to get made, they're always hard to get made, but they're the films that remind us of our humanity and good stories and this is a deeply New York story, which I love. So, I can't wait to see it and it's about how we're all connected in ways we might not even be aware of."

14. Tilt up of Gretchen Mol

15. SOUNDBITE (English) Gretchen Mol, Actress: "It sort of felt to me like one of those 1970's films, like 'Short Cuts,' Robert Altman, where you're getting these slices of life that felt really authentic and you didn't quite know why you're in this person's story or this person's story but you kind of go along with it and then it all coalesces in this very beautiful, very poignant way. So, that's how I connected to the script and then the role, she's a mother. Her marriage is in crisis. It's interesting to find yourself at this point in your life as an actor when you start getting the mother roles, who are like always alcoholics, like, what?"

16. Mid shot of Jessica Hecht posing for photos

17. SOUNDBITE (English) Jessica Hecht, Actress: "It's four groupings of people and their lives all intersect around one event, which takes place at the beginning of the film and you don't know the outcome of the event. It seems very dramatic and then it goes on you realize slowly that these people perhaps are all interconnected in the most random way and at the center of these different groupings are families and so you're sort of looking at how difficult it is to be part of a family and then in the course of two days how all of these lives come together."

18. Mid shot of Tim Blake Nelson and wife Lisa Benavides talking to reporter

19. SOUNDBITE (English) Tim Blake Nelson, Writer/Director/Actor: "It was a way of exploring the New York I see right now with an eye to the New York in which I've lived for the past more than two decades and I've always wanted to write a New York story and this ended up being it."

(Reporter: And to be able to present it at Tribeca?)

Tim Blake Nelson: "Perfect. I couldn't imagine a better place and everybody always says that but I actually can say it credibly because it's a New York story with New York actors and a New York crew and we're putting it in front of a New York audience."

20. Wide shot of carpet

SAM WATERSTON, GLENN CLOSE ON TIM BLAKE NELSON'S NY STORY 'ANESTHESIA'

For Tim Blake Nelson premiering "Anesthesia" - the film he wrote, directed and stars in - in New York City, at the Tribeca Film Festival could not be more appropriate.

"I couldn't imagine a better place and everybody always says that but I actually can say it credibly because it's a New York story with New York actors and a New York crew and we're putting it in front of a New York audience," he said.

Nelson spoke at the premiere of the movie Wednesday night (22 APRIL 2015), where stars Sam Waterston and Glenn Close walked the red carpet.

Waterston - who starred in the iconic New York TV series "Law and Order" said he loved filming "Anesthesia" in The Big Apple:

"Shooting in New York is a wonderful thing for me. I love this city. I came here, ah, let's see - about a half-a-century ago so it's been my hometown even when I haven't actually lived in it for all those years. I love this place."

The story centers around Waterston's character, a Columbia University professor who is brutally mugged at the opening of the film. The whole story takes place in a two-day period.

"What happens to me in the movie is sort of the precipitating event or the event where all the good and bad things that happen in the movie come together, all the lines cross and then - he's a philosophy teacher and so his view of the world is very much part of the fiber of the movie," explained Waterston.

His "Law and Order" co-star Gloria Reuben also talked of the special New York flavor of the film.

"Everything is different in New York than any other place on the planet and of course every city can say that but there's something really extremely focused and unique about telling a story in New York and in such a short amount of time," she said.

Glenn Close, who plays Waterston's wife in the film, agrees:

"I really believe in participating in casts in movies like this that are hard to get made, they're always hard to get made, but they're the films that remind us of our humanity and good stories and this is a deeply New York story, which I love. So, I can't wait to see it and it's about how we're all connected in ways we might not even be aware of."

"Anesthesia" also stars Gretchen Mol, Jessica Hecht and newcomer Hannah Marks.

The Tribeca Film Festival runs through April 26th.

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New York, 25 April 2015

1. Beacon Theater, push in on marquee

2. Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower enter red carpet

3. Camera cutaway

4. Medium of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower posing for photographers

5. Wide of Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower walking red carpet, push in as he kisses Debi Mazar and hugs Paul Sorvino

6. Wide of Ray Liotta entering red carpet

7. Medium of Ray Liotta posing for photographers

8. Wide of Ray Liotta talking to reporter

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Liotta/Actor, on the film playing the festival De Niro helped create:

"I think that it's great. The fact that he helped put it together right after 911 and bring Tribeca back as well as New York that was just honorable in itself. And to sustain for so long now, it represents a great thing in movies, that's great for movies, and a great thing for the city."

10. Wide of Ray Liotta talking to reporter

11. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Liotta/Actor, on Martin Scorsese reinventing the gangster genre:

"I don't know if he reinvented it as much as he just created his own version of it. I remember asking, 'what are you thinking about when you're doing that, and he says I want to shoot this like a gangster. I want to shoot it the way I want to shoot it. If I want to freeze frame, if I want to voiceover, if I want to whatever...' And that's what he did. It gave him a lot liberty to just be him."

12. Tilt up on Lorraine Bracco

13. Wide of Lorraine Bracco talking to reporter

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Lorraine Bracco/Actress, on Martin Scorsese and David Chase reinventing the gangster genre:

"Well, he definitely, I agree with you he made it hip. The music was hip. We were young enough. And we were all street smart in 'Goodfellas,' and 'Sopranos.' I mean I think that's the juggernaut of what we can say held the both of them together."

15. Wide of Paul Sorvino and wife posing for photographers

16. Medium of Paul Sorvino and wife posing for photographers

17. Wide of Paul Sorvino talking to reporter

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Paul Sorvino/Actor

"Well, there's so much excitement about it. It's part of the iconography of American film. We have it in our unconscious now. Everyone is watching it all the time. It's very good to have been a part of it. I feel very lucky that I was a part of it and such great master doing it, the great Scorsese. It's epic. It's one of the three or four greatest movies ever made, and if you get to do that in your career, you're pretty lucky."

19. Cast poses for a photo (l. to r. Paul Sorvino, Debi Mazar, Robert De Niro, Lorraine Bracco, and Kevin Corrigan)

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TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL KICKS OFF WITH STAR-STUDDED RED CARPET FOR FASHION DOC ON MET GALA

The 15th annual Tribeca Film Festival fashionably kicked off Wednesday (13 APRIL 2016) with the premiere of Andrew Rossi's "The First Monday in May."

Jane Fonda, Lauren Hutton, Robert De Niro and more walked the red carpet for the behind-the-scenes documentary about the mounting of an ambitious fashion exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the museum's annual star-studded Met Gala.

The film is an intimate and lively look at the highest aspirations of fashion, revealing everything from Anna Wintour fretting over seat assignments to Rihanna's eye-popping budget for performing at the ball.

Wintour walked the red carpet and posed for photographers.

Festival co-founders Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal were also at the event.

While De Niro entered the theater around show time, Rosenthal came earlier and posed for photos with fashion designer Zac Posen.

Some of Posen's designs have been worn at the annual Met Gala, so he was intrigued by the film.

"Well it makes a great documentary because it's a great exhibition and what goes into a exhibition about fashion and history is very in depth, so that's what makes it exciting. You obviously have lots of celebrities, different people from the art world - it's a full fusion. But it's people celebrating the preservation of art and craft and how that marks history," Posen said.

"The First Monday in May" is a fitting opener. It mostly follows Met Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton as he frantically puts together what would be a blockbuster exhibit, "China: Through the Looking Glass," and strives for equal standing amid the Met's more traditional art forms.

The film will be most sought out for its rare look inside Wintour's annual Met ball, one of the biggest nights in fashion. The Hollywood Reporter called it "catnip for fashionistas."

Posen admitted he didn't always see fashion as art, especially when he was a high school intern at the Met.

"My father is an artist and a painter, and anything that really has to with function - that's why it's called design. And when I started interning there, it was a real pull in me. I never saw fashion as an art form. But it certainly is, in the same way that other elements of architecture have been brought into museums, and it's certainly a marker of history, and there's certainly artistry within fashion," Posen said.

Rosenthal is extremely proud of what the festival has become over the years.

"We're about storytelling, and it's storytelling on every different platform, whether it's your phone, whether it's a SnapChat festival, whether it's television - it's all about creators and how creators are telling stories in new and different ways, and bringing a community together to watch those films and experience it," she said.

This year Jason Biggs was appointed to one of the festival's juries: documentary director.

The actor admitted that this is his first time attending the Tribeca Film Festival, even though he lives in the neighborhood.

"It's our first everything. I never leave the house," Biggs joked.

T he actor was more excited to talk about picking out wife Jenny Mollen's outfit earlier in the day.

"Well, I was working today and I didn't have a chance to get something to wear, so I gave Jason the task of finding me an ensemble for this evening," Mollen said.

Biggs said he may have a future in fashion.

"Or a future in marriage," joked Mollen.

Over the next 12 days, the festival has some 100 films to unveil, a robust multimedia program including numerous virtual reality exhibits, a host of television show premieres and numerous staged celebrity conversations.

New York, 13 April 2016

1. Wide of entrance of John Zuccotti Theater

2. Tribeca Film Festival signage

3. Medium of Anna Wintour entering red carpet

4. Various of Anna Wintour posing for photographers

5. Wide of Chloe Grace Moretz posing for photographers

6. Close up of Robert De Niro walking on red carpet, pull out to medium

7. Wide of Jane Rosenthal and Zac Posen on red carpet

8. Medium of Jane Rosenthal and Zac Posen posing for photographers

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Zac Posen, fashion designer:

"Well it makes a great documentary because it's a great exhibition and what goes into a exhibition about fashion and history is very in depth, so that's what makes it exciting. You obviously have lots of celebrities, different people from the art world - it's a full fusion. But it's people celebrating the preservation of art and craft and how that marks history."

11. Medium of Zac Posen talking to reporter

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Zac Posen, fashion designer::

"My father is an artist and a painter, and anything that really has to with function - that's why it's called design. And when I started interning there, it was a real pull in me. I never saw fashion as an art form. But it certainly is, in the same way that other elements of architecture have been brought into museums, and it's certainly a marker of history, and there's certainly artistry within fashion."

13. Medium of Jane Rosenthal

14. SOUNDBITE (English) Jane Rosenthal, festival co-founder:

"I'm extremely proud of what the festival has become over the years. We're about storytelling, and it's storytelling on every different platform, whether it's your phone, whether it's a SnapChat festival, whether it's television - it's all about creators and how creators are telling stories in new and different ways, and bringing a community together to watch those films and experience it. To be able to experience art in a communal setting, a lot of people have heard about VR, but they don't know what it is - and to see the best that's out there right now in the world."

15. Nick Rhodes and guest pose for photographer

16. Lauren Hutton poses for photographer

17. Jane Fonda walks on red carpet

18. Jason Biggs and Jenny Mollen pose for photographers

19. Tilt up on Jenny Mollen

20. SOUNDBITE (English) Jason Biggs, actor:

"It's our first everything. I never leave the house."

(Reporter: "So what is special about being here tonight, night out?")

Jason Biggs: "Yes, it is date night - that is one. I'd also like to point out that I got Jenny's outfit all by myself. It was a little present."

(Reporter: "Tell me about that?")

Jenny Mollen, actress: "Well, I was working today and I didn't have time to get something to wear, so I gave Jason the task of finding me an ensemble for this evening."

Jason Biggs: "And I think I did good."

(Reporter: "Points for that?")

Jenny Mollen: "Oh, major points. Major, major points."

Jason Biggs: "I think I have a future in fashion."

Jenny Mollen: "Or a future in this marriage."

Jason Biggs: "Or a future on this relationship."

23. Wide shot Karolina Kurkova posing for photographers, zoom in

22. Pan of red carpet

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Date: 15/04/2016 04:57 AM
People: Jessica Biel , Justin Timberlake , Bill Purple , Jason Sudeikis , Maisie Williams
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Not only does Jessica Biel star in "The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea," but in her capacity as the film's producer, she hired her husband Justin Timberlake to create music for the film.

Biel and Timberlake attended the film's world premiere Thursday (14 APRIL 2016) at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.

Speaking on the red carpet, Biel said working with her spouse "turned out alright."

"We didn't know what to expect. We got our money's worth, which was nothing because he worked for free," Biel laughed.

While Biel stopped and talked about the film, Timberlake briskly walked the arrivals line.

As for the film, Biel said the idea was brought to her attention by its writer and director, Bill Purple.

"We were just both very moved by the story. I remember we both laughed, we cried and went through the whole range of emotions, and just felt that this was a very unique film that was almost not a drama, not a comedy, but a fable in a sense. We just felt it should be told," she explained. "So, that's why I think we kept with it, it took us nine years to get it done, and I think it was really worth every step of the way."

And by every step of the way, Biel is referring to the challenges they faced to actually get it to the screen.

"We would get our financing, we would lose it. We would get our cast, we would lose them. We would have our script, and we then we would need to re-op the option on the script. It just went on and on and on, for years and years and years," Biel said.

The process helped the star appreciate the perseverance of struggling filmmakers.

"Anyone that's getting an independent film made should be so proud of themselves. It is just wrought with challenges, which I know make it a great experience," she said.

"The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" also stars Jason Sudeikis and Maisie Williams.

The film festival has some 100 films to unveil, a robust multimedia program - including numerous virtual reality exhibits - and a host of television show premieres.

New York, 13 April 2016

1. Wide of entrance of John Zuccotti Theater

2. Tilt up on Jessica Biel

3. Various of Jessica Biel posing on red carpet

4. Medium of Justin Timberlake walking on red carpet

5. Medium of Justin Timberlake talking to Tribeca Kids reporters

6. Medium of Jessica Biel talking to reporter

7. SOUNDBITE (English) Jessica Biel, actress - on husband Justin Timberlake doing music for the film:

"Yeah. I mean he turned out all right. Fingers crossed on that one. We didn't know what to expect. We got our money's worth, which was nothing because he worked for free."

8. Medium of Justin Timberlake talking to Tribeca Kids reporters

9. Medium of Jessica Biel talking to reporter

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jessica Biel, actress - on what drew her to the film:

"Bill (Purple) originally found the material, brought it to me, and we were just both very moved by the story. I remember we both laughed, we cried and went through the whole range of emotions, and just felt that this was a very unique film that was almost not a drama, not a comedy, but a fable in a sense. We just felt it should be told. That it was important that the human experience, about grief and overcoming that, and tragedy, turning that into a new life and reinvention of yourself or your life, and that movies like this should be made. So, that's why I think we kept with it, it took us nine years to get it done, and I think it was really worth every step of the way."

11. Medium of Jessica Biel talking to reporter

12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jessica Biel, actress - on the difficulty of producing a film:

"Yes. This one for sure was the greatest challenge every step of the way. We would get our financing, we would lose it. We would get our cast, we would lose them. We would have our script, and we then we would need to re-op the option on the script. It just went on and on and on, for years and years and years. And it just one of the most grueling processes. Anyone who is getting an independent film made should be so proud of themselves, because it is just wrought with challenges, which I know make it a great experience."

(Reporter: What are you guys planning to do while in New York?)

Jessica Biel: "Just this. We're doing just this."

13. Various of Jason Sudeikis

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Date: 17/04/2016 04:20 AM
People: Nicole Kidman , Jason Bateman , Keith Urban , Christopher Walken , Reese Witherspoon , Zoe Kravitz , Laura Dern , Carter Burwell
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NICOLE KIDMAN, JASON BATEMAN ATTEND TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL OF HER FILM 'THE FAMILY FANG'

Nicole Kidman lit up the red carpet Saturday (16 APRIL) with husband Keith Urban at her side for the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of 'The Family Fang.'

The film is the latest directorial effort by Jason Bateman, and based on the novel by Kevin Wilson.

David Lindsay Abaire adapted the novel for the screen. Kidman previously starred in the film version of his prize-winning play, 'Rabbit Hole.'

"I wouldn't say that 'Rabbit Hole' is depressing, I think it's an incredibly honest graphic portrait of grief. And this is a portrayal of families in the way in which children who have been raised by performance artist parents have a particular view of the world and have lost their identities," Kidman said.

That was the appeal for Kidman.

"It's about finding out that your parents are not actually perfect, and realizing that they're human beings with all their flaws, and becoming their peers rather than parent-children, and that's sort of the trajectory of this story," Kidman said.

She liked the story so much that she optioned the novel to make the movie.

"It was such a different character for me. I was blessed that I was able to option the book and support a writer, a Tennessee writer who - Kevin Wilson - who had never had a book made into a film, so to be able to sit him down and say I'm going to option this book and I promise you it will get made is a great feeling to support other artists, be they novelists, be they directors. I mean it was Jason's second film, and I just loved that he took the bull by the horns so to speak and ran with it," Kidman said.

While the couple's two daughters, Faith Margaret and Sunday Rose are too young to see this film, Kidman says it wouldn't matter.

"No, they have no interest in seeing anything I'm in. They are far more interested in 'Zootopia," Kidman said.

She added: "I was telling Jason. I was saying I cannot believe the lamb was evil. That was terribly disturbing to my children."

Kidman and Bateman play adult siblings that are scarred from an unconventional upbringing. Their parents are performance artists that are famous for elaborate public hoaxes. When they suddenly go missing under troubling circumstances, they investigate if it's foul play or just another elaborate ruse. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover.

Christopher Walken plays their father.

"It was a good part and a great cast of people. And, you know, I play a stage father. I was a child performer, so I could understand that," Walken said.

So how much did his childhood memories influence him?

"I thought about it a lot. I was one of those kids, like my kids in the movie," Walken said.

Kidman just came from Los Angeles where she was filming episodes of her upcoming HBO series with Reese Witherspoon.

"That's been fantastic because I'm working with Reese, who is a really close friend of mine, and we optioned that book together. So it's good being in a position where you can sort of utilize whatever power you have to support new writer and new directors. And working with Shailene, and Zoe Kravitz, Laura Dern - there's five women in lead roles in this piece, which is just glorious," Kidman said.

'The Family Fang' will be available On Demand starting May 6.

This year, The Tribeca Film Festival has some 100 films to unveil, a robust multimedia program including numerous virtual reality exhibits, a host of television show premieres and numerous staged celebrity conversations.

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New York, 16 April 2016

1. Pan of entrance of John Zuccotti Theater

2. Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman entering red carpet

3. Wide of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban on red carpet, push in

4. Medium of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban embracing, pull out as they walk down carpet

5. Wide of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban talking to reporter

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman/Actress, on the differences between her recent family dramas:

"I wouldn't say that 'Rabbit Hole' is depressing, I think it's an incredibly honest graphic portrait of grief. And this is a portrayal of families in the way in which children who have been raised by performance artist parents have a particular view of the world and have lost their identities. I think a lot of people struggle now with the loss of 'Who am I?' Your identity, who am I in the world. Where do I fit in? and actually the idea of 'My parents are flawed and this film is about that. It's about finding out that your parents are not actually perfect, and realizing that they're human beings with all their flaws, and becoming their peers rather than parent-children, and that's sort of the trajectory of this story."

7. Medium of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban talking to reporter

8. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman/Actress, on optioning the novel:

"It was such a different character for me. I was blessed that I was able to option the book and support a writer, a Tennessee writer who - Kevin Wilson - who had never had a book made into a film, so to be able to sit him down and say I'm going to option this book and I promise you it will get made is a great feeling to support other artists, be they novelists, be they directors. I mean it was Jason's second film, and I just loved that he took the bull by the horns so to speak and ran with it."

9. Wide of Nicole Kidman posing for photographers

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman/Actress, on her kids seeing her movies:

"No, they have no interest in seeing anything I'm in. (laughs) They are far more interested in 'Zootopia..."

Keith Urban: "Yeah."

Nicole Kidman: "...which I was telling Jason. I was saying I cannot believe the lamb was evil. That was terribly disturbing to my children. (Laughs)"

11. Wide of Jason Bateman posing for photographers, push in

12. Wide of Jason Bateman talking to reporter

13. SOUNDBITE (English) Jason Bateman/Actor, on how it all came together:

"You know Nicole optioned the book, and then she brought on David to adapt it. Once they had the script it found its way to me. I guess she saw 'Bad Words' and really liked and I thought the initial phone call was a joke, you know. She's incredible and then when I went after Chris Walken and he said yes, and Carter Burwell, and he said yes, it was really a dream come true."

14. Wide of Christopher Walken posing for photographers, push in

15. Wide of Christopher Walken talking to reporter

16. SOUNDBITE (English) Christopher Walken /Actor, on the quirky part:

"It was a good part and a great cast of people. And, you know, I play a stage father. I was a child performer, so I could understand that."

(Reporter: Did it bring back childhood memories?)

Christopher Walken: I thought about it a lot. I was one of those kids, like my kids in the movie."

17. Wide of Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban, push in

18. SOUNDBITE (English) Nicole Kidman/Actress, on her upcoming HBO series, 'Big Little Lies':

"We came from Los Angeles now because I was filming yesterday. So we finish that up the end of May. But that's been fantastic because I'm working with Reese, who is a really close friend of mine, and we optioned that book together. So it's good being in a position where you can sort of utilize whatever power you have to support new writer and new directors. And working with Shailene, and Zoe Kravitz, Laura Dern - there's five women in lead roles in this piece, which is just glorious."

19. Exterior of John Zuccotti Theater

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