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Tribeca celebrates its 13th year in 2014. The 2014 film selection includes feature films from 32 countries, including 55 World Premieres. The 2014 film slate was chosen from a total of 6,117 submissions.

The festival opened with Time Is Illmatic on April 16 and ran until April 27.

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Mala Mala
Mala Mala
A documentary about the trans community in Puerto Rico.
Virunga
Virunga
Documentary charting the dangers that threaten the last home of the mountain gorillas... and those who look after them.
Black Coal, Thin Ice
Black Coal, Thin Ice
A detective falls in love with a woman linked to the murder victims of his current investigation.
Love Is Strange
Love Is Strange
The consequences of a gay marriage on family and friends.
Point And Shoot
Point And Shoot
How a naive American with OCD joined the Libyan revolution.
Journey To The West
Journey To The West
A slow-moving Buddhist monk acquires a follower on the streets of Marseille.
Night Moves
Night Moves
Three people plot an act of eco-terrorism.
Zombeavers
Zombeavers
You know the story: sexy teens head to a secluded lakeside cabin for a weekend of debauched fun, only to be menaced by a mysterious force picking them off one by one. But here, the culprit proves to be a horde of rabid zombie beavers.
Honeymoon
Honeymoon
Two newlyweds find their relationship tested in a house by the lake.
Chef
Chef
A chef trying to recover his flagging reputation finds inspiration in romance.
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Tribeca Film Festival Features

A dance of death, part 2
Paolo Virzì on Human Capital, Italian culture and this year's Oscar submissions.
A dance of death, part 1
Paolo Virzì is in New York as Human Capital becomes Italy's Oscar hope.
Two's company
Paul Eenhoorn and Earl Lynn Nelson talk about bonding and battling the elements for road trip comedy Land Ho!
Creating Gabriel
Director Lou Howe on the development of his first feature film.
Growing pains
Andrew T Betzer talks about youth aggression and communication in his debut Young Bodies Heal Quickly
Person of interest
Debating Third Person with Paul Haggis.
The lucky ones
Emily Wachtel, Thomas Haden Church, Toni Collette and Ryan Eggold on Lucky Them.
Golden dreams
Garnet Frost and Ed Perkins talk about personal journeys, spirituality and connection in documentary Garnet's Gold
Tribeca Film Festival: New York stories
We take a look at Time Is Illmatic, Summer Of Blood, Gabriel, Five Star and X/Y
When the party ends
Sofia Norlin on lyricism, gender, nature and Broken Hill Blues.
Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper
An inside look at the Calling the Shots panel.
Lucky star
Megan Griffiths talks about making Lucky Them.
Tribeca Talks: Pen to Paper
Insights from the Adaptation & Creation panel.
Being human
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Valeria Golino discuss Human Capital.
Capital idea
Paolo Virzì on costume, Truffaut, Sinatra and Human Capital.
Frédéric Tcheng conversation, part 2
On the origins of Dior And I.
Frédéric Tcheng conversation, part 1
On Dior And I, Raf Simons, scoring with Ha-yang Kim and finding your own voice.
Tribeca Film Festival early bird highlights
The unlikely adventures of Christian Dior, Leopold von Sacher­-Masoch, Houellebecq, Jeff Koons, H.P. Lovecraft and more.

Tribeca Film Festival News

Zero Motivation a winner at Tribeca
Israeli comedy takes home two awards and Point And Shoot named best doc.
Tribeca Film Festival announces titles
Narrative and Documentary Competitions plus Viewpoints films outlined.
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Casey Affleck liberated by ghosts Star talks Oscars, Rooney Mara and hiding under a sheet

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A nice cup of tea and a murder Jamie McKeller on The Book Club, legalising murder, serial killers and cake.

Completing the trip Bertrand Tavernier on Jacques Becker, Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville and his Journey Through French Cinema.

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