It’s a remarkable feat for boys and girls soccer teams from the same school to advance to the regional tournament in the same season. Rarely does it happen in the Rio Grande Valley, particularly in any sport other than soccer.
[#Tribeca2018] Bleeding Cool’s Tribeca Film Festival Guide to All 96 Feature Films
Running from April 18 to April 29, the 17th annual Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled its feature film lineup of 96 films from 103 filmmakers from 30 countries. The famed festival is set to open on Wednesday, April 18, with the world premiere of’Lisa D’Apolito‘s Gilda Radner documentary Love, Gilda; and closing on April 29 with the world premiere of’The Fourth Estate, Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus‘ doc that’The New York Times‘ coverage of the first year of Donald Trump‘s presidency.
Best of all? Bleeding Cool will be bringing you a small slice of the sights and sounds of Tribeca’s 12-day multimedia experience, which sees’51 narrative films and 45 documentaries screening, with some in competition; as well as game events, panels discussions, interviews and more. To say that this year’s Tribeca Film Festival is massive is like saying you think there might be a tough time getting a cab around there while it’s going on: clearly obvious, massive understatement.
Some of the early highlights we’re keeping a personal eye on include Tomb Raider and God of War demos/presentations; Netflix‘s zombie film release Cargo, starring Martin Freeman; coming-of-age horror film The Dark; Howard, a documentary highlighting the works of famed Disney songwriter Howard Ashman; and the Tribeca Talks: Storytellers series session with Alec Baldwin (30 Rock) and Spike Lee (She’s Gotta Have It).
Here’s a complete rundown on this year’s feature film line-up; and for anything and everything Tribeca Film Festival, make sure to check out their film festival guide:
CENTERPIECE: Zoe, directed by Drake Doremus, written by Richard Greenberg. Produced by Kevin Walsh, Michael Pruss, Drake Doremus, Robert George. (USA) – World Premiere, Feature Narrative. In a future world where cutting-edge technologies can simulate the high of true love, two colleagues at a revolutionary research lab yearn for a connection that’s real. With L’a Seydoux, Ewan McGregor, Christina Aguilera, Rashida Jones, Theo James, Miranda Otto, Matthew Gray Gubler, Anthony Shim
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- Date: 2018-03-21T09:15:08-05:00
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Other things to check out:
“Wild Words Of News” and “Big Weekend”
Erik’Spanberg of The Charlotte Business Journal, joins Hancock to talk about the NCAA, Memorial Stadium, BB&T Ballpark. Additional topics ar “Big Weekend” and robots.
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