What Tribeca Film On Demand Do You Want To See The Most? - PollApril 20, 2011

What Tribeca Film On Demand Do You Want To See The Most? - Poll

Tribeca Film Enterprises

Tribeca Film is back with another slate of films available on demand. Beginning today (April 20), 6 Tribeca Films will bow on Movies On Demand.

On Demand Weekly wants to know which film you want to see the most?


Zach Braff In THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
By Adam Schartoff

HIGH COST OF LIVING

With his latest feature Zach Braff has made a pointed decision to reinvent himself.  Gone is the cuddly or quirky Zach Braff of SCRUBS or GARDEN STATE. In THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, Braff plays Henry Welles, a drug dealing American expat living in Montreal. The story really begins when Henry runs into Nathalie Beauchamp.  I mean he literally runs into her with this car, as he is driving the wrong way one wintry night looking for a client’s building...



Dax Shepherd Provides BROTHER'S JUSTICE On Demand

By Adam Schartoff

BROTHER'S JUSTICE
In the wake of Rob Reiner’s SPINAL TAP and a subsequent series of Christopher Guest “mockumentaries” comes BROTHER’S JUSTICE directed by and starring actor Dax Shepherd and co-directed by David Palmer. Dax (PARENTHOOD, THE FREEBIE) plays a variation of himself, a proto-Hollywood actor/producer who is constantly pitching movie ideas despite how developed or undeveloped those ideas may be...


Non-educated delinquents… with one who wants to break that mold… NEDS
By Cynthia Kane
 

NEDS

NEDS or ‘non-educated delinquents’ is a Scottish slang term meaning juvie or hood or gang member. It’s also an edgy and excellent new film from Scottish actor-writer-director Peter Mullen...


Keira Knightly and Sam Worthington Star In LAST NIGHT
By Amy Slotnick

LAST NIGHT
Temptation and deception are presented in a new light by the four characters of Tribeca Film Festival drama LAST NIGHT. Keira Knightly and Sam Worthington star as a young couple who, three years into their marriage, face a cross roads that will determine the fate of their relationship...


THE BANG BANG CLUB Shoots Its Way To Your Home
By Chris Claro

THE BANG BANG CLUB

In the waning days of apartheid, the early 1990s, as civil war raged throughout South Africa, a band of daring young photojournalists earned the monicker “The Bang Bang Club” for their dynamic shots of the conflict. Steven Silver’s film, starring Ryan Phillippe, Malin Akerman, and Taylor Kitsch, focuses on the adrenalin-fueled atmosphere that kept the shooters fighting for their pictures as well as their lives...

 

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