The votes have been counted and the Final Four combatants is complete…its been a hard road to the Final Four for these amazing films but now they will do battle to find out who is going to go toe to toe for the championship.
The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) announces that AT&T, the new presenting sponsor, has created FILM FOR ALL FRIDAY – where individual tickets to all film screenings on Friday, April 25 will be FREE. Yep, you read that right, FREE. As explained below, starting April 14th, go to an AT&T retail location (find all here) and sign up to have the tickets emailed to you. Or if you can't get to one, you can go online beginning the 17th to get what's left. If you still didn't get the chance, you can stand in the Rush lines. (Rush lines are when the screening isn't filled, and they have a line of people waiting to fill it up.)
From April 14 – 17 consumers can receive free tickets to a screening of their choice at all AT&T Company-Owned retail locations in all New York boroughs, including two locations in New Jersey – Hoboken and Edgewater – where tickets will be emailed upon selection to each consumer. Tickets can also be obtained at the TFF box office locations during this time*. Beginning April 17, in addition to the AT&T locations and box office, and subject to availability, Festival goers can go to TribecaFilm.com and get tickets to a free screening. Additional free tickets may be accessed for all Friday April 25 screenings through the Festival Rush Lines that open 45 minutes prior to each screening on a first-come, first-serve basis. All tickets are subject to availability and two screening tickets per person.
In the first episode Jeremy and Brad discuss the careers of Woody Allen and Werner Herzog. They give their thoughts on the early works, favorites, and recommend 3 lesser known works of each director. Jeremy and Brad also discuss actors and actresses that they would like to see work with the director's. Closed out with your moment of sausage.
Every person I know that has seen Only Lovers Left Alive has nothing but praise for it, of which I wholeheartedly agree. At the center of the tale are two vampires who, married, live in different parts of the world. After such a long physical separation, Adam and Eve (fantastic, right?) are reunited and are immediately inseparable as if no time has passed. This bliss doesn't last, however, when Eve's sister arrives and stirs up trouble in paradise.
Set against the romantic desolation of Detroit and Tangier, an underground musician, deeply depressed by the direction of human activities, reunites with his resilient and enigmatic lover.
Their love story has already endured several centuries at least, but their debauched idyll is soon disrupted by her wild and uncontrollable younger sister. Can these wise but fragile outsiders continue to survive as the modern world collapses around them?
There are many ways to get a film made in Hollywood today. You could take the Troy Duffy way (Boondock Saints)and explode onto the scene in a hail of fireworks and sycophantic blubbering (and then crashing and burning). Or you could take the Kevin Smith way, building buzz by by crafting your own low-budget film and taking through the festival circuit. And, in recognizing the new tecmologies (as Ali G would say) out there, you could create your own web-series and turn it into a feature. From FunnyorDie.com to the big screen, Jesus People: The Movie, which was made in 2009 finally hits the theaters this weekend.