Tribeca Film Festival

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Reel Runway: Dior and I

by: Ben Sharp


A roundup of the week's most alluring fashion shorts.

Tags: ben sharp, Christian Dior, Dior and I, Fashion, Film, Haute Couture, Raf Simons, Reel Runway, short, Spring 2014, SS14, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival
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Reel Runway: Birds of a Feather

by: Ben Sharp


A roundup of the week's most alluring fashion shorts.

Tags: 2014, Animal House, ben sharp, Bride Spring 2015, Chris Garneau, Christian Dior, Colombia, Dior and I, Fashion, Gucci, Haute Couture, July 2012, Lydia Lunch, MARNI, Meadham Kirchoff, Milan Design Week, Our Man, Pam Hogg, Rad Hourani, Raf Simons, Reel Runway, Salon del Mobile, Showstudio, The Misfortune of Desire, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival, unisex, Valentino, Vera Wang
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Director Felix Van Groeningen Is A Modest Man

by: The WILD


Oscar-nominated director Felix Van Groeningnen discusses his more recent film, The Broken Circle Breakdown.

Tags: adapted screenplay, best foreign language film, Felix Van Groeningnen, jade moyano, Johan Heldenbergh, oscar nomination, The Broken Circle Breakdown, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival
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A Conversation with Jeff Garlin and Michael Moore

by: Ani Palen


At a recent screening of comedian Jeff Garlin‘s new improv heavy film, Dealin’ With Idiots, documentary film hot head Michael Moore leads a discussion with Garlin about comedy, politics, and how to deal in a […]

Tags: 92nd Street Y, By the Way: In Conversation with Jeff Garlin, Concentrated, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dealin' With Idiots, I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With, Jeff Garlin, Michael Moore, My Footprint, Toy Story 3, Tribeca Film Festival, Uncomplicated, Wall-E
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The Project

by: Andrea Avidad


Somalia’s history thus far has been a virulent amalgamation of elements that completely impede any kind of possibility for progress in the nation’s construction of a basic level of human safety. Inheriting the consequences of […]

Tags: Adam Ciralsky, Afghanistan, Africa, African Horn, Canon 5D, Iceberg I, Iraq, London, Matt Bryden, Pakistan, Piracy, PMPF, Puntland Maritime Police Force, Robin Hood, Roger Carstens, Shawn Efran, Somalia, Somalia Monitoring Group, Somaliland, The Project, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival, UN, United Nations, US Army Special Forces, William Golding
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Hide Your Smiling Faces

by: Anna Fixsen


Hide Your Smiling Faces, the directorial debut of Daniel Patrick Carbone, weaves together a story of both delicacy and weight—a film about boyhood in rural America and the first bittersweet tastes of growing up. The […]

Tags: Anna FIxen, Arts, daniel patrick carbone, Film, hide your smiling faces, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival
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A Look Behind the Curtain at Gucci

by: Stephanie Ott


Fashion is not a superficial world ruled by high-heeled ladies of luxury. Many decisions and hours of labor and effort go into each and every shoe, dress and bag. That is the underlying message of […]

Tags: Christina Voros, Fashion, Frida Giannini, Gucci, James Franco, Stephanie Ott, The Director, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival
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A Down-and-Dirty Account of the Oil Industry

by: Stephanie Ott


The complexities of how an American energy firm’s stakes in an offshore oil project in Africa, and how an exploration into untapped oil regions is then turned into a multi-billion dollar project, are difficult to […]

Tags: Big Men, Ghana, Jim Musselman, Jubilee Field, Kosmos Energy, Nigeria, oil, Rachel Boynton, Stephanie Ott, The Wild Magazine, Tribeca Film Festival
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The Cultural Ambitions of Qatar and Its Queen of Art

by: Andrea Lo


A little more than thirty years ago, the sovereign Arab state of Qatar was merely a secluded corner perched on the Persian Gulf. The territory struck gold with the discovery of oil and natural gas […]

Tags: Andrea Lo, Damien Hirst, Emir of Qatar, Louis Vuitton, Qatar, Robert De Niro, Sheikha Mayassa Al Thani, Takashi Murakami, Tate Modern, The Cultural Ambitions of Qatar and Its Queen of Art, Tribeca Film Festival

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