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Tribeca 8h
Here is a collection of more than 60 essential, underrated, and flat-out extraordinary films helmed by Black women directors with links and information on where to watch and stream the majority of these acclaimed and neglected titles: 🎬⚡
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Tribeca 22h
"You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don't try to forget the mistakes, but you don't dwell on it. You don't let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space." The mighty Johnny Cash was born today in 1932.
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Malala Feb 25
She’s the only friend I’d skip school for.
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Tribeca Feb 25
Bring Tribeca with you wherever you go. Official Tribeca Film and Tribeca TV Festival merchandise is on sale now, perfect for the arts and entertainment lover in your life: 🎬📺
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David Schwartz Feb 24
Pleased to invite you, on behalf of Netflix, to a free public screening of AMERICAN FACTORY with producer Jeff Reichert (l.) in person to introduce. This Thursday, 2/27, 7:00 p.m. at the Paris Theater in Manhattan, 4 W. 58th Street. No RSVP needed; just come see this great doc.
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Tribeca Feb 25
Happy 83rd birthday to the marvelous and masterful Tom Courtenay, seen here with a fellow British acting legend, Julie Christie, during the making of David Lean's 1965 epic DOCTOR ZHIVAGO!
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Tarana Feb 24
Annabella Sciorra Miriam Haleyi Dawn Dunning Tarale Wulff Lauren Young Unnamed Survivor +84 other
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TIME'S UP Feb 24
Today is a victory for the who refused to be silent about Weinstein, igniting a global reckoning. It’s a victory for survivors everywhere - and for all those who believe in justice. Read our full statement from :
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brittany packnett cunningham Feb 24
I’m so grateful that she got her flowers when she was alive, even though it took a lifetime. Thank you, Katherine Johnson. Black girls can do anything. Rest in the power you gave us.
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Tribeca Feb 23
"Love is the essence of life; love touches all of our work. Love never leaves us. It clings to us, and we cling to it." The legendary and ingenious actress Emmanuelle Riva, capable of breaking the heart anew in film after film, was born on this day in 1927.
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Ava DuVernay Feb 21
On behalf of all involved in this series, we thank the NAACP Image Awards for this honor.
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Tribeca Feb 21
The late, brilliant Giulietta Masina, who created so many indelible characters alongside husband-collaborator Federico Fellini, was born on this day in 1921. Here she is as Cabiria in NIGHTS OF CABIRIA, giving one of the most masterful and moving performances in movie history. 💗
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Tribeca Feb 21
For , here is a guide to 60 essential, underrated, and flat-out extraordinary films by Black women directors, including Camille Billops, , Kathleen Collins, , , Flora M'mbugu-Schelling, , and others:
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Tribeca Feb 21
Today, we're spotlighting , one of the filmmakers selected for this year's , our pipeline program with and . Knowles' documentary TANGLED ROOTS focuses on hair discrimination in America and will premiere at !
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Tribeca Feb 21
. and are a charming duo in 's warmhearted comedy STANDING UP, FALLING DOWN, in which an unlikely friendship between a failed comic and a charming, alcoholic dermatologist helps both confront long-simmering regrets. See it in theaters today!
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Tribeca Feb 21
"What I was interested in was conveying an emotional message, which means using everything you've got inside you sometimes to barely make a note, or if you have to strain to sing, you sing." Nina Simone, an iconic, fearless, once-in-a-century artist, was born on this day in 1933.
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Tribeca Feb 21
Our Black Actress Canon is an expansive collection of essential screen performances from award-winning masters, exciting newcomers, living legends, and underappreciated talents. Explore:
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Tribeca Feb 21
Replying to @ParasiteMovie
Anyway, nothing but respect for our Leader of the Free World. See today:
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Tribeca Feb 21
He’d hate anything that actually won a popular vote.
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NEON Feb 20
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