Tribeca Announces 2018 Dates, Call for Submissions

For the 17th year, the Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, will bring creators, diverse audiences, and the industry together in New York City during the annual storytelling festival running April 18-29, 2018.

Starting Sept. 5, filmmakers can submit a film for all sections of the Festival (feature and short films, TV, Immersive, N.O.W. (New Online Work) and the Tribeca X Award) via Withoutabox. VR, episodic, online storytelling, and branded storytelling can be submitted directly to Tribeca. Get the full details in our latest press release.

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A Look Back at the Cannes Film Festival

From the premieres to the red carpet, check out photos from the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

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Lexus Short Films

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Now Accepting Submissions

Lexus Short Films launched in 2013 with the goal of supporting and nurturing a new generation of emerging filmmakers. These aspiring writers and directors receive a unique opportunity supported by Lexus to collaborate with The Weinstein Company to produce and showcase their work on an international stage. Now in its 4th season, Lexus Short Films returns seeking submissions from the international independent filmmaking community. Learn more and submit your film today.

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Slamdance Presents: Latest Film Acquisitions

As part of their ongoing commitment to creating innovative distribution and exhibition opportunities for independent filmmakers, Slamdance Presents acquired the below four award-winning feature films that premiered at the festival.

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2017 Dallas International Film Festival: Photos

Check out photos from the 2017 Dallas International Film Festival, including the opening night gala presentation of Bonnie and Clyde and the Bomb City premiere.

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Slamdance Spotlight

Find out the stories behind select films and programs at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival, including Kate Can't Swim, Wexford Plaza and more.

Kate Can't Swim
Wexford Plaza

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