2013 Tribeca Film Festival in NYC

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The Tribeca Film Festival has, in its short existence, become one of New York City’s premiere celebrations of the arts. Filmmakers from around the world diverge upon lower Manhattan to share in their passion of the movies. On April 17th, the Tribeca Film Festival is back for its 11th year, and it is setting up to be another great one.

Here, we put together everything you need to know about the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival.

When is the Tribeca Film Festival?

The Tribeca Film Festival begins on April 17, 2013 and ends on April 28, 2013

How to get tickets for the Tribeca Film Festival?

There are three ways to go about getting tickets

  • Festival Pass: This gives you access to every film, talk, and event at the Tribeca Film Festival
  • Single Event Pass: You can buy tickets to individual films, talks and events
  • Rush Tickets: When films, talks and events are sold out, you can wait in the rush ticket line and if the theater doesn’t fill up, you will be able to purchase a ticket

What films will be showing at the Tribeca Film Festival?

Here is a link to the Tribeca Film Festival Film Guide. It includes every movie that will be screening, including films making their world premieres as well as classics like Beetlejuice.

Where will the films be shown?

The Tribeca Film Festival has viewings at several theaters throughout NYC, primarily in the Lower Manhattan neighborhood of TriBeCa. Check the film guide for details about what is playing where.

Should I go to the Tribeca Film Festival?

Absolutely! Even if you just go for one film or one talk, it is definitely worth taking part in. Here is a story from last year’s festival that is sure to make you smile.

For more information on the Tribeca Film Festival, visit their official website.

Photo: Flickr / clementine gallot

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