Tribeca Film Festival

A new documentary about Kids serves as a stark cautionary tale

By Ed Gibbs

Twenty-five years on, the cast of Larry Clark’s controversial ’90s hit reflect on their experiences on and off set.

A new documentary exposes the devastating reality of fish farming

By Ed Gibbs

Artifishal reveals the grim impact humanity is having on wild salmon populations.

You Don’t Nomi – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Paul Verhoeven’s infamously trashy Showgirls is reappraised by commentators and fans ahead of its 25th anniversary.

The Fourth Estate – first look review

By Marshall Shaffer

Liz Garbus’ compelling documentary details The New York Times’ coverage of Donald Trump’s first year in office.

A new film exposes the shocking cyber harassment faced by women

By Ed Gibbs

Cynthia Lowen’s intimate doc Netizens follows three victims of online abuse as they look to take back control.

The Public Image is Rotten – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

John Lydon’s post-Sex Pistols career is examined in this intimate doc that proves as frustrating as it is fascinating.

The Endless – first look review

By Anton Bitel

Directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead serve up a meta meditation on cults in this smart genre-blurring thriller.

King Cobra – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

This darkly comic factual drama hits all the right notes thanks to inspired turns from Christian Slater and James Franco.

All We Had – first look review

By Ed Gibbs

Katie Holmes puts in a memorable shift as a struggling single mom in her impressive directorial debut.

Adult Life Skills – first look review

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Rachel Tunnard’s impressive debut feature takes a lighter look at the stresses of modern living.

Why the Tribeca Film Festival was right to pull Vaxxed

By Chris Barsanti

Serious question marks remain over the agenda of Andrew Wakefield’s anti-vaccination documentary.

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