Huge day! The Tribeca team toasts the amazing film talent we’re involved with who received Oscar nominations in 2013 including the big boss Robert De Niro, War Witch, and Asad.
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What’s this? Oh, just a little champagne to celebrate Tribeca Film’s first Oscar nomination for War Witch.

Huge day! The Tribeca team toasts the amazing film talent we’re involved with who received Oscar nominations in 2013 including the big boss Robert De Niro, War Witch, and Asad.

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What’s this? Oh, just a little champagne to celebrate Tribeca Film’s first Oscar nomination for War Witch.

Do not miss this film next year. Proud to be helping tell the world about this one.
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We’re thrilled to announce that War Watch, the powerful drama from TFF 2012, has made the 2013 Oscars Shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film. You can watch this harrowing tale of a child soldier in the Congo in early 2013 from Tribeca Film. 

Do not miss this film next year. Proud to be helping tell the world about this one.

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We’re thrilled to announce that War Watch, the powerful drama from TFF 2012, has made the 2013 Oscars Shortlist for Best Foreign Language Film. You can watch this harrowing tale of a child soldier in the Congo in early 2013 from Tribeca Film

Obsessed lately with the idea of taking existing film footage, images etc that are easily accessible and crafting new short stories from them. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to create a cool video today.  Fun, smart, creative and well executed. 

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The story of life as we know it, told in 2 minutes and using only stock imagery.

"THE COMEDY" IS NOW READY FOR YOU

timheidecker:

Hey Friends* 

As you probably know a film called The Comedy that I acted in is now available to watch on iTunesVideo on Demand,  and other digital means  - you know it if you got it.  Here’s a few things to know/think about: 

1. If you live in one of these cities go see this movie in The Movie Theater! Make a night of it! I’m telling you it’s a beautifully shot film and really deserves the big screen treatment.  You can also request a screening in your city by going here 

2. Go into watching this without any expectations about what you’re about to see!  Yes, I’m in this movie with my friend and partner the great Eric Wareheim, but this is not a “Tim and Eric” movie and it’s not a comedy. I think there are plenty of funny moments but this is something else entirely.  Also, I think it’s probably a good idea to stew on this movie after you’ve seen it - it’s not an easy movie and you might have some immediate reactions that I believe will change over the course of hours and days. 

3.  Don’t torrent it please. Relatively, this movie didn’t cost that much money to make but it still takes so, so, SO many individual purchases to make it back. If you choose to legally pay to see this movie you are making a statement that you want to see more movies like this — or at least more movies that are outside the bounds of traditional studio mush.  If you like, you can wait until the price of the VOD rental comes down or when it comes to Netflix (a few months, I’d guess.)  I think finally, the technology has made this decision an easy one. 

Thanks for reading,

Tim 

*USA and Canada only… I wish I had some news for you rest of world but International release is still being negotiated. 

Love this anecdote about how Fincher coaches actors from the Side Swipes series by Tribeca Film.  Makes you wonder who he is referring to specifically. 

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“Actors and directors have diametrically opposed views to the same piece of material.”

Side Swipes is a daily video series featuring Side by Side clips that didn’t make the final cutDavid Fincher (The Social NetworkFight Club) discusses the responsibility of the director to create a place for audiences to look from the inside out, never from the outside in.