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While music festivals might get all the attention in the spring months, a city like New York will always attract the best artists for major concerts. With a legend like Paul McCartney, the reunion of The Postal Service, the ever-present RAC, and ASAP Rocky serving as only the opener to the main act, you won't have to travel to California, Chicago, or Miami to get your music fix. Click through for the best upcoming concerts in NYC!
The winners of the Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series Film competition were revealed on Friday as part of the Tribeca Film Festival. The competition, which challenged emerging film makers to create a five minute film based on their own interpretation of a script presented by the Oscar-winning screenwriter of Precious, Geoffrey Fletcher, brought in hundreds of submissions from over 30 countries. More»
Over the weekend, Jerry Lewis joked around with former co-star Robert De Niro and director Martin Scorsese at the 30th anniversary screening of "The King of Comedy," Rihanna performed a knock out show at the Prudential Center, Julianne Moore stayed out late with at "The English Teacher" premiere after party, Sting showed up to the Jazz Room at the General to support his daughter Mickey Sumner, and so much more! More»
It's hard to believe that the Tribeca Film Festival has already come to a close. Over the last ten days, we feel like we've gotten to know the neighborhood pretty well, and we want to share our insider knowledge with you. We just can't get enough of Tribeca's cast-iron buildings and wide, cobblestone streets that are home countless upscale merchants and swanky restaurants. Tribeca is a neighborhood on the rise, but it still has a distinct community feel, which makes it a pretty special place in our books. Click through to read more about our favorite restaurants, shops, and things to do in Tribeca, courtesy of Amex and the Tribeca Film Festival “Tribeca Now” guide. More»
Last night, the stars came out for the Chanel Eighth Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner. The crowd was a who's who of the Downtown New York scene, with guests including everyone from Michael Pitt, to Dree Hemingway, to Sean Avery. The guests arrived at the perennial Tribeca staple - and one of our top festival restaurants - The Odeon, where they posed for pictures in front of a bright pink floral walkway. The women were as fashionable as ever, with Chanel being the obvious choice for fashion personality Alexa Chung, model Joan Smalls, and Leigh Lezark of The Misshapes, among others. Scroll through for our photographs and read on to see what Josh Radnor of "How I Met Your Mother" and Kiernan Shipka of "Mad Men" had to share with us last night. More»
It was all about the Chanel love for our favorite fashionable ladies at last night's Eighth Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner, hosted by Chanel at The Odeon. From a couple of fully decked out brand ambassadors to a 13-year-old style star in the making, the number of winning Chanel looks were endless yesterday. Click through to see the best dressed guests from the dinner and from the other great events that took place in NYC last night.
Whether you're a premiere regular or attending your first screening, the Tribeca Film Festival is an exciting time to check out new works, brush elbows with industry big names and enjoy the always-cool neighborhood the festival is hosted in. In order to take advantage of your downtown time, we've rounded up a list of our favorite nearby bars, so you can make the most of your film festival adventures. From wine spots like Terroir Tribeca to a champagne lounge, here is our guide to drinking in the 10013.
From history-makers to trendsetters, the Tribeca Film Festival documentary "Teenage" captures how teenagers’ experiences change from one generation to the next and how, in many ways, this sometimes misunderstood, oftentimes trendsetting, and always interesting demographic remains distinct over time. The film is based on the book "Teenage: The Creation of Youth Culture" by Jon Savage, directed by Dan Wolf, and co-produced by Jason Schwartzman. We caught up with the filmmakers at the "Teenage" premiere to get the lowdown on the film, their findings, and some of their favorite teenage memories.
Last night in NYC, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Jessica Biel, Sarah Jessica Parker and Michelle Williams looked stunning in Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Collection jewelry at the annual Blue Book Ball, Ivanka Trump and Lauren Remington Platt got down at the 2013 Museum Dance sponsored by Roberto Cavalli, Justin Long, Olivia Wilde, Penn Badgley dined at Urban Zen Loft, Zac Efron stepped out with Heather Graham for the premiere of their new film "At Any Price," and more!
Cinephiles, rejoice! The Tribeca Film Festival is fast approaching, and we're already thinking in reel time. We want you to indulge your inner movie buff (or become one) from April 17-28, which is why we're sharing everything you need to know about this year's festival. From film premieres to featured panels, here's a preview of what you can expect from the red carpet to the final credits at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival! More»
Sunday, May 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.