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One of our key goals for this year's festival was to further enhance the audience experience and create additional free events for the community

348,000 attend Tribeca Film Festival May 04, 2009

This year's festival has a number of fun and light-hearted films for our audience to enjoy. We are delighted to bring them another crowd-pleasing film, 'My Life in Ruins,' to celebrate our closing night

'Life' to close Tribeca film fest Apr 10, 2009

We have always sought to open our festival with films that are captivating and strike an emotional chord with moviegoers. 'Shrek Forever After' combines the very best in storytelling and artistry while showcasing the wonders of innovative 3D film-making. It is one of the most anticipated new movies of 2010 and we are so pleased that DreamWorks Animation is bringing the final chapter of Shrek to the Tribeca Film Festival for its world premiere

4th 'Shrek' to open Tribeca Film Festival Mar 01, 2010

This year's jury features the same impressive range and depth as our films playing in competition. They are distinctive and accomplished storytellers, artists and entrepreneurs from the worlds of film, theater, culture, fashion, television and new media -- all of whom share a passion for film, a thirst for discovery and a spirit of independence

Goldberg, Alba named Tribeca fest jurors Apr 13, 2010

The award-winning films selected by the jury each features strong characters and subjects; these films challenge you to see the world from another perspective

'Leave,' 'Pound' win Tribeca trophies Apr 30, 2010


Jane Rosenthal (born 21 September 1956) is an American film producer.

Rosenthal was born in Providence, Rhode Island, and attended both Brown and New York University. Early in her career she helped to develop and produce more than 70 movies for television while working at CBS in Los Angeles, California.

In 1989, Rosenthal co-founded the Tribeca Productions film studio in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of TriBeCa with actor Robert De Niro. Rosenthal and De Niro co-produced the dramatic television anthology series TriBeCa in 1993 and, in 2002, co-organized the first annual TriBeCa Film Festival which has dramatically grown in popularity each year since.

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