The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival runs from April 20-29 in New York City. The festival primarily features independent premieres and international films seeking distribution, but it also has a growing exhibition track in virtual reality, games, television, guest lectures, and other special events. The Verge will be reporting from the festival on some of its highlight releases.
The filmmakers behind 2012’s Resolution return with a bigger, more intense riff on the same setting
Secrets are lies
The adaptation of Dave Eggers’ book simplifies the world and takes away any semblance of satire or stakes.
Camilla Hall tells some intimate personal stories, but loses the bigger picture around the efforts to change policing by filming cops
Let’s try some new categories
In this lively doc about Earth’s first interstellar spacecraft, the scientists matter more than the science
A retrospective of the still-ongoing Voyager missions brings humor and humanity to a 40-year project
Each part of a scene is like a comic panel in a diorama in virtual reality