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Tribeca Film Festival is expanding its focus on games

The Tribeca Film Festival is postponed, but you can watch its VR movies for free this week

Yesterday imagines a world without the Beatles — but can’t decide whether they mattered

I Am Human is a tech doc with a refreshing focus on people

See You Yesterday is Back to the Future with sharp social commentary

Picture Character gives faces to the mysterious emoji creation process

The director of Pixar’s Bao on the challenges of animating a living dumpling

Star Wars Battlefront II updates will let players fight in the Clone Wars

Holograms, campfire horror stories, and OK Go: the best VR and AR from the Tribeca Film Festival

Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda is a reflection on how the composer hears the world

General Magic is a nostalgic film about the ‘90s startup that imagined the smartphone

VR was sold as an ‘empathy machine’ — but some artists are getting sick of it

Question Club: What’s wrong with The Circle?

The Sensitives is an intimate look at people allergic to modern life

Buster’s Mal Heart is three short stories with one mind-bending twist

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Tribeca 2017: All the best films, VR, and stories from this year’s festival

The best virtual reality from the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

Arden’s Wake is a coming-of-age story set in an underwater future Manhattan

Felix Thompson's stellar debut film King Jack brings back all the insecurities of high school

Ricky Gervais invents a different kind of lying in his Netflix movie Special Correspondents

In J.G. Ballard’s High-Rise, the metaphor eats the story, and Tom Hiddleston eats the metaphor

If Tribeca 2016 had a theme, it might be 'adulting is hard'

Virtual reality animator Tyler Hurd on the rebirth of the music video

A Hologram For The King takes Tom Hanks on a frustrating journey of self-discovery

The best virtual reality from the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

Elvis & Nixon is fun, fluffy filmmaker fan-fic

The brains behind Pearl on bringing Google’s new Spotlight Story to Tribeca

What's virtual reality without a headset?

Why Always Shine director Sophia Takal encourages actors to make bad choices

Director Susanne Bier on creating the international intrigue of John Le Carré's The Night Manager

Three types of onscreen losers at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival

In Enlighten Us, a disgraced guru fails to find redemption