Grab a seat at our SoHo theater for our Meet the Filmmakers series, presented with Indiewire.com. The film industry’s leading actors, writers, directors, and producers will take us behind the scenes of their latest projects.
Saturday, April 19, 5:00 p.m.
Angus MacLachlan, Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, and Audrey Scott — Goodbye to All That
Join writer-director Angus MacLachlan and actors Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, and Audrey Scott as they discuss their film Goodbye to All That. The story follows a recently divorced man who is thrust into the uncharted territory of single fatherhood and — even more frightening — getting back into the rather unpredictable dating pool. Register now
Saturday, April 19, 6:00 p.m.
Susanna Fogel, Jordana Mollick, Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs, and Adam Brody — Life Partners
Join filmmaker Susanna Fogel, producer Jordana Mollick, and actors Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs, and Adam Brody as they discuss their film Life Partners. The comedy focuses on two thirtysomething friends with a harmoniously laid-back resistance to growing up — and the guy who creates discord in their relationship. Register now
Sunday, April 20, 3:00 p.m.
Andrew Disney, Bradley Jackson, Jake Lacy, Brian McElhaney, and Nick Kocher — Intramural
Join director Andrew Disney, writer Bradley Jackson, and actors Jake Lacy, Brian McElhaney, and Nick Kocher as they discuss their hilarious comedy Intramural. This full throttle send-up of inspirational sports movies harnesses every overused trope of the genre to tell the greatest intramural sports story of all time. Register now
Monday, April 21, 7:00 p.m.
David Mackenzie and Jack O’Connell — Starred Up
Join director David Mackenzie and actor Jack O’Connell as they discuss their film Starred Up. This tense and unpredictable drama explores the life of a young offender so violent and volatile that he is “starred up” — prematurely moved to an adult prison. Register now
Tuesday, April 22, 6:00 p.m.
Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke — Point and Shoot
Join filmmakers Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke as they discuss their riveting documentary Point and Shoot. The film follows the true story of a young man from Baltimore whose wanderlust leads him to Libya, where he joins the rebel army in its effort to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi. Register now
Wednesday, April 23, 4:00 p.m.
John Butler, Hugh O’Conor, and Peter McDonald — The Bachelor Weekend
Join director John Butler and actors Hugh O’Conor and Peter McDonald as they discuss their slapstick comedy The Bachelor Weekend. In the film, a foppish groom-to-be on a bachelor camping weekend discovers that he and his genteel friends are no match for his future brother-in-law, an uncouth bully. Register now
Wednesday, April 23, 5:00 p.m.
Jon Favreau — Chef
Join writer-director-star Jon Favreau as he discusses his culinary adventure Chef. The film follows a talented chef who has a social media-fueled meltdown, then hits the road with his son and sous-chef to launch a food truck business. Register now
Wednesday, April 23, 6:00 p.m.
Ryan Piers Williams, America Ferrera, Jason Berman, and Jon Paul Phillips — X/Y
Join filmmaker Ryan Piers Williams, actor-producer America Ferrera, producer Jason Berman, and actor Jon Paul Phillips as they discuss their film X/Y. The character-driven drama centers on the shifting sexual and romantic relationships among four restless New Yorkers searching for a sense of intimacy and self-identity. Register now
Thursday, April 24, 5:00 p.m.
Lou Howe, Ben Howe, Luca Borghese, and Rory Culkin — Gabriel
Join filmmaker Lou Howe, producers Ben Howe and Luca Borghese, and actor Rory Culkin as they discuss their film Gabriel. First-time writer-director Lou Howe’s drama focuses on a vulnerable and confused young man who longs for stability and happiness. Register now
Friday, April 25, 6:00 p.m.
Gia Coppola and Emma Roberts — Palo Alto
Join first-time director Gia Coppola and actor Emma Roberts as they discuss their film Palo Alto. This vibrant and cinematic immersion in the high school experience follows overlapping stories of teens and the adults around them in the titular town. Register now
Saturday, April 26, 5:00 p.m.
Tribeca N.O.W.: New Online Work Creators Showcase
Tribeca N.O.W. is a newly designed program that recognizes creators of New Online Work. We aim to discover, highlight, and celebrate the next generation of independent-spirited storytellers who choose to create and share in the online space. Join us for a discussion with some of this year’s innovative creators, including Rob Michael Hugel (I Hate Being Single), Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld (High Maintenance), and Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo (Be Here Nowish). Register now
Saturday, April 26, 6:00 p.m.
Louie Psihoyos, Fisher Stevens, Travis Threlkel, and Leilani Munter — 6
Join director Louie Psihoyos, producer Fisher Stevens, and subjects Travis Threlkel and Leilani Munter as they discuss their gripping environmental documentary 6. The film utilizes state-of-the-art equipment to show never-before-seen images that will change the way we understand the issues of endangered species and mass extinction. Register now
Join us at the Apple Store, West 14th Street, to hear about the latest industry developments from professional filmmakers, instructors, and other in-the-know speakers.
Saturday, April 19, 6:00 p.m.
Jason Mante — Creating a Six-Second Film: Vine
With a global community of users and its unique six-second format, Vine has made it easy for anyone to capture and watch videos right from a mobile device. It has become the destination for a new generation of creative filmmakers. Join Jason Mante, editor at Vine, for a talk about how Vine began, new ways for filmmakers to connect with their audience, and Tribeca’s second annual #6SECFILMS competition, powered by Vine. Register now
Monday, April 21, 7:00 p.m.
Meera Menon and Paul Gleason — Microbudget Filmmaking
Farah Goes Bang, Meera Menon’s directorial debut, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2013 and earned her the inaugural Nora Ephron Prize. Menon and Paul Gleason, both her partner and cinematographer, secured the film’s small budget by crowdfunding through sites such as Kickstarter. Join us as Menon and Gleason share their tips on maintaining a high level of quality while shooting guerilla-style. Register now
Wednesday, April 23, 7:00 p.m.
General Assembly — Crowdfunding: What Is It and How Can I Use It to Launch My Project?
Crowdfunding is completely changing the world of entrepreneurship, especially the ways in which startups and filmmakers can raise capital and bring their products to market. Join us for an overview of the crowdfunding industry and the different types of platforms that are emerging. We’ll cover how to build a successful crowdfunding campaign, reviewing the myths and facts associated with how campaigns work. Ready, set, raise! Register now
Thursday, April 24, 7:00 p.m.
Team Bubbly — The Changing Face of the Creative Agency: How Technology Is Revolutionizing the Industry
Meet Team Bubbly, a boutique agency with a handcrafted approach to creating unique digital content. Its small-model approach has allowed it to keep costs down while still delivering high-quality results in line with a brand, attracting clients such as Esquire magazine and Newman’s Own. Join Team Bubbly as they share the secrets of their success and reveal how they manage large projects with an efficient workforce and budget. Register now
Thursday, April 24, 8:00 p.m.
Joe Mefford — Writing Your Screenplay with Final Draft
Final Draft helps you write professional-looking screenplays on your Mac, iPad, or iPhone. Join Joe Mefford, vice president of e-commerce at Final Draft, Inc., as he demonstrates the new features of Final Draft 9, along with the latest updates of the Final Draft Writer app for iPad and Final Draft Reader app for iPad and iPhone. Register now