With blue skies and plenty of sunshine, the Tribeca Film Festival couldn’t be off to a better opening week! The annual film festival is taking place in various theaters around New York City through April 24th.
Whether you are a local New Yorker or a tourist, there is a lot in store for you at the Tribeca Film Festival this year! Check out the Tribeca ESPN Sports Film Festival if you are a sports lover, which will showcase seven independent films that focus on sports and competition. Or enjoy a fun family day in the hip Tribeca neighborhood at the Tribeca Family Street Fair where one can enjoy free screenings, workshops on filmmaking, storytelling, games and various kiosks including local bakeries and food trucks. Season passes and all-access passes for the festival are still available and matinee tickets can be purchased for $10.
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