Favreau will donate his $25,000 prize to New York food organization
From the jungle of the Congo to the slums of Delhi, two stunning documentaries explore vital worlds threatened by "progress"
"In Your Eyes," which he wrote and executive produced, was released online immediately after its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival
Jesse Zwick talks to The Wrap about working as a reporter at The New Republic, writing and directing the Tribeca favorite "About Alex"
The "Smashed" and "Scott Pilgrim" actress has long teased a full length effort with star producer Dan the Automator
"Beyond the Brick" finds two Oscar-nominated directors in a celebratory mood
"Silenced" and "1971" deal with 43 years of surveillance and retaliation against whistleblowers
"Match" and "Alex of Venice" debut strongly, while Stewart is upstaged by co-star Matthew Lillard during a post-screening Q&A
"It's been exciting and rewarding," the "Dawson Creek" alum tells TheWrap. "I've had a chance to play a lot of different characters than the ones...
Tribeca 2014: "Time Is Illmatic" celebrates one of hip-hop's classics, but Nas changes with the times
Chief Creative Officer Geoff Gilmore talks with TheWrap about the festival's multiple agendas
Tribeca 2014: Gritty and daunting film festival entrant, executive produced by Lee, is about Colombian teens that dive into the dangerous world of drug trafficking
Toni Collette, Heather Graham are also among jurors who will give out $150,000 in prizes
Poster ratchets up the sexual chemistry
Concert film from Bjork and Alex Gibney doc about Brown join a lineup already heavy with music films
The film, which sold for around $7 million in Toronto, is now called "Begin Again"
A strong slate also includes several Sundance and SXSW hits, along with stars such as Elizabeth Banks, Aubrey Plaza, Robin Williams
"Time is Illmatic," a look at the creation and subsequent legacy of the seminal record "Illmatic" on its 20th anniversary, will kickstart the NYC festival
Liberal zionist blog will "sunset at the end of the year" as its editor departs
The trio took the stage to present a remastered version of Scorsese's 1983 classic "The King of Comedy"
From mind-boggling flex dancers to the unstoppably charming Zoe Kazan to Lil Bub the famous kitty, a few highlights (and missteps) from Tribeca 2013
Kim Mordaunt and Linda Bloodworth Thomason win $25,000 prizes for Laotian drama, same-sex-marriage documentary
Darren Aronofsky is also resisting the digital revolution
The director of Tribeca's opening night film has been humbled by its reception at the festival
Co-director Deidre Schoo was inspired by a flex dancer she met as a photographer
Wars in Laos and Afghanistan serve as backdrop to the top narrative and documentary films at the Tribeca Film Festival
Bob meets Bub and the cameras are there to capture it
Legendary cafe singer, subject of a Tribeca documentary, holds forth on Warren Beatty and Woody Allen as she prepares to leave Manhattan for Michigan
...and why it could also kill creativity
For the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member, comedy is easy but drama is terrifying