The official Palo Alto
site has recently created a Sub-Site relating to the
Tribeca Film Festival. It's pretty cool and informative, and has the official
dates and showtimes for the screenings. American Express cardholders can buy
tickets as soon as April 7, New York City residents on April 13 and general
public on April 14th.
Sunday, April 29, 4:00 pmPosted by Kelly @ 12:31 PM - March 28, 2007
Clearview Chelsea West, 333 W. 23rd Street
(between 8 th and 9 th Avenues.)
Theater 2: Seats 343
Monday, April 30, 10:15 pm
AMC 34th Street, 312 W. 34th Street
(between 8 th and 9 th Avenues)
Theater 14: Seats 150
Wednesday, May 2, 7:30 pm
AMC Village VII, 66 Third Avenue
(at 11th St.)
Theater 2: Seats 272
Saturday, May 5, 11:00 pm
AMC Kips Bay, 570 Second Avenue
(at 32nd St.)
Theater 14 : Seats 153
Meep. We haven't updated in a month. Which, ok is totally my bad and I openly
admit that. News has been a little slow but I still have some scans and
what not that I need to post so, I take full blame for this everyone, sorry.
I am returning to you with great news though, and that is that
Palo Alto will be
having it's world premiere at the
Tribeca Film Festival. No news yet on dates and times for the screenings
but please keep checking back as we will be posting news as we receive it.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE 2007 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES SELECTIONS FOR DISCOVERY, SHOWCASE SECTIONS AND FAMILY FILM FESTIVAL
33 WORLD PREMIERES IN DISCOVERY,
SHOWCASE INCLUDES FESTIVAL FAVORITES FROM AROUND THE WORLD,
"GUMBY" BACK IN THEATERS FOR FAMILIES
New York, NY [March 15, 2007] – The 2007 Tribeca Film Festival, presented by American Express, today announced the third and final group of feature film selections in its Discovery, Showcase and Family Film Festival selections, for the sixth annual festival, taking place April 25 – May 6, 2007.
For a second year, the Discovery section highlights the work of up-and-coming narrative and documentary directors. This year's line-up includes 39 films, with 33 World Premieres.
The Showcase selections include a number of outstanding films that have previously earned praise at other film festivals around the globe.
The Family Film Festival presents films for all ages. This collection consists of an assortment of styles and subjects ranging from innovative animation to imaginative narratives, as well as documentaries that amaze, inspire and most of all – entertain.
- Palo Alto, directed by Brad Leong, written by Tony Vallone. (U.S.A) – World Premiere. It's a bittersweet homecoming when four college freshmen return to their quiet northern California town for Thanksgiving. In the tradition of American Graffiti, this first feature film by college students Brad Leong and Tony Vallone follows the adventures of four friends on one eventful night that changes everything.