Tribeca Film Festival

Tribeca Film Festival

Founded by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff in 2001, following the attacks on the World Trade Center, Tribeca Film Festival has evolved from an annual event to spur the economic and cultural revitalization of lower Manhattan to a gathering place for filmmakers, artists, innovators, and the global creative community.

Student Discounts:

(Available at Ticket Outlets Only, not redeemable online or by phone)
Available for Students, seniors (Age 62+) with valid ID and downtown Manhattan residents with proof of residency for zip codes: 10002, 10004, 10005, 10006, 10007, 10012, 10013, 10014, 10038, 10048, 10280, 10281, 10282.
$5.00 discount per $23 General Screening Ticket.
$7.00 discount per $30 Ticket.
$10.00 discount per $40 Ticket.
(There is no discount on $12 Matinee tickets).

Ticket Offers:

Tribeca Talks: Director’s Series – Jason Reitman with Tamara Jenkins

4/19 – 5:15 PM @ BMCC

Following the New York Premiere of his film Tully, writer, director, and producer Jason Reitman will sit down with revered writer/director Tamara Jenkins (The Savages, Slums of Beverly Hills) to discuss his latest film, as well as his eminent career as the writer/director of witty, satirical indie comedies such as Thank you For Smoking and Up in the Air.

The Night Eats The World

4/21 – 10:00 PM @ SVA

One night, Sam attends a raucous apartment party in Paris. But, pressured to show up against his will and not feeling festive, the dejected Sam heads to a private room and falls asleep. The next morning, everything has changed: The walls are stained with blood, there isn’t a living soul in sight, and the dead have taken over the streets.

Tribeca Talks: Storytellers – Jamie Foxx

4/23 – 6:00 PM @ BMCC

Prolific actor, musician, and comedian Jamie Foxx is a Hollywood triple threat. Perhaps his most iconic role as an actor, his portrayal of musician Ray Charles in the biopic Ray, landed him an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA in 2005. The very same year, Foxx was nominated for a second Oscar for his acting in the film Collateral, making him only the second man in history to receive two acting Oscar nominations in the same year for two different roles.

Additional tickets  for select events will be offered through Office of the Arts. Make sure you’re signed up for our mailing list to be notified.