It’s hard to believe that the Tribeca Film Festival, by now a cultural institution, has only been around for 15 years. When Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal founded the film festival in 2002, their goal was to revivify the downtown Manhattan neighborhood ravaged by 9/11. By now, though, DeNiro and Rosenthal's modest endeavor has morphed into a giant, weeklong affair that transforms Tribeca into a hub of creation and cultural conversation. Given the festival’s slew of interesting events,...


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