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Eva Longoria Comes to Tribeca This Saturday, Tickets Available

This Saturday at 6:30 PM, come watch ¡Go Sebastien Go! and scenes from other entries in ESPN Films' Versus series that shine a light on achievements both inside and out of the arena. Afterwards, stay for a special Q&A with Versus executive producer/director Eva Longoria and series director Retta (Parks and Recreation) on sports and activism. Moderated by ESPN's Chris Connelly.

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Bibi Andersson, Liv Ullmann, and Ingmar Bergman on the set of their convention-bending masterpiece PERSONA, which premiered today in Stockholm in 1966. Swipe through for some dazzling shots from this visionary drama.

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"When you hit success, it’s not enough. Make sure you pull another woman up with you." — Jane Rosenthal (@JaneTribeca) Some of our fiercest and most beloved women filmmakers (including Mira Nair, Adepero Oduye (@crownpeace), @CynthiaNixon, Kyra Sedgwick (@kikkosedg), @DakotaFanning, @ElizabethOlsenOfficial, @OliviaWilde, @RebeccaHall, Rachel Weisz, Christina Ricci (@riccigrams), Natasha Lyonne (@NLyonne), @LolaKirke, and so many more) caught up at today's kickoff luncheon for Tribeca and @CHANELOfficial's third annual #ThroughHerLens, a program dedicated to aiding emerging women in movies. Take a look at today's festivities, which brought together masters of many cinematic crafts.
Bibi Andersson, Liv Ullmann, and Ingmar Bergman on the set of their convention-bending masterpiece PERSONA, which premiered today in Stockholm in 1966. Swipe through for some dazzling shots from this visionary drama.
On the kickoff day of our third annual #ThroughHerLens program, here is a true filmmaking hero: the dedicated and dynamic Mira Nair, who is serving as a juror for this year’s edition.
"Labeling is so self-limiting. We are what we do, not what we say we are." On the 97th anniversary of his birth, the stunning Montgomery Clift.
"All I wanted was just what everybody else wants, you know, to be loved." Rita Hayworth, born today in 1918, reads in her library, as photographed by John Florea in October 1948.

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