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FESTIVAL ARTICLE

What to Do Today: April 19

We've created this simple guide for today's Tribeca 2016 films and events that still have tickets available.

There's no such thing as "sold out" at the Tribeca Film Festival. Even if advance tickets are no longer available, don't give up—try our Rush Tickets policy. We admit those standing in the Rush line approximately 15 minutes prior to a film or panel's scheduled start time, until a theater is at capacity. Lines begin forming approximately 45 minutes before each screening, so be sure to arrive early.

DRAGONFLIGHT, Project Creators: Michael Conelly, Will Telford, Keith Goldfarb, Lyndon Barrois/Blackthorn Media

VIRTUAL ARCADE, presented by AT&T
Virtual Arcade debuts at the 2016 Festival, helping to expand the immersive entertainment slate with thirteen additional VR experiences from some of the leading creators and emerging voices in this new medium. Available April 18-23. Learn more about the Virtual Arcade here.
TIME: 12-11 PM
LOCATION: Festival Hub

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TRIBECA TALKS: Imagination Day

The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, will host some of the most influential, provocative and creative minds for an all-day summit that asks: what happens when our wildest dreams become reality and what will that reality be in our not-so-distant future? We are at an inflection point in history. Experience the wonder and inspiration of new technologies, as tech’s thought leaders reveal what is just beyond the horizon through multisensory storytelling
TIME: 10:30 a.m.
LOCATION: Festival Hub
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TRIBECA TUNE-IN, With media support from Vulture the entertainment and culture site from New York Magazine

Conversations: Catastrophe (Amazon) conversation with creators Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, series creators and stars of critically acclaimed comedy Catastrophe, discuss the process behind creating a whip smart show about an Irish woman and an American man who, after making a bloody mess as they struggled to fall in love in London, have embarked on a series of best-attempts to clear it up and generally do the right thing. Moderated by Alex Jung (New YorkMagazine/Vulture).
TIME: 3:00 p.m.
LOCATION: SVA2

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Series Finale: Six Feet Under (HBO) series finale retro screening with live commentary
Revisit one of the most visually and emotionally arresting shows on its fifteenth anniversary for a retrospective screening of the hauntingly brilliant final episode in which we said goodbye to the Fishers. Show creator Alan Ball provides an in depth live director's commentary to reveal the process behind these beautiful moments on screen. Moderated by Matt Zoller Seitz, New YorkMagazine/Vulture.
TIME: 4:30 p.m.
LOCATION: SVA1

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Full Frontal (TBS) conversation
Samantha Bee is disrupting the tradition of late night television. The former longest-serving Daily Show correspondent brings her satirical humor to a conversation about creating nightly entertainment which goes beyond the surface in no holds barred segments on topics from the Syrian refugee crisis to the current political cycle along with her head writer Jo Miller. Moderated by Stacy Wilson Hunt (New York Magazine/Vulture).
TIME: 7:30 p.m.
LOCATION: SVA1

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haveababy
Section: Viewpoints
Directed by Amanda Micheli. (USA) – World Premiere, Documentary.
Amanda Micheli's haveababy opens with a YouTube-based competition for a free round of in vitro fertilization, courtesy of a Las Vegas fertility clinic. Through this controversial contest, Micheli explores the complexities of America's burgeoning fertility industry and paints an intimate portrait of the many resilient couples determined to have a baby against all odds.
TIME: 9:45 PM
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Robert Klein Can't Stop His Leg
Section: Special Screening
Directed and written by Marshall Fine. (USA) — Documentary.
Combining decades of archival material, interviews with some of comedy's biggest stars, and new footage, Robert Klein Still Can't Stop His Leg is hilarious and poignant look at the life and career of Robert Klein.
TIME: 9:30 PM
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The Ride
Section: Viewpoints
Directed and written by Stéphanie Gillard. (France) – World Premiere, Documentary.
The Ride takes us along the annual 300-mile trek through the South Dakota Badlands. There, young men and women of the Lakota Sioux ride horseback and reflect upon the history of their ancestors. This intimate, stunningly photographed account captures the thoughts and emotions of the young riders and the adults who guide them along their journey.
TIME: 4:30 PM
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Live Cargo
Section: US Narrative Competition
Directed by Logan Sandler, written by Logan Sandler and Thymaya Payne. (USA, Bahamas) – World Premiere.
Nadine (Dree Hemingway) and Lewis (Keith Stanfield) visit a small Bahamian island hoping to restore their relationship in the wake of a tragedy, only to find the picturesque island torn in two: on one side a dangerous human trafficker and on the other an aging patriarch, struggling to maintain order. With Leonard Earl Howze, Sam Dillon, Robert Wisdom.
TIME: 9:15 PM
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Youth In Oregon
Section: Spotlight
Directed by Joel David Moore, written by Andrew Eisen. (USA) – World Premiere, Narrative.
Frank Langella, Billy Crudup, Christina Applegate, Mary Kay Place, and Josh Lucas star in this dramedy about an ailing man travelling to Oregon to be legally euthanized. Langella is superb, capturing the frustration, resolution, and desperation that swirl around so profound a decision. Actor-turned-director Joel David Moore creates a powerful affirmation on the search that finds value in the life you have.
TIME: 3:00 PM
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