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Tribeca Events Highlights: From Green to Gates

The Gates gang: (L-R) Prinzing, Maysles, Ferrera and Jeanne-Claude pictured in the festival's (and The Reeler's) closing-night feature (Photo: STV)

By S.T. VanAirsdale

Our Tribeca coverage felt like it ended almost as soon as it began, which led me to think that some of our on-the-spot reporting might have flown under the radar of those of you who weren't visiting The Reeler, like, every three hours. Our bad -- sorry. So just in case you missed any of the nifty panel and screening dispatches from opening night, closing night and The Tribeca Blog, we thought it couldn't hurt to place a few links here for your convenience. Because you know life is too precious to miss Zak Penn second-guessing Bryan Singer.

April 26: What on Earth: Tribeca Goes Green for Opener
Highlight: Jon Bon Jovi reinvents "Living on a Prayer" as power-folk protest song -- between "Hallelujah" and "Here Comes the Sun," natch.

April 27: American Soldier Doesn't Choose Sides
Highlight: Reporters take down apolitical filmmaker in first Tribeca casualty.

April 28:
Delpy, Dawson and Co. Bring It Home
Highlight: Rosario Dawson gives away the twist in Descent; men run shrieking from the room.

April 28: Is Today the Day For Jolie?
Highlight: Superstar sneaks world premiere into special screening downtown; we called it two months ago.

April 29: Midnight Strikes on Mulberry Street
Highlight: Jim Mickle screens microbudget NYC horror flick for thrilled hometown crowd.

April 30:
Bomb It Won't Be Bombing It in NYC
Highlight: Filmmakers fight the power as city bans forbids legal graffiti demonstration.

May 1: Spider-Mania Sweeps Astoria
Highlight: "Tobey, do you want my underwear? I haven't washed them yet!"

May 4:
Ludacris Live: Bridges on Stereotypes and Star Turns
Highlight: Watch yourselves, Bill O'Reilly and Ozzy Osbourne.

May 4:
My Father, Dark Side Finish on Top at Tribeca
Highlight: Former city sanitation worker John Campo takes home a screenwriting prize.

May 4: Marveling At It All
Highlight: "[Lex Luthor is] going to kill all these people and completely destabilize the world to sell real estate? Wouldn't it just be cheaper to buy real estate and then sell it?" -- Zak Penn on Superman Returns.

May 6: Dern, Min and Co. Break Down Fame Game
Highlight: Evidently, Marilyn Monroe once cried on Bruce Dern's shoulder over Greta Garbo.

May 6: The Gates Close out Tribeca
Highlight: Peter Scarlet and something in his introduction about "a gift from God." I'd say you had to be there, but even that didn't help.

Posted at May 10, 2007 7:39 PM

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