The Apple Store in SoHo, is taking part in the Tribeca Film Festival again this year by hosting dozens of free filmmaking events from April 23 to May 1. And everyone’s invited to attend!
Throughout the festival, the film industry’s leading writers, directors, producers, and actors will visit the Apple store to discuss their latest projects. Here’s a look at the highlights from this year’s series. You can find the entire schedule of events at Apple.com.
Director Bryan Goluboff and Actors Ezra Miller and Zoë Kravitz will discuss the teen comedy, Beware the Gonzo. The film stars Ezra Miller as Eddie “Gonzo” Gilman, who is kicked off his school paper by editor Gavin Riley (Jesse McCartney). Bent on revenge, Gonzo starts his own underground newspaper with surprising results.
Friday, April 23, 6:30 p.m.
Director Ruba Nadda and Actor Patricia Clarkson will discuss the drama Cairo Time. In the film, Clarkson plays Juliette, a magazine editor who travels to Cairo to meet her husband for a vacation. When he is unavoidably delayed, he sends his friend Tareq to escort her through the beautiful and exotic city, leading to an unexpected love affair.
Saturday, April 24, 5:00 p.m.
Director Rodrigo García and Actors Kerry Washington and Naomi Watts will talk about their latest, Mother and Child. The film tells the story of three women who have all been profoundly affected by adoption. Naomi Watts and Kerry Washington star in this moving film about forgiveness, the choices we make, the chances we miss, the opportunities we seize, and the unbreakable bond between a mother and child.
Sunday, April 25, 5:00 p.m.
Director Nicole Holofcener and Actors Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt will speak about Please Give, which follows a couple (Catherine Keener and Oliver Platt) patiently waiting for their elderly next-door neighbor to pass away so they can expand their own apartment. But unexpected relationships with the neighbor’s granddaughters (Amanda Peet and Rebecca Hall) complicate their plans.
Monday, April 26, 5:00 p.m.
Ed Burns talks about his new romantic dramedy, Nice Guy Johnny. The film follows Johnny, a baby-faced 24-year-old who’s about to trade his dream job for something that will pay enough to please his fiancée. Enter Uncle Terry (Burns), a womanizer set on instigating an eye-opening fling for his nephew.
Monday, April 26, 6:30 p.m.