Robert Altman, actors Warren Beatty and Julie Christie, and the astonishing cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond during the making of Altman's MCCABE & MRS. MILLER, in which Beatty and Christie deliver two of the most indelible performances of their iconic careers. One of the pinnacles of this beloved director's extraordinary oeuvre and the New Hollywood era, Altman's majestic and fascinating western was first released on this day in 1971.
Women face a lot of challenges every day—we have to stand firm in our walk and our intentions—but there are times when that weight feels too heavy, feels like a load that I just can't bear that day. I try to work through that in my art." Happy birthday to the magnificent and ingenious Solange! ✨👑
"Life is short. I think that you find your own way. You have your own rules. You have your own understanding of yourself, and that's what you're going to count on. In the end, it's what feels right to you. Not what your mother told you. Not what some actress told you. Not what anybody else told you, but the still, small voice. Beyond that, I don't know. And it's the not knowing that's the good part. To me, mystery is the most beautiful thing—the fact that you can't figure it out—that's it for me. That's for sure." Happy 70th birthday to Meryl Streep, who has forever changed the art of acting and remains, quite simply, the best! ❤️
For Pride Month this June, we’re celebrating films from the 21st century helmed by LGBTQ+ filmmakers as well as films from this century that are centered around the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals. Here are five of this past week’s selections: 🌈 MOONLIGHT (Barry Jenkins, 2016): With moviemaking as intimate as a whisper and as imposing as waves pounding the sand, Jenkins unfolds one man’s story and invites us to witness his entire world. He didn’t set out to film a milestone in Black queer male representation. But he did. 🌈 KEEP THE LIGHTS ON (Ira Sachs, 2012): The relationship between a documentarian and a lawyer is poisoned and undone by substance abuse in this lived-in, emotionally autobiographical elegy that radiates a sensitivity for the needs of its characters, a trademark of its gifted maker. 🌈 THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (Lisa Cholodenko, 2010): The brilliance of this comedy lies in its wisdom that the sustenance of personal bonds demands not just love but attention. Cholodenko accepts the fluidity of human emotion and desire, crafting a story that is achingly true to life. 🌈 MONSTER (Patty Jenkins, 2003): Instead of treating Aileen Wuornos as a case study, director and star afford her the right to be a person who loved and lost, bore and inflicted brutality. In their hands, Wuornos’ story isn't so much ripped from headlines as wrenched from oblivion. 🌈 PRODIGAL SONS (Kimberly Reed, 2008): With enormous fortitude, Reed strives to mend the gulfs that appear unbreachable—between a woman and her mentally ill brother, past and present selves, the homes we choose and the homes we never really leave—in her unflinching family portrait.
"The boldness and the courage you have when you're first starting gives you the most extraordinary opportunities. It’s so easy to lose it... But if I can stay in that place of bravery and hunger then who knows where I'm gonna go?" Happy birthday to the incomparable Nicole Kidman! 💘
"What's wonderful about being an actress is you don't just live one life—yours—you live many lives." Happy 89th birthday to Gena Rowlands, an extraordinary, groundbreaking, and unequaled acting god who changed the art of screen performance forever! 👑💗
"I believe in a set of values I cannot live by. I set high goals for myself, I seek perfection, dream of exotic, faraway places. But ultimately, what I long for isn't far away at all. It's in my own backyard. Imperfection charms me, familiar things move me... A celebration of what we have, instead of what we long for: that, for me, is glamour." Happy birthday to the spellbinding Isabella Rossellini, still the epitome of glamour!
For Pride Month this June, we’re celebrating films from the 21st century helmed by LGBTQ+ filmmakers as well as films from this century that are centered around the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals. Here are five of this past week’s selections: 🌈 HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH (John Cameron Mitchell, 2001): One of the theater’s most singular characters is brought to kaleidoscopic cinematic life by Mitchell, who dazzles on both sides of the camera. Hedwig, inspired by many but keenly herself, remains a paragon of self-creation. 🌈 HISTORY LESSONS (Barbara Hammer, 2000): Hammer fuses rare footage, modern reenactments, and recontextualized clips into an irreverent, multimedia tapestry of historical revision that reveals and rebuffs the dehumanizing ways in which lesbians were represented in the 20th century. 🌈 THE HOLY GIRL (Lucrecia Martel, 2004): Martel visualizes adolescent female inquisitiveness and devotion with a taut, electric virtuosity that puts this master in a class of her own. As her characters resist and give in to temptation, their world becomes the only one that matters. 🌈 THE HOUSE OF MIRTH (Terence Davies, 2000): Davies’ run of willful screen heroines begins with Edith Wharton’s tragic Lily Bart. The filmmaker’s kinship with Lily, an outsider queered by her refusal to follow society’s dictates, is all the more touching for being so deeply-rooted. 🌈 I DON'T WANT TO SLEEP ALONE (Tsai Ming-liang, 2006): No one works as evocatively with time as Tsai. His static, prolonged shots accumulate lust, intensity, and import as a drifter in Kuala Lumpur magnetizes several people, including a doting, Bangladeshi migrant eager to connect.
Happy Father’s Day from these 10 unforgettable film dads: ❤️ Charlie Chaplin in THE KID (1921) ❤️ Nanook in NANOOK THE NORTH (1922) ❤️ Marlon Brando in THE GODFATHER (1972) ❤️ Paul Winfield in SOUNDER (1972) ❤️ Ryan O'Neal in PAPER MOON (1973) ❤️ Henry G. Sanders in KILLER OF SHEEP (1977) ❤️ Gene Hackman in THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS (2001) ❤️ Lily Franky in SHOPLIFTERS (2018) ❤️ Ryan Gosling in FIRST MAN (2018) ❤️ Colman Domingo ( @KingOfBingo) in IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK (2018)
"I know what I want, I have a goal, an opinion, I have a religion and love. Let me be myself and then I am satisfied. I know that I'm a woman, a woman with inward strength and plenty of courage." Anne Frank, whose dream endures and can never be vanquished, was born on this day in 1929. ❤️
"Success is a terrible thing and a wonderful thing. If you can enjoy it, it's wonderful. If it starts eating away at you... then you're in trouble. Just do what you love. That's all I want to do." Gene Wilder, a genius whose rare and overwhelming talent can never be touched, was born today in 1933. Here is the actor during the making of 1971's WILLY WONKA & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY with co-star Peter Ostrum. ❣️
Don't miss @NYCPride's beautiful celebration of cinema, featuring the films ADAM, DEEP IN VOGUE, and WIG at OutCinema, in partnership with @Newfest and @SVATheatre and running from June 17th to the 19th, in conjunction with #WorldPrideNYC. Opening night kicks off on Monday, June 17th with the New York premiere of ADAM, a highly-anticipated comedy that follows an awkward high schooler who spends the summer of 2006 in New York City with his cool older sister. The East Coast premiere of DEEP IN VOGUE takes center stage on the Tuesday, June 18th edition of OutCinema. Inspired by the 1980s ball scene in New York City, this electrifying documentary celebrates the personal and political stories behind the thriving Northern Vogue ball scene in Manchester, UK. On Wednesday, June 19th, the final night of OutCinema, the @HBO documentary and #Tribeca2019 selection WIG serves plenty of glitz and glamour alongside East Village grit. WIG is a fascinating documentary that explores the origins and the influence of the historic festival Wigstock through rich archival footage. Buy your tickets now to celebrate LGBTQIA+ pride on the big screen! Link in bio. 🌈
For #PrideMonth this June, we’re celebrating films from the 21st century helmed by LGBTQ+ filmmakers as well as films from this century that are centered around the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals. Here are five selections from this past week: 🌈 CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME? (Marielle Heller, 2018): Heller’s film is several things—an acerbic and unromantic study of a singular woman, a buddy comedy with tenderness and trenchancy, and a portrait of a bygone and distinctly queer New York in which everyone is striving to survive. 🌈 LA CAPTIVE (Chantal Akerman, 2000): Akerman’s tale of perverse obsession requires a lot of its viewers, including a readiness to both pay close attention to her unhurried, often clinical images and probe her sly elisions for the female homoeroticism that is hidden in plain sight. 🌈 CAROL (Todd Haynes, 2015): As ravishing and emotionally walloping a romance as any that has ever illumined the screen. Haynes, screenwriter Phyllis Nagy, and two peerless actresses disinter a specific history of women who loved women and refused to hide their love in the shadows. 🌈 CIRCUMSTANCE (Maryam Keshavarz, 2011): Two Iranian girls become besotted with each other and test the limits of rebellion in a modern-day patriarchy in this gripping coming-of-ager, defined by the devastating poignancy of kindred spirits dreaming of a future they may never reach. 🌈 A FANTASTIC WOMAN (Sebastián Lelio, 2017): Lelio’s melodrama proved equally pivotal off-screen—precipitating a watershed moment in the fight for transgender Chileans’ rights—and on, allowing Daniela Vega’s poised and prepossessing star power to act as an added authorial presence.
For #PrideMonth this June, we’re celebrating films from the 21st century helmed by LGBTQ+ filmmakers as well as films from this century that are centered around the experiences of LGBTQ+ individuals. Here are the first five selections: 🌈 APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR (Desiree Akhavan, 2014): Reeling from a brutal breakup, a headstrong Brooklynite struggles to reconcile her duties as a closeted Persian daughter with her true, queer self in Akhavan’s breakthrough, a razor-edged comedy with intervals of aching vulnerability. 🌈 BAD HAIR (Mariana Rondón, 2013): A curly head of hair becomes the unruly terrain on which a battle of wills ensues between a paranoid Venezuelan mother and a curious young child still developing a sense of self in this sharp and boldly unsentimental look at genderqueer evolution. 🌈 BESSIE (Dee Rees, 2015): Aided by Queen Latifah’s knockout star turn, Rees renders the heights and rock bottoms of blues empress Bessie Smith. Her movie honors the nuances of a hard-fought life that flouted social boundaries, whether they be sexual, gendered, racial, or artistic. 🌈 BPM (BEATS PER MINUTE) (Robin Campillo, 2017): As HIV/AIDS swept Paris, the city’s ACT UP branch countered indifferent inaction with passionate protest. By covering every facet of his subjects, Campillo pays ultimate tribute to their fight for life—in all its pains and pleasures. 🌈 BROTHER TO BROTHER (Rodney Evans, 2004): A love story in which a young student and an elder sage connect not on a romantic plane but a spiritual one. Evans ponders the same dilemma that plagues his characters: how does a queer Black artist survive in a world averse to difference?
"There is something that happens when you get emancipated. You approach life differently. You respect yourself more. You respect the gift you have been given." Prince, a singular, once-in-a-lifetime artist, a pioneering rule-breaker, and a king, was born on this day in 1958. 💜
"Surely the day will come when color means nothing more than the skin tone, when religion is seen uniquely as a way to speak one's soul; when birth places have the weight of a throw of the dice and all men are born free, when understanding breeds love and brotherhood." Josephine Baker, beguiling artist and boundary-breaking activist, was born on this day in 1906. ✨🌹👑
Every day of #Pride Month, we're spotlighting important, neglected, and fantastic films made by LGBTQ+ directors from different backgrounds, countries, and industries during the 21st century so far, as well as films from this century that deal directly with the lives of LGBTQ+ characters. Join us in celebrating the works of pioneering, rising, and all-around remarkable artists like Todd Haynes, Chantal Akerman, Desiree Akhavan, Pedro Almodóvar, Yance Ford, Andrew Haigh, Barbara Hammer, Lucrecia Martel, Dee Rees, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and many more! Check out our Twitter for daily selections and check back here on Sundays to see a list of the past week's films. We hope you'll watch and discuss along with us! 🌈
Some moments of work and tenderness between the ultimate filmmaking couple: Agnès Varda, born on this day in 1928, and Jacques Demy, whose shared artistic journey transcends the limits of time. 💕
"I'm just as intrigued by acting as ever. It's an ongoing process. There's no arrival. There's no point at which you say, 'Oh, OK, done it, got it.' It just doesn't happen. And that's true of any creative endeavor." Happy birthday to the astonishing and inspiring Annette Bening, who never fails to dazzle! ✨🌹👑💜
The very best way to experience the 2020 Tribeca Film festival is with ticket packages, on sale now through midnight! Choose your preferred screenings weeks in advance for the movies you want to see. Grab yours now from the link in the profile! // Polaroids of #Tribeca2019 filmmakers, jurors, and performers @Im.AngelaBassett, @HaloLorraine, @MarshaStephanieBlake, @SherylCrow, @ZacEfron and @LilyJCollins, @TheRealDebraMessing, Julius Onah, @MargotRobbie and @MilesJorisPeyrafitte, @DeWandaWise, and @PhillipMYoumans by @Luquense
Is it too early to plan for #Tribeca2020? Nah... The very best way to experience the Tribeca Film Festival is with ticket packages, on sale now through midnight on Monday! Choose your preferred screenings at our 19th annual Festival weeks in advance for the movies you want to see. Click the link in the profile to purchase yours today! // Polaroids of @RexDanger, @Andrea.Bang, @Finn_Cole, @LilyJCollins, @MichaelKirkDouglas, @HimeshJPatel, @PiperPerabo, @OfficialBernadettePeters, Christoph Waltz, and @NaomiWatts by @Luquense
"As a filmmaker‚ when something affects me emotionally I think about it in those terms. It’s my way of dealing with my thoughts‚ my fears, and my hardships. I think the same can be said with any artist." Happy birthday to the fantastic, barrier-breaking Ryan Coogler, whose films only continue to thrill and inspire! 👑
"It takes no compromise to give people their rights... it takes no money to respect the individual. It takes no political deal to give people freedom. It takes no survey to remove repression." Harvey Milk, a fearless and steadfast American hero taken far too soon from this world, was born on this day in 1930. ❤️
"I'm convinced that we Black women possess a special indestructible strength that allows us to not only get down, but to get up, to get through, and to get over." Happy birthday to the wondrous, resilient, and inspiring Janet Jackson! 👑
"A portrait is not a likeness. The moment an emotion or fact is transformed into a photograph it is no longer a fact but an opinion. There is no such thing as inaccuracy in a photograph. All photographs are accurate. None of them is the truth." On Richard Avedon's birthday, here are portraits by the late, brilliant, and singular photographer of Sophia Loren, Louis Armstrong, Marlon Brando and Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, Katharine Hepburn, members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), @BarbraStreisand, Muddy Waters, and Avedon himself. 💛
“When you direct, it is the only time you get to have the world exactly how you want it. My movies are very close to what I set out to do. And I’m super-opinionated about what I do and don’t like.” Happy birthday to Sofia Coppola, one of cinema's brightest and most distinctive voices and visualists! 💕
"Someone might have a germ of talent, but 90 percent of it is discipline and how you practice it, what you do with it. Instinct won't carry you through the entire journey. It's what you do in the moments between inspiration." Happy birthday to the glorious goddess Cate Blanchett!
"It's up to to you to perfect that gift that you've been given. Put your spirit into that song. Focus on the words that you are singing. Get into the experience that you are singing about and sing your heart out." Happy 69th birthday to Stevie Wonder, a singer, star, and king! ✨
✨ For the second consecutive year, remarkable virtual reality selections from #Tribeca2019 #Immersive will be featured in a showcase at @FestivalDeCannes XR for an array of international and industry audiences. If you’re at the Cannes this year, be sure to join us at Marché du Film (@MDF_Cannes) to experience: 🌟 ANOTHER DREAM 🌟 AYAHUASCA 🌟 12 SECONDS OF GUNFIRE: THE TRUE STORY OF A SCHOOL SHOOTING 🌟 ARMONIA 🌟 7 LIVES We can’t wait to see you at #MDF19! ✨
“No matter what happens, if I get pushed down, I’m going to come right back up.” Rest in peace, Doris Day, a legendary star whose wonderful, versatile talent lit up the screen and warmed our hearts for so many years.
Happy Mother's Day from these 19 memorable movie moms: 💐 Laurie Metcalf in LADY BIRD (2017) 💐 Joan Crawford in MILDRED PIERCE (1945) 💐 Claudia McNeil in A RAISIN IN THE SUN (1961) 💐 Liv Ullmann and Ingrid Bergman in AUTUMN SONATA (1978) 💐 @WingerDebra and Shirley MacLaine in TERMS OF ENDEARMENT (1983) 💐 Kaycee Moore and Cora Lee Day in DAUGHTERS OF THE DUST (1991) 💐 Holly Hunter in THE PIANO (1993) 💐 Kieu Chinh, Tsai Chin, Tamlyn Tomita, France Nuyen, Lisa Lu, and Rosalind Chao (pictured with Ming-Na Wen and Lauren Tom) in THE JOY LUCK CLUB (1993) 💐 @RealAlfreWoodard in CROOKLYN (1994) 💐 Carmen Maura and @PenelopeCruzOficial in VOLVER (2006)
"There’s a wealth of stories out there waiting to be told. Before the Time’s Up movement, no one was listening, but now we have their attention, so it’s time to move forward." That's @KimCattrall, one of the many women directors, actors, and storytellers who were in attendance at Tribeca and #CHANEL's women's filmmaker luncheon at #Tribeca2019 this past month. ✨ On this #FemaleFilmmakerFriday, take a look at this annual event that brings together a plethora of talent from across various mediums, industries, and generations to celebrate the women making moves at this year's Festival, as well as the bright future in which women's stories will only continue to take their rightful place at the center. #ThroughHerLens // Photos by Nicholas Hunt and @SeanZanni for @GettyEntertainment
"You'd think acting is something one would grow out of. But you grow into it. The more you do, the more you realize how painfully easy it is to be lousy and how very difficult to be good." Happy 83rd birthday to the great Glenda Jackson, who has given us some of the most indelible and exhilarating film and stage performances of all time. ❤️
Inspired and energized by this year's third annual edition of Tribeca, @TribecaFilmIns, and @ATT's #ATTUntoldStories? Learn more from past finalists Bridget @MurphyStokes, Andres @PerezDuarte, Ani Simon-Kennedy, and Lissette Feliciano about how this annual program is helping to make the film industry more inclusive, ensuring that the world we see on screen is just as diverse as the world we live in.
Throughout #Tribeca2019, our @StellaArtois Theater audiences were ignited by complex stories, whether celebrating a ‘90s film classic or honoring an artist’s rich legacy. Catch clips and full-length Tribeca Talks from some of these definitive Festival moments through the link in our bio! // Photos by @lenanycphoto, Theo Wargo & Monica Schipper for @gettyentertainment, and @rhythmloverevolution
From our inaugural Tribeca Celebrates Pride to the moving documentary ASK DR. RUTH to our 25th anniversary of IN LIVING COLOR, our Marriott Bonvoy Boundless Theater from Chase was filled with celebration and triumph throughout #Tribeca2019. Take a look back at some of our favorite moments! // Photos by @rhythmloverevolution @marisaerinphotography @hiaj & Roy Rochlin for @gettyentertainment
Some more of Corey Nickols' ( @UnicornFightClub) sensational portraits of some of our celebrated #Tribeca2019 guests, like @MargotRobbie, Andrew Ahn, @GbengaAkinnagbe, @CarlyChaikin, @ChaceCrawford, @DanielleMacdonald, @CynthiaENixon, @SarahKateSilverman, Elisabeth Shue, and @StavStrashko, for @GettyEntertainment. 💜
Stay in style, all year round with AKA Hotel Residences, an official partner of #Tribeca2019. Offering spacious accommodations, thoughtfully designed for a week or longer, @stayaka features sophisticated suites, gourmet kitchens, and spectacular hotel-style amenities.
We brought intimate conversations to #Tribeca2019, from Rashida Jones and Hasan Minhaj to Questlove and Boots Riley, diving deep into these individuals’ impact on music, film and TV. Brought to you by @MontefioreHealthSystem, Tribeca Talks: Storytellers put a magnifying lens on the careers of these profound creators. // Photos by @bridgetbadore and @kungfuleigh
Some of the most innovative creators and filmmakers from Guillermo Del Toro, Marielle Heller, and Martin Scorsese took the stage at #Tribeca2019 to discuss their cutting-edge career at our Tribeca Talks: Director Series, brought to you by @Squarespace. Take a look back at some of our favorite talks! // Photos from Dominik Bindl for @gettyentertainment, @georgemckenziejr and @samanthaokazaki
Check out Corey Nickols’ ( @UnicornFightClub) stunning portraits of some of our seriously talented #Tribeca2019 award winners for @GettyEntertainment: 🌟 @PhillipMYoumans, Best U.S. Narrative Feature and Best Cinematography for @BurningCaneFilm 🌟 Haley Bennett ( @HaloLorraine), Best Actress in a U.S. Narrative Feature for @SwallowMovie 🌟 @YourPalBridget Savage Cole and Danielle @KrudyKrudy, Best Screenplay in a U.S. Narrative Feature for BLOW THE MAN DOWN 🌟 Bora Kim, Best International Narrative Feature for HOUSE OF HUMMINGBIRD 🌟 @AtayAliko, Best Actor in an International Narrative Feature for NOAH LAND 🌟 Cenk Ertürk, Best Screenplay in an International Narrative Feature for NOAH LAND 🌟 Ellen Fiske and Ellinor Hallin, Best Documentary Feature Film and the Albert Maysles Award for Best New Documentary Directors for SCHEME BIRDS 🌟 Yang Sun, Best Cinematography in a Documentary Feature Film for @TimeMachineFilm 🌟 Edgar Nito, Best New Narrative Director for THE GASOLINE THIEVES (HUACHICOLERO) 🌟 Rania Attieh, Nora Ephron Award for INITIALS S.G. (INICIALES S.G.)
Last night at #Tribeca2019, we celebrated the 30th anniversary of one of the most sensitive and enduring American coming-of-age movies of all time: Cameron Crowe's SAY ANYTHING... Crowe was joined by @CanyonJim and iconic stars @IoneSkyeLee and @JohnCusack (via Skype from Chicago) to reminisce about making their cinematic touchstone, touching upon everything from the invaluable contributions of the late, great John Mahoney to the fact that, thanks to Cusack himself, we've apparently been mispronouncing Lloyd Dobler's name this whole time. Take a look! ❤️ // Photos by @SylvieTheCamera
Enjoy some more of @UnicornFithClub’s stellar portraits of our talented #Tribeca2019 guests for @GettyEntertainment, including @NLyonne, @SuttonLenore Foster, @SarahGadon, @MissJudyGreer, @KelvHarrJr, Margo Martindale, @TrixieMattel, @JulianneNicholsonOfficial, @LeslieOdomJr, and Simon Pegg. ⚡️
@Questlove and @BootsRiley are two musicians who know their craft inside and out and continue to take risks as storytellers both within the world of music and beyond, whether it be publishing, producing, or filmmaking. Last night at #Tribeca2019, these friends and frontmen for two revolutionary hip-hop collectives sat down for a deep, wide-ranging conversation that covered their early and often politically-influenced inspirations for getting into hip-hop, their major career breakthroughs, and navigating success while staying true to their art. Take a look! ✨ // Photos by @KungFuLeigh
To confront a resurgence of anti-LGBTQ laws, the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus embarked on an unprecedented bus tour in the Deep South, celebrating music, challenging intolerance, and confronting their own coming-out stories. Last night, @GayChorusDeepSouth, David Charles Rodrigues’ ( @Davidas) amazing documentary chronicle of this life-affirming tour, debuted at #Tribeca2019, followed by an incredible performance by the @SFGMC. Take a look at this very emotional and very inspiring night. ✨❤️ // Photos by @Shravyakag
Last night at #Tribeca2019, friends and comedic masterminds @SarahKateSilverman and Mike @Birbigs meditated on their unique storytelling careers in comedy and beyond as part of Tribeca Talks. The versatile Silverman reflected on how the darkness of her atypical and deeply affecting dramatic turn in 2015’s I SMILE BACK was surprisingly hard to shake, revealed that her pal Tig Notaro taught her to appreciate herself and steer clear of the narcissistic habit of self-deprecation, and announced that the long-awaited musical adaptation of her 2010 memoir THE BEDWETTER will arrive on stage within the year at @AtlanticTheater Company. Birbiglia talked about how painfully relatable Martin Scorsese’s underrated 1983 masterpiece THE KING OF COMEDY remains, which caused Silverman to bust out her—how shall we put this?—interesting De Niro impression. We’ll allow it. // Photos by @LenaNYCPhoto
@HBO’s fantastic HIGH MAINTENANCE ( @HelpingYouMaintain) is the rare stoner comedy with depth and heart. Join creators Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld, executive producer @RussellGregory, actors @HeleneYorke and @GaryYesGary Richardson, and @VanityFair TV critic @SoniaSaraiya on Saturday for a free #Tribeca2019 Master Class on the show’s evolution from buzzy web series to beloved small screen sensation. Tickets are available right now through the link in the bio. 📺
Major congratulations to Angela Cheng and Sasie Sealy, the winning directors of Tribeca, @TribecaFilmIns, and @ATT’s second annual edition of #ATTUntoldStories, on the world premiere of their spirited and divinely original comedy LUCKY GRANDMA at #Tribeca2019! Here they are with their collaborators, including the glorious Tsai Chin, who gives a mesmerizing star turn you need to see to believe. ✨ // Photos by @UnicornFightClub for @GettyEntertainment