Tribeca Film Festival Goes Virtual

Tribeca Film Festival Goes Virtual
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For the first time, fans of the Tribeca Film Festival will be able to watch the screened films online.

Naresh Kumar
  • 26 april 2010

The Tribeca Film Festival kicked off last week in lower Manhattan with more than 130 films to be screened over 12 days. And for the first time, film aficionados will be able to watch the films online, simultaneously as they are screened at the festival, courtesy of a $45 virtual pass. Not only that, people will be able to virtually participate in live discussions with filmmakers. Tribeca has also launched video-on-demand with an aim at expanding their viewer-base beyond the locales, an experiment first started by South By Southwest last year.

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