Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
First Reviews: 'Hail, Caesar!' Is the Coens at Their Best First Reviews: 'Hail, Caesar!' Is the Coens at Their Best A.O. Scott and Why It's a Critic's Duty to Be Wrong A.O. Scott and Why It's a Critic's Duty to Be Wrong Kristen Wiig's 'AbracaDeborah' Is the Non-Existent Sundance Movie Everyone's Talking About Kristen Wiig's 'AbracaDeborah' Is the Non-Existent Sundance Movie Everyone's Talking About Film Writers Narrowly Escape Tragedy in Sundance Accident Film Writers Narrowly Escape Tragedy in Sundance Accident Is There More to Louis C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' Than Its Surprise Release? Is There More to Louis C.K.'s 'Horace and Pete' Than Its Surprise Release? Natalie Portman's Doomed Western 'Jane Got a Gun' Gets Shot Down by Critics Natalie Portman's Doomed Western 'Jane Got a Gun' Gets Shot Down by Critics New Classics: Greg Mottola's 'Adventureland' New Classics: Greg Mottola's 'Adventureland' 'Manchester by the Sea,' Indiewire's Sundance Critics Poll Winner, Is Part Tragedy, Part Farce 'Manchester by the Sea,' Indiewire's Sundance Critics Poll Winner, Is Part Tragedy, Part Farce Daily Reads: Why the Disney Vault Needs to Go Away, How the Republican Primaries Have Broken 'SNL,' and More Daily Reads: Why the Disney Vault Needs to Go Away, How the Republican Primaries Have Broken 'SNL,' and More The Totally Insane Ending to 'Little Boy' Has Critics Fuming The Totally Insane Ending to 'Little Boy' Has Critics Fuming Daily Reads: The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy, When TV Drama Cover The Iowa Caucus, and More Daily Reads: The 100 Jokes That Shaped Modern Comedy, When TV Drama Cover The Iowa Caucus, and More New Classic: Asghar Farhadi's 'A Separation' New Classic: Asghar Farhadi's 'A Separation' Daily Reads: The 'Hollywood Blackout' Controversy at the 1996 Academy Awards, Everybody's a Critic and That's How it Should Be, and More Daily Reads: The 'Hollywood Blackout' Controversy at the 1996 Academy Awards, Everybody's a Critic and That's How it Should Be, and More Adam Sandler's 'The Ridiculous 6' Is Getting Some of the Year's Most Hilariously Scathing Reviews Adam Sandler's 'The Ridiculous 6' Is Getting Some of the Year's Most Hilariously Scathing Reviews One of the Best Movies of 2015 Is Now Available On Demand. (Also It's 16 Minutes Long.) One of the Best Movies of 2015 Is Now Available On Demand. (Also It's 16 Minutes Long.) Is 'Horace and Pete' Worth $5? And Who's Asking, Anyway? Is 'Horace and Pete' Worth $5? And Who's Asking, Anyway? Could 'The Hateful Eight' Kill Film Instead of Saving It? Could 'The Hateful Eight' Kill Film Instead of Saving It? 'The Gift': A Great Thriller (Almost) Ruined By a Terrible Ending 'The Gift': A Great Thriller (Almost) Ruined By a Terrible Ending Fear of a Black Dingus: Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Fear of a Black Dingus: Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens': Why Rey's Hypercompetence Is a Feature, Not a Bug 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens': Why Rey's Hypercompetence Is a Feature, Not a Bug

Tribeca Film Festival in Your Living Room: Where to Find the 2012 Alumni Online

Photo of Steve Greene By Steve Greene | Criticwire April 19, 2013 at 11:41AM

Here is your handy guide to all 45 of the titles from the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival that are currently available for renting, streaming or online purchase.
0
"Polisse."
"Polisse."

We're over a day and a half into the 2013 edition of the Tribeca Film Festival and for many readers, that means sifting through reviews and feedback from the hundreds of writers who've congregated in New York City to cover the proceedings. But for those who happen to be stuck on the opposite side of the country or those who were unable to make the journey to lower Manhattan, fear not!

While many of this year's titles won't be available for another few weeks or months, there are plenty of offerings from the 2012 festival that you can enjoy instantly from the privacy of your own home (45, to be exact). As Matt explained when we gathered last year's SXSW alumni, many of these films are available in different methods via different services. Whether your preference is renting, purchasing, or streaming, there's a strong chance you can find what works best for your chosen VOD device. 

Unfamiliar with a few of the titles listed below? We've included links to all their film pages in case you're looking for a little guidance in the form of select reviews from the members of the Criticwire Network. (If you've already seen a handful of these, feel free to head over to those individual pages to add your two cents.)

I hope you didn't make other plans this weekend. These may keep you busy for a while.

Films from Tribeca 2012 Available to Watch Right Now

Netflix:
"2 Days in New York," directed by Julie Delpy (film page)
"Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story," directed by Raymond De Felitta (film page)
"Broke," directed by Billy Corben (film page)
"Deadfall," directed by Stefan Ruzowitzky (film page)
"Death of a Superhero," directed by Ian Fitzgibbon (film page)
"Elles," directed by Malgorzata Szumowska (film page)
"First Winter," directed by Benjamin Dickinson (film page)
"Jack & Diane," directed by Bradley Rust Gray (film page)
"Mansome," directed by Morgan Spurlock (film page)
"Polisse," directed by Maiwenn (film page)
"Side by Side," directed by Chris Kenneally (film page)
"Trishna," directed by Michael Winterbottom (film page)
"The Zen of Bennett," directed by Unjoo Moon (film page)

Hulu:
"Headshot," directed by Pen-Ek Ratanaruang (film page)

VOD/Rental:
"As Luck Would Have It," directed by Alex de la Iglesia (film page)
"Ballroom Dancer," directed by Andreas Koefoed and Christian H. Bonke (film page)
"Cheerful Weather for the Wedding," directed by Donald Rice (film page)
"Chicken with Plums," directed by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud (film page)
"Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey," directed by Ramona S. Diaz (film page)
"Eddie: the Sleepwalking Cannibal," directed by Boris Rodriguez (film page)
"Fairhaven," directed by Tom O'Brien (film page)
"The Five-Year Engagement," directed by Nicholas Stoller (film page)
"The Flat," directed by Arnon Goldfinger (film page)
"Freaky Deaky," directed by Charles Matthau (film page)
"Future Weather," directed by Jenny Deller (film page)
"The Giant Mechanical Man," directed by Lee Kirk (film page)
"Graceland," directed by Ron Morales (film page)
"Hysteria," directed by Tanya Wexler (film page)
"In Their Skin," directed by Jeremy Power Regimbal (film page)
"Knife Fight," directed by Bill Guttentag (film page)
"Knuckleball!" directed by Ricki Stern and Anne Sundberg (film page)
"Let Fury Have the Hour," directed by Antonino D'Ambrosio (film page)
"Lola Versus," directed by Daryl Wein (film page)
"Planet of Snail," directed by Yi Seung-jun (film page)
"The Playroom," directed by Julia Dyer (film page)
"Portrait of Wally," directed by Andrew Shea (film page)
"Room 514," directed by Sharon Bar-Ziv (film page)
"The Russian Winter," directed by Petter Ringbom (film page)
"Stand Off," directed by Terry George (film page)
"Town of Runners," directed by Jerry Rothwell (film page)
"War Witch," directed by Kim Nguyen (film page)
"Your Sister's Sister," directed by Lynn Shelton (film page)

Free on YouTube:
"The Fourth Dimension," directed by Harmony Korine (film page)

Online Purchase:
"The Avengers," directed by Joss Whedon (film page)
"Queen: Days of Our Lives," directed by Matt O'Casey (film page)


This article is related to: Tribeca Film Festival, VOD, NetFlix


E-Mail Updates