Category Archives: Video

10-Year-Old DJ Plays Washington Market Park

10-Year-Old DJ Plays Washington Market Park


I saw this on Tribeca Trib Online and I thought I’d share. Ten-year-old DJ Kai Song, rocked the kids in Washington Market Park last month. As a side note, Song performed his first DJ gig at age 3 and has played over 100 venues. Follow your passion, kid. :)


Posted by Jeanine Le Ny


Talented Tribeca Kids

Talented Tribeca Kids



via Tribeca Trib. Some lucky and very young musicians and singers got to shine in the spotlight of City Winery’s professional stage on Feb. 8, 2014, the chosen few from Tribeca’s Church Street School for Music and Art.


Posted by Jeanine Le Ny




Tribeca Music Film Contest

Via Screen Daily: The Tribeca Interactive & Interlude: A Music Film Challenge invites content creators to work with interactive video company Interlude to create a music film for Damon Albarn and other artists. Aloe Blacc and Ellie Goulding are also collaborating on the project, which begins on January 28.

Participants can create film to the following tracks: Heavy Seas Of Love from Albarn’s upcoming solo album, Ticking Bomb by Blacc and Dead In The Water by Goulding.

A jury will select finallists for each of the tracks and they will be aligned with Albarn’s official album campaign on Everyday Roots, Blacc’s Lift Your Spirit and Goulding’s Halcyon Days, respectively.

Winning filmmakers will each receive $10,000 and a trip to the festival. The films will screen at the Tribeca Film Festival, set to run from April 16-27.

Posted by: Jeanine Le Ny


Tribeca Group is Newsworthy!

Well, sort of.  Fox News filmed us having a meeting at Edwards on West Broadway and used it in their piece about  sidewalk cafes and brunch. Can you spot us in the video?





Posted by: Jeanine Le Ny





Look What Your Neighbor is Doing

Have you ever noticed this building on Church, just across from the Tribeca Grand? Every night it illuminates with colorful flashing lights. Turns out it’s the studio of Steven Rand. It’s quirky and fun and if you can’t swing by yourself, have a look at this:




Posted by: Jeanine Le Ny







TFF Top Ten of 2012 Lists

Yes, 2012 is coming to a close and I am feeling a bit nostalgic. Let’s look back at the year in film, shall we?


Click here to get the Tribeca Film Festival staff’s take on the best of the best of 2012:


* The 10 Best Documentaries * 10 Amazing YouTube Videos * 10 Best Mid-Life-Crisis Films * 10 Films That Predicted the End of the World * 10 Films That You Should Not Watch With Your Family Under Any Circumstances.


TFF is less than 3 months away!  Yippee!



posted by: Jeanine Le Ny



Coming Up: Open Studios, the Titanic, and Isabella Rossellini


“Kansas is pleased to presentLost in America, a solo exhibition of new work by Sylvan Lionni.

“Join Mario the Magician for an uplifting, inventive, and highly interactive magical performance for the young and young-at-heart! Part retro, part rock and roll, Mario is an artist and inventor who creates his own props. Mario’s old world looks and physical comedy style are reminiscent of his heroes, Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, but he puts a thoroughly modern spin on everything he does.” At Space on White; also May 27, June 17, and July 22.

and more from: Tribeca Citizen:3/24/12 • Arts & Culture, Events, Kids  -KM


Stupid Human Tricks Come to Tribeca

What? You say you’ve never seen a guy use a blowgun and a mousetrap to eat a marshmallow?  Then you must go see STUNT LAB at the Canal Park Playhouse.


Visit the wacky laboratory of the cool yo-yo guy (Mark Hayward) and the goofy contortionist (Jonathan Burns) as they seriously scientifically attempt to discover how to be the best at useless skills no one else would or should attempt. Watch this funny pair pursue “The Greatest Stunt of All time” and break a world record in every show . . . they hope.


Bring a kid or the kid you are. Ages 5 to 105.


Where:  Canal Park Playhouse, 508 Canal Street, New York, NY  10013.

When:   March 10 – April 14, Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 PM & 4:00 PM.

Cost:     Tickets are $20.00.


— Jeanine LeNy


TriBeCa Gal Creates HBO Original Series

Premiering on April 15 and touted as the Sex and the City for today’s 20-somethings, Girls, is already getting a great amount of hype.


Created, written, directed by, and starring Lena Dunhamwho is the daughter of Tribeca-based artists Laurie Simmons and Carroll DunhamGirls follows the lives of three post-graduates who are trying figuring out the delicate and often funny intricacies of friendship, love, and work in today’s world.  — Jeanine LeNy



Daily Candy’s Top Picks for TriBeCa Film Festival

No clue which movies to see during the TriBeCa Film festival?

Not to worry. Daily Candy has made it easy for us.

Start here!


–Jeanine LeNy