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Doc about famous Internet cats among films streaming for free from Tribeca Film Festival

Evan Dashevsky | April 22, 2013
The Tribeca Film Festival, now in its 11th year, has fast become one of the premier film events in the United States. This year, the festival will hold an online competition that will allow cinephiles around the country to stream selected short and feature films and vote for a winner in each category. All for free.

Farah Goes Bang

Awkward twenty-something Farah Mahtab hits the road with her buddies K.J. and Roopa to stump for John Kerry in the 2004 presidential election, hoping the trip will also be her opportunity to finally shed the long-unwanted virginity that still clings to her despite her best--and most uncomfortable--efforts. Crisscrossing the culturally divided nation at this decisive post-9/11 moment, these multicultural girls find themselves and their politics unwelcome in many parts of the country. They take inspiration from their friendship and press on in their campaign, even as Farah's efforts on both political and sexual fronts are continuously thwarted.

Shorts competition


Two video game characters forge an unlikely romance.


A culinary connoisseur and a chef go on a hunt for a rare animal.

Exit Room

In 2021, an imprisoned journalist faces a government execution. As the executioner nears, he contemplates a desperate escape attempt to return to his young family.

Short Film About Guns

Examine the illegal arms trade and how it functions across the globe through the stories of four experts on arms trafficking. They recount their firsthand experiences with the black market and how the illegal flow of weapons facilitates loss of life and devastation.

Votes will only be tallied through April 24, however films can be viewed through April 28 (but don't wait, as the festival states that each film will only have an "allotted a limited number of screenings").


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