The Tribeca Film Festival Wrap-Up: See the Parties!
The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival has come to a close! Bryce Dallas Howard and Ari Graynor helped finish out the 11-day-long festivities by toasting to their peers at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Women’s Filmmaker Brunch, held at Company 3 in New York City. The event also marked the first time the Annual Nora Ephron Prize was given out, which is a $25,000 grant awarded to a woman whose work embodies the spirit of the late author. First-time writer and director Meera Menon took home the honor for her work on Farah Goes Bang, a film about an awkward twenty-something girl who travels with friends to stump John Kerry’s 2004 campaign. Click the photo to see more from the festival's biggest moments.
Bryce Dallas Howard and Ari Graynor
Bryce Dallas Howard and Ari Graynor toasted women in film at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Women’s Filmmaker Brunch, held at Company 3 in New York City. The festivities also honored first-time writer and director Meera Menon with the inaugural Nora Ephron prize.
Zac Efron, Heather Graham, and Dennis Quaid
Heather Graham (in Stella McCartney) squeezes between her two hunky co-stars, Zac Efron and Dennis Quaid, at the premiere of their film At Any Price. Efron plays Dean in the film, an aspiring racecar driver who goes against the career wishes of his father, played by Quaid.
Matthew Bellamy and Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson (in Jenny Packham) and her rocker fiancé Matthew Bellamy walked the red carpet at the festival for Hudson's latest project The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Hudson plays a photographer named Erica in the film, who falls in love with a Wall Street analyst-turned-professor.
Naomi Watts and Matt Dillon
On-screen love interests Naomi Watts (in Alexander McQueen) and Matt Dillon posed together on the red carpet to promote their new film, Sunlight Jr, which highlights the often bleak circumstances of the working class.
Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi showed her support for New York City's filmmakers by attending the premiere of Sunlight Jr.
Rosario Dawson and Jack Huston
Rosario Dawson and Jack Huston stopped by the In God We Trust after party held on the rooftop of the Gramercy Park Hotel in New York City. The movie follows the story of what happened to Bernie Madoff's secretary after the financial collapse of 2008-and what she found out.
Felicity Huffman and Amanda Peet
Felicity Huffman and Amanda Peet (in Band of Outsiders) screened their new film Trust Me, a dark comedy about the world of child stars.
Busy Philipps, Kat Coiro, and Evan Rachel Wood
Baby bumps were on full display at the world premiere of A Case of You! The stars of the film, Busy Philipps and Evan Rachel Wood (in Dolce & Gabbana), stood alongside their director Kat Coiro, who's also pregnant. The film follows Justin Long's character Sam and his nontraditional approach to claiming the heart of Birdie, played by Wood.
Taraji P. Henson
Taraji P. Henson lent her support for Tribeca Teaches, an organization that offers support for students and teachers to explore filmmaking through both theory and practice.
Penn Badgley and Imogen Poots
Penn Badgley and Imogen Poots, co-stars in the film Greetings from Tim Buckley, visited the Tribeca Film Festival portrait studio to promote the movie, which chronicles the events leading up to Jeff Buckley's tribute concert for his father.
Olivia Wilde and Karolina Kurkova
Olivia Wilde (in A.L.C.) and Karolina Kurkova (in Blumarine) attended the For the Love of Cinema event, an annual dinner thrown in honor of filmmakers, hosted by Swiss watch company IWC Schaffhausen at Donna Karan's Urban Zen Loft.
Penn Badgley and Justin Long
Former Gossip Girl actor, Penn Badgley and Justin Long were also on hand to celebrate filmmakers at the For the Love of Cinema dinner, which concluded with a performance by R&B musician, Aloe Blacc.
Zac Posen and Andrea Riseborough
Magnum Ice Cream launched its new a vanilla and salted caramel ice cream bar Magnum GOLD?! by creating a short film As Good as Gold, which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival. Designer Zac Posen hand-crafted a one-of-a-kind gown made with 24-karat gold thread to be featured in the movie, and celebrated his accomplishment with Andrea Riseborough at the Tribeca premiere. "What I took away from the ice cream was sort of the personal self-pleasure, the enjoyment, the happiness it brings. The movement of melting ice cream and gold and the richness of it," Posen told InStyle.com. "Plus, it’s fun to work with such a rare luxurious material!"
Eva Longoria and Dean Winters
Eva Longoria, who is one of the judges at this year's festival, joined Mr. Mayhem Dean Winters and more at the Tribeca Grill Loft for the Juror Welcome Lunch.
Josh and Jessica Lucas
Josh Lucas and his wife Jessica were all smiles at the film festival's opening night after-party, held at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. The evening was dedicated to the Boston bombing victims.