Inside Tribeca: Intimate Portraits of Film Festival Stars

2_America
1_Nikki Reed
3_Max
5_Berenice
6_John
8_Kathy
4_Brian Gabriel Nick
7_Jim
9_Jon Paul
11_Gillian
10_Anton
12_Jason
13_Mary
14_Malcolm
15_Cortney
16_Kulkin
17_Callan Emory
18_Maggie
19_Chris
20_Zoe
21_Zoe L
2_America 1_Nikki Reed 3_Max 5_Berenice 6_John 8_Kathy 4_Brian Gabriel Nick 7_Jim 9_Jon Paul 11_Gillian 10_Anton 12_Jason 13_Mary 14_Malcolm 15_Cortney 16_Kulkin 17_Callan Emory 18_Maggie 19_Chris 20_Zoe 21_Zoe L
By Angel Lenise April 25, 2014
America Ferrera | X/Y
Nikki Reed | Intramural
Max Greenfield | About Alex
Bérénice Marlohe | 5 to 7
John Lithgow | Love Is Strange
Kathy Baker | Boulevard
Brian McElhaney, Gabriel Luna and Nick Kocher | Intramural
Jim Sturgess | Electric Slide
Jon Paul Phillips | X/Y
Gillian Jacobs | Life Partners
Anton Yelchin | The Driftless Area
Jason Ritter | About Alex
Mary Elizabeth Winstead | Alex of Venice
Malcolm Xavier | Glass Chin
Cortney Palm | Zombeavers
Rory Culkin | Gabriel
Callan McAuliffe and Emory Cohen | Beneath the Harvest Sky
Maggie Grace | About Alex
Chris Messina | Alex of Venice
Zoe Kazan | In Your Eyes
Zoe Levin | Palo Alto
We’re used to seeing these stars in action. They’re navigating society while in unconventional relationships—like John Lithgow in Love is Strange—or even reuniting with friends to form a barrier of support—like with Maggie Grace and Max Greenfield in About Alex. But backstage at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, they managed to stand still. Browse through this slideshow for an intimate look at indie film stars like America FerreraChris Messina, and Bérénice Marlohe as they pose for a different type of lens.
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