Tribeca Short List

A curated movie experience for modernistas by Tribeca Shortlist.

Image: Courtesy of Lionsgate. Mad Men DVD/BD available now.
Image: Courtesy of Lionsgate. Mad Men DVD/BD available now.

This year, we’re thrilled to welcome Tribeca Shortlist to Modernism Week for the first time. From the studio who brought our favorite midcentury ad agency to life, comes a new kind of movie experience for those who are mad about film. This premium on-demand service created by Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises offers cinephiles curated collections from some of today’s most esteemed experts and celebrities. Gone are the days of scrolling and endless searching – instead, start watching award-winning films you can trust that you’ll love.

Modernism Week fans are invited to visit tribecashortlist.com/MadMen to get 3 months of quality movies for just $1 per month for 3 months. And be sure to stop by the Tribeca Shortlist booth at CAMP for Mad Men swag and other surprises!

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In the spirit of Modernism Week, Tribeca Shortlist shared their top picks for films sure to get you in the modernist mood:

February

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Image: © Lions Gate Home Entertainment. All rights reserved.

Beyond the Sea – Kevin Spacey’s passion project about 1950s crooner Bobby Darin.

Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss – A young gay photographer falls in love with a straight waiter in this film that celebrates, in a small way, the golden age.

The Magnificent Seven – A classic western featuring the powerful men of Hollywood: Charles Bronson, Steve McQueen, James Coburn.

The Mechanic – Charles Bronson ignites the screen as a sophisticated assassin.

The Natural – Robert Redford and Glenn Close star in this classic sports film.

The Age of Innocence – Scorsese’s adaptation of Wharton’s Gilded Age novel, featuring Daniel Day Lewis and Michelle Pfeiffer.

March

Image: Billy Wilder/United Artists/Mirish Corporation
Image: Billy Wilder/United Artists/Mirish Corporation

Beyond the Sea – Kevin Spacey’s passion project about 1950s crooner Bobby Darin.

Billy’s Hollywood Screen Kiss – A young gay photographer falls in love with a straight waiter in this film that celebrates, in a small way, the golden age.

Peeping Tom – A young man murders women, using a movie camera to film their dying expressions of terror in this 1960 British thriller/horror film.

The Age of Innocence – Scorsese’s adaptation of Wharton’s Gilded Age novel, featuring Daniel Day Lewis and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Anatomy of a Murder – Directed by Otto Preminger in 1959, this drama tells the story of a riveting murder trial that will have you questioning the truth.

Oliver! – Carol Reed cracks the Dickens code in this splendid Oscar-winning musical.

The Apartment – Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine star in this romantic dramedy filled with lies, laughs, and plenty of love triangles.

Marty – He’s a nice guy, and she’s a nice girl. Could it be love? Find out in this Academy Award-winning film about every day love in Brooklyn.

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