Tribeca Film Festival highlights new technologies

This year's Tribeca Film Festival featuring fewer films than previous years. As people change the way they consume media, the industry has had to adapt. Organisers say it is to make way for other types of visual productions.

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    This year's Tribeca Film Festival is featuring fewer films than previous years. As people change the way they consume media, the industry has had to adapt.

    Organisers say it is to make way for other types of visual productions.

    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports from New York City.


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