|Founded||1989Tribeca, New York City, New York, U.S.in|
|Founders||Robert De Niro|
New York City, New York,
|Products||Film, TV films|
|Divisions||Tribeca Film Festival|
The production company was founded in 1989 at the beginning of a revival of interest in the film production community in filming in New York City. Prior to the 1990s it made more economic sense for production companies to film urban scenes in cities such as Vancouver and Toronto in Canada. Since the founding of Tribeca Productions other production facilities have moved into various neighborhoods in NYC and filming around the city and in the streets has again become commonplace.
In 2003, Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal, and Craig Hatkoff moved Tribeca Productions to become a part of Tribeca Enterprises, which organizes the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival International, Tribeca Cinemas, and Tribeca Film.
|1989||We're No Angels||7800+|
|1991||Cape Fear||Producer (uncredited)|
|The Night We Never Met||Producer (uncredited)|
|A Bronx Tale||Producer|
|1994||Mary Shelley's Frankenstein||Associate producer|
|1997||Wag the Dog||Producer|
|1998||Witness to the Mob||Executive producer|
|2000||The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle||Producer|
|Meet the Parents||Producer|
|2002||About a Boy||Producer|
|Meet the Fockers||Producer|
|2006||The Good Shepherd||Producer|
|2008||What Just Happened||Producer|
|2009||Public Enemies||Executive producer (uncredited)|
|20% Fiction||Executive producer|
|The Undomestic Goddess||Executive producer|
|2012||NYC 22||Executive producer|
|2014||About a Boy||Executive producer|
|2017||The Wizard of Lies||Executive producer|
|2019||When They See Us||Executive producer|
|2020||Artemis Fowl||Executive producer|
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