Entertainment Tribeca Film Festival 2016: 'For the Love of Spock,' 'Equals,' more geeky films to check out By Niki Cruz April 13, 2016 9:09 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The Tribeca Film Festival is known for delighting audiences with unique genre bending films that will please any type of moviegoer. However if you're in the mood for a geeky movie, here's what to look out for. Check the full Tribeca screening schedule at tribecafilm.com 'Here Alone' Photo Credit: Adam McDaid Two groups of survivors are forced to live in the woods, after a virus has ravaged the whole human race. See it: April 15, 16, 17 and 24. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Reality +' Photo Credit: Coralie Fargeat and Philippe Lozano Find out what happens when a chip can turn someone's imperfect body into a perfect physique. The catch is this chip will only last for 12 hours. See it: April 16, 18, 22 and 23. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'The Tunnel' Photo Credit: Nic Osborne A futuristic world is the backdrop for a family, that finds themselves in a terrifying situation while traveling home from a beach. See it: April 16, 18, 22 and 23. More info and times: tribecafilm.com Tribeca Tune In: 'For the Love of Spock' Photo Credit: CBS Even after his death, Leonard Nimoy is still synonymous with his beloved character Spock. In the documentary, fans get to look back at Spock's life and the life of the iconic man who played him. See it: April 16, 18, 22 and 23. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Equals' Photo Credit: A24 A futuristic romance set in a dystopian environment where human emotion is treated as a disease, Silas (Nicholas Hoult) and Nia (Kristen Stewart) begin to feel emotions that they've been taught to repress. See it: April 18, 19 and 21. More info and times: tribecafilm.com By Niki Cruz Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Coffee, booze and food near Tribeca film fest theatersHere's where to refuel. These Tribeca Film Festival events will cost you zero dollarsTry the festival's ReActor, hear Michael Cera talk and much more. 'Geezer' and more music films at TribecaHere's what to look out for. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.