Entertainment Tribeca Film Festival 2016: 'Geezer,' 'Let's Dance: Bowie Down Under' and more music films By Niki Cruz April 11, 2016 3:30 PM 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 music movie, here's what to look out for. Check the full Tribeca screening schedule at tribecafilm.com 'Dreamland' Photo Credit: Benjamin Kasulke First time director Robert Schwartzman has tackled the subject of aspirations and the decisions we make to obtain them. See it: April 14,15, 17 and 19. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Folk Hero & Funny Guy' Photo Credit: Nancy Schreiber A road trip buddy film, that explores the bonds of male friendship between a down on his luck comedian (Alex Karpovsky) and a folk singer (Wyatt Russell). See it: April 16, 17, 21 and 24. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Geezer' Photo Credit: Scott Miller Billie Joe Armstrong plays a complacent husband and father, who on his 40th birthday revisits his past as a singer of a popular punk-band. See it: April 23 and 24. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Bad Rap' Photo Credit: Salima Koroma An Asian rap group is at the center of the documentary which goes inside the lives of four young artists, who are outcasts to their own genre. See it: April 16, 18, 20 and 23. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Let's Dance: Bowie Down Under' Photo Credit: Smoking Bear Productions This short film brings the lost story of David Bowie's "Let's Dance" to life. See it: April 17, 19, 21 and 23. 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. Sports films to see at Tribeca film fest"We Are," which looks at the 2011 Penn State scandal, is among the sports-related films. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.