Entertainment Tribeca Film Festival 2016: 'Mr. Church,' 'The Last Laugh' and more comedian-led films By Niki Cruz April 11, 2016 1:35 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare 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 movie with a comedian taking the head, here's what to look out for. Check the full Tribeca screening schedule at tribecafilm.com 'Don't Think Twice' Photo Credit: Jon Pack Mike Birbiglia, among the most talented individuals on the present-day comedy scene, helms a feature set in a world he knows well: the improv world in New York City. Keegan-Michael Key, Gillian Jacobs and Birbiglia himself are among the stars. See it: April 18, 19, 20. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Dean' Photo Credit: Nate Harrison Rising comedian Demetri Martin is a triple threat in this coming-of-age comedy, about an artist getting through the trials and tribulations of reaching adulthood. See it: April 16, 19 and 20. More info and times: tribecafilm.com Tribeca Tune In: 'Broad City' Photo Credit: Comedy Central "Broad City" is screening dynamic duo Abbi and Ilyana's ridiculous adventures through New York City. See the season finale for season 3 with a conversation with actresses and co-creators Ilana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson.See it: April 17. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'Mr. Church' Photo Credit: Darren Michaels Eddie Murphy stars as Mr. Church, an expert chef turned caregiver, who's tasked in caring after a young aging woman. The two strike up a strong connection, but the daughter's curiosity of Church, threatens their bond. See it: April 22, 23 and 24. More info and times: tribecafilm.com 'The Last Laugh' Photo Credit: Ferne Pearlstein The taboo nature of comedy is examined by comedy's greatest legends. Sarah Silverman, Mel Brooks, Chris Rock, Louis C.K. and more lend a hand to this brutally honest documentary on going "too far" with humor. See it: April 18, 20, 21 and 24. More info and times: tribecafilm.com By Niki Cruz Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic These Tribeca Film Festival events will cost you zero dollarsTry the festival's ReActor, hear Michael Cera talk and much more. Coffee, booze and food near Tribeca film fest theatersHere's where to refuel. Catch these city-set movies at Tribeca There are quite a few set in the five boroughs. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.