Today’s Tribeca Picks: Antoine & My Last Five Girlfriends

Screening today: Meditations on childhood and adversity and the fragility of love, plus a doc commemorating Stonewall's 40th

Tribeca Film Festival

Antoine: Director Laura Bari tells the real-life tale of a boy who becomes blind - a by-product of being born 100 days premature - and finds beauty and meaning in a world of his own creation in the French-Canadian documentary Antoine. 8PM, AMC Village VII

My Last Five Girlfriends: A thirtysomething bloke looks back at his spate of failed relationships and develops his own theory about why love lives or dies. English director Julian Kemp adapted the screenplay from Alain de Botton's brilliant, bittersweet novel On Love. 9:15 PM, AMC Village VII

Making the Boys: On the 40th anniversary of the history-changing Stonewall riots, Tribeca revisits Making the Boys in the Band, the 1970 film (adapted from the play) about the event; tonight, they hold an in-progress screening of Making the Boys, a documentary featuring many of those originally involved in the film. Doc director Crayton Robey and original screenplay penner Matt Crowley are joined by boldfacers like Michael Musto and Carson Kressley for a post-screening discussion. 4:30PM, SVA Theater

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