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As we mentioned yesterday, with the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival starting on April 20th, over the next couple of days we’ll be providing updated info and screening dates/times for all the genre films playing at the fest. On tap for today we have two new stills and the schedule for the Dutch film Sint (or Saint).

Synopsis:
St. Niklas, a bishop fallen out of grace, travels in the middle ages with his gang of robbers and thieves through the countryside, raping, plundering and killing. When villagers take the law into their own hands and murder the bloodthirsty bishop and his thugs by setting the ship on which they travel ablaze, Niklas vows revenge. Now every time there is a full moon on December 5th, the date that he died, something that on average takes place every 36 years, St. Niklas and his helpers will rise from the dead and take revenge in a horrible way.

Full of creative yuletide horror, Sint is a fun chiller that follows local teen Frank as he sets out on a bloody, high-energy battle to save Amsterdam from the wrathful “Sinterklaas” and his minions. It’s written and directed by Dick Maas and stars Huub Stapel, Egbert-Jan Weeber, Caro Lenssen, Bert Luppes, and Escha Tanihatu.

Be sure to check out the official Sint website for additional info and then “like” Sint on Facebook. Screening dates/times follow:

-Thursday, April 21st at 9:00 PM at AMC Village VII (66 Third Avenue at 11th Street)
-Saturday, April 23rd 11:59 PM at Clearview Cinemas Chelsea (260 West 23rd Street – between 7th and 8th Avenues)
-Sunday, April 24th at 12:00 Noon at AMC Village VII (66 Third Avenue at 11th Street)
-Wednesday, April 27th at 11:30 PM at AMC Village VII (66 Third Avenue at 11th Street)

The 10th edition of the Tribeca fest will take place from April 20 to May 1 in lower Manhattan. For more info visit the official Tribeca website, and click the below link for tickets to Sint.

Tribeca 2011: New Stills and Screening Info for Sint (Saint)

Tribeca 2011: New Stills and Screening Info for Sint (Saint)

Tribeca 2011: New Stills and Screening Info for Sint (Saint)

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