Festival top brass have announced (19) that individual tickets to all screenings on Film For All Friday on April 25 will be free.

Thirty-five films will screen throughout the day, including festival opener and Nas documentary Time is Illmatic.

Other films scheduled for Film For All Friday include Louie Psihoyos’ work-in-progress documentary, Gia Coppola’s directorial debut Palo Alto, The One I Love starring Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass and Hurricane Sandy documentary This Time Next Year.

From April 14 – 17 audiences will be able to get free tickets to a screening of their choice at all retail locations owner by AT&T in all New York boroughs, including two locations in New Jersey – Hoboken and Edgewater – where tickets will be emailed upon selection to each consumer. 

The 2014 Tribeca Film Festival will take place from April 16-27.