The Good Sense Founders have had a personal stake in the Tribeca Film Festival (TFF) since its inaugural year. 14 years and 15 festivals later, we are proud to include them among our flagship clients.


2015 marked a new chapter in the legend of Tribeca, as the Festival christened Spring Studios its new Creative Hub. For this exciting new challenge, Good Sense was tapped to handle design and logistics.

Creators, futurists, coders, and storytellers alike gathered at Spring Studios for an exciting lineup of tech-driven events and interactive installations. Tribeca Talks, Imagination Day, TFI Interactive, a residency by artist-in-residence Chris Milk, the Chanel art gallery, multiple VR Demos on multiple floors, Bombay's Storyscapes installation and other sensory stimulations enhanced an already exciting lineup of parties, screenings, concerts and Awards Ceremonies at the new Creative Hub. 

For Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday, TFF and Lincoln invited chart-topping singers NE-YO, The Killers' Brandon Flowers, Alice Smith, Tony Bennett and Lea DeLaria to Manhattan’s Spring Studios for a grown and sexy evening of Ol' Blue Eyes cover songs.

Meanwhile... uptown at the Beacon Theatre, Mary J. Blige shook the rafters, while the guys from Monty Python got thunderous laughs, following their respective screenings. Downtown at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, the Force was with George Lucas and Stephen Colbert for Tribeca Talks.

In 2015, TFF is bigger than ever and headed fast towards the future.