Here are some of the folks who have generously agreed to take part this year and who will be tweeting from Tribeca through May 2:
Stefanie Azpiazu is VP of production and development at Likely Story, which has "Please Give" screening at Tribeca. Azpiazu is also exec producer on the upcoming comedy "The Extra Man," directed by Shari Springer Berman and Bob Pulcini, based on the Jonathan Ames book.
Matt Dentler is the head of programming for FilmBuff, a VOD distribution channel operated by Cinetic Rights Management. Prior to that, he spent five years producing the SXSW Film Festival.
Jeff Deutchman is acquisitions manager at IFC Entertainment where he has discovered and acquired films including Kim Ji-woon's "The Good, the Bad, the Weird," Don Argott's "The Art of the Steal," Josh and Benny Safdie's "Daddy Longlegs" and Lee Chang-dong's "Secret Sunshine." He is also the "curator," editor and producer of "11/4/08," a participatory doc of footage shot the day Barack Obama was elected.
Eugene Hernandez is a generally optimistic (but sometimes jaded) film fest war veteran who runs indieWIRE, a movie site he co-founded back in '96 (at the age of nine).
Michael Kang is a feature filmmaker currently recovering from a three-year stint in L.A. His film "West 32nd" premiered at Tribeca in 2007. He's currently in post on his latest feature "Tying The Knot" with Illeana Douglas. He serves as a juror for this year's Tribeca All Access Program.
Ingrid Kopp runs Shooting People in the US, and edits the UK Documentary Bulletin. She writes about film, social media and technology.
April Lamb has worked with film director Gary Winick ("13 Going on 30") since 2008. She has worked with him on projects including "Bride Wars" and "Letters to Juliet," which is screening as a gala at Tribeca.
Karina Longworth moved from New York to Los Angeles three months ago to become the film editor at the LA Weekly. She misses you.
Scott Macaulay is the editor of Filmmaker Magazine, and an independent film producer. His credits include "Raising Victor Vargas," "Gummo" and, most recently, "The Good Heart."
The founder of Variance Films, Dylan was previously director of distribution and marketing for ThinkFilm. At Variance, he's released docs including "Until the Light Takes Us" and "Nursery University."
Annie Marter is director of production and acquisitions for Overture Films. She's collaborated on projects including "The Crazies," "Law Abiding Citizen," "The Men Who Stare at Goats," "Sunshine Cleaning" and "The Visitor."
Ian Mohr was most recently VP at MGM-based Goldsmith-Thomas Prods. He was the New York bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter, and subsequently indie film reporter and Box Office Editor for Variety. He's also contributing to the new fest pub The Daily Tribeca.
Jared Moshe is a New York-based producer. His credits include the Independent Spirit Award nominated "Kurt Cobain About a Son," as well as "Destricted," "Low and Behold" and "Beautiful Losers." He is currently in post on "Silver Tongues" and "King of the B's: The Independent Life of Roger Corman."
Hunting Lane Films' Jamie Patricof is the producer of the Tribeca world premiere "Straight Outta L.A." by Ice Cube. Other feature producing credits include "Sugar" and "Half Nelson."
Tom Quinn is SVP of Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing. The company recently picked up the Tribeca closing night film "Freakonomics," and also has Neil Jordan's "Ondine," starring Colin Farrell, screening in the festival.
Sarah is head of development & creative affairs of Edward R. Pressman Film Corp. She has been with Pressman since 2005, and was an associate producer on the 2009 release "Mutant Chronicles," as well as an exec producer on the upcoming "God is My Broker," based on the novel by Christopher Buckley.
Ryan Werner is SVP of marketing & publicity at IFC Films. He has overseen the campaigns of the Academy Award nominated films "In the Loop," "Gomorrah," "Summer Hours," "Antichrist" and "Wordplay." IFC has five films screening in Tribeca: "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," "The Killer Inside Me," "Heartbreaker," "Soul Kitchen" and "Cairo Time."
Tribeca Film Festival Twitter Room [Gawker]