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    Watch: Meet the Men Who Love 'My Little Pony' in Tribeca Trailer for 'A Brony Tale'

    Hodgee Films has released a heartwarming trailer for its upcoming documentary "A Brony Tale," which will be playing at Tribeca this Saturday.

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    Tribeca Exclusive: 'SNL' Players Featured in Stills for Raucous Sports Drama Parody 'Intramural'

    Sports dramas are a dime a dozen: a montage here, an inspirational speech there, and a finale at the Big Game. The genre gets an raucous send-up in "Intramural," and Indiewire has exclusive new stills before its premiere at Tribeca on Sunday.

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    15 Cinematographers Turned Directors

    This weekend, the Johnny Depp-starring “Transcendence” opens in all its technophobic glory, across the nation, and while the reviews, ours included, so far, have ranged from mildly poisonous to all-out toxic, the proof will as ever be in the box office pudding. But not only is it a litmus test for w...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #52: Award-Winning Playwright Adam Rapp Returns to the Screen with 'Loitering With Intent'

    ADAM RAPP is an award-winning playwright, theater director, novelist, and filmmaker. He made his directorial debut in 2005 with the Toronto Film Festival selection "Winter Passing," and followed it up with an adaptation of his play "Blackbird."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Johanna Hamilton (1971)

    "It's a completely improbable story -- they were complete outsiders who trained themselves to be amateur burglars in order to break into an FBI office.... Not only did they manage to pull off a serious heist, but they manage to evade capture despite one of the largest FBI investigations of all time....

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    Attention, College-Age Film Critics: Indiewire and the Film Society of Lincoln Center Could Send You to Switzerland

    If you're at an early stage of your career, want to be a film critic and think you have the right stuff, the Critics Academy is designed for you.

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    The Real-Life Exorcisms Of Latoya Ammons Will Be The Subject Of A Movie. Relativity Options Rights

    The Real-Life Exorcisms Of Latoya Ammons Will Be The Subject Of A Movie. Relativity Options Rights

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    Watch: Trailer For Sergei Loznitsa's Cannes Documentary About Ukrainian Protests 'Maidan'

    You might not know his name, but Ukrainian filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa is no stranger to the Cannes Film Festival. In 2010 he appeared in competition with "My Joy," and returned to the category in 2012 with "In The Fog," picking up the FIPRESCI Prize for his efforts. And now he's back with a project t...

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    WATCH: It's All Hitting the Fan in New Trailer for 'Orange Is the New Black' Season Two

    For those of you who were big fans of Netflix's rollicking women-behind-bars dramedy "Orange Is the New Black," a new full-length trailer is here for the second season, which arrives with all episodes on June 6. As the trailer song cries, the ladies in orange (or beige) are going "into the jungle," ...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Garrett Bradley (Below Dreams)

    "I am fascinated by the reverse migration of young folks graduating college and moving to the South. This migration, which further exposes socio-economic differences in our generation, grows more and more evident in newly established neighborhoods, nightlife and most explicitly, in the workforce."

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