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    Critic's Notebook: Has Tribeca Improved? Yes, Depending Where You Look.

    The filmmakers behind "First Winter" illegally shot a deer. Two of the lead actors from "Una Noche" bailed on their flight into town. These were the big stories of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. Now then: How about the quality of the movies?

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    But He's Such a Good Guy: When Will Tribeca Go To The Prom?

    We all know the criticism leveled at Tribeca each year: It's the event that all the girls really like but never date.

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    Harry Belafonte Doc "Sing Your Song" Opening In The U.K. In June

    The documenatry on the life, career and political activism of Harry Belafonte, Sing Your Song, is making its way across the Big Pond and will open theatrically throughout the U.K. on June 8 though Verve Pictures.

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    Hot Docs Roundup: 'Despite The Gods' Fascinates, 'Beauty Is Embarrassing' Is Heartwarming & 'About Face' A Fun Look At Fashion

    Aussie filmmaker Penny Vozniak's "Lost in La Mancha"-esque documentary “Despite The Gods," following director Jennifer Lynch and her experiences making her third film in India, is a low budget docu-delight. Lynch is the beating, empathic heart of the film, an endearing combination of raw emotional h...

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    Exclusive: The Must-Watch Teaser From Soundtrack Darlings Explosions In The Sky

    We think it's a great tease for the video to come, which will be released next Tuesday. And of course all of this is in advance of Explosions in the Sky's upcoming tour, which starts next month. Enjoy.

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    Gotham's Reckoning: Deconstructing The New Trailer For 'The Dark Knight Rises'

    Nothing is guaranteed to make the internet light up quite the same way as a new trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises," the third and final Batman film from Christopher Nolan, following "Batman Begins" and "The Dark Knight." No one, bar perhaps J.J. Abrams, has proved quite as expert at teasing audienc...

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    Broadway Remake of Hit Indie Musical 'Once' Tops Tony Award Nominations

    The Broadway remake of John Carney's Irish musical about a fleeting and melodious romance between an Irish busker and an immigrant has topped the nomination list for this years Tony Awards.

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    Watch: Even More New Footage In Latest 'Prometheus' Featurette That Asks "Where Do We Come From?"

    Charlize Theron wielding a flame thrower and Michael Fassbender riding a bike and shooting hoops are just some of the new bits and bobs of footage to be found in the latest featurette for Ridley Scott's hugely anticipated "Prometheus."

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    Guest Post: Collaboration, Not Competition

    I’ve always been a woman who liked to think herself in control of her own destiny.  What I found, though, was that in order to collaborate with destiny, I had to collaborate with other women.

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    Criticwire at Tribeca: The Top Films and Performances Poll

    We asked our Criticwire members at Tribeca for the best films and performances from the past two weeks. There wasn't a runaway winner in any category, but we still learned a little bit about the festival.

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