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    Hot "Child" in the City: Garcia's "Mother" Meets New York

    "I think every actor you talk to about why they wanted to do this project will tell you 'because of the material,'" actress Kerry Washington said of working in Rodrigo Garcia's "Mother and Child." "Because immediately when we read it, we were floored by the gravity of the material and the authentici...

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    Controversy Brewing In Wake of Tribeca Rwanda Doc Debut

    Controversy was stoked ahead of last night's premiere of a doc examining the rehabilitation of a war-torn central African country mired by its recent past, while also implicating a Western power in participating in genocide.

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    Bittersweet Charity: Nicole Holofcener Aims to Provoke and Delight with "Please Give"

    The opening salvo of "Please Give," Nicole Holofcener's latest indie dramady, confronts the viewer with a montage of female breasts - small, large, flabby, old - that, in one darkly ironic stroke, subverts an entire history of how women's bodies have been portrayed in art.

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    Small Screen | Lee, Lumet, and "Zidane" and "Kunstler" Biodocs Come Home

    Two films from some of the world's most prominent living directors debut today on the Criterion Collection. Ang Lee's "Ride with the Devil" package will include commentaries from Lee and screenwriter, James Schamus, and others who worked on the film. On DVD Talk, Thomas Spurlin says, "[Lee's] depi...

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    Tribeca '10 | iPOPping the Festival: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

    The ninth edition of the Tribeca Film Festival is already a week old. Though the event officially kicked off last Wednesday night with the opening night film, "Shrek Forever After" by Mike Mitchell with a star studded "green carpet" outside the Ziegfeld Theater in Midtown Manhattan, festival events ...

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    "Cairo" In New York: Clarkson, Siddiq and Nadda Talk "Time" at Tribeca

    "I'd been to Cairo when I was sixteen and just fell in love with it," "Cairo Time" director Ruba Nadda said during a conversation about the film at the Apple Store SoHo this weekend. "I'd always promised myself that I'd come back and tell a story or make a movie there. And I knew I could try and ca...

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    Spitzer Doc Gains Momentum at Tribeca Fest

    One of the biggest screenings going into this year's Tribeca Film Festival may also be one of the most-buzzed-about going out. Tipped as one of the event's most anticipated films, Alex Gibney's "Untitled Eliot Spitzer Film" didn't disappoint at its Saturday night premiere, hitting all the right note...

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    indieWIRE This Week: Tribeca, Our New Columns and Cannes

    THIS WEEK IN NEWS: The 2010 Tribeca Film Festival got underway on Wednesday, a slew of new iW columns were unveiled and Cannes announced their new lineup.

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    Tribeca '10 | Icelandic Directing Duo Explore Falcon's Role in Geopolitics

    Tribeca will play host the world premiere of "Feathered Cocaine" from Icelandic filmmakers' Thorkell Hardarson and Örn Marino Arnarson. This marks their first English language feature documentary.

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    Tribeca Directors In Their Own Words

    The following is a series of interviews with directors whose films are screening at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.

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