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    Filmmaker Interview: Jonathan Hock Goes to Cuba Tell a Comeback Story in "The Lost Son of Havana"

    Having premiered at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival, Jonathan Hock’s documentary, “The Lost Son of Havana,” is being released this month, exclusively on Amazon VOD. Executively produced by the Farrelly Brothers ("There's Something About Mary"), the film is a portrait of major league baseball legend L...

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    Eugene Hernandez: Cannes Roster Reveals Great Divide

    New York, NY, April 15, 2010 -- Only in Cannes could a Thai filmmaker with a name nearly unpronounceable by Westerners be the director of the buzz title of the upcoming festival. The latest film by Asian auteur Apichatpong Weerasethakul, "Loong Boonmee Raleuk Chaat" (translated as "Uncle Boonmee Who...

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    Tribeca '10 | Deborah Scranton's "Earth Made of Glass" Demystifies Africa

    Rwanda's genocide and one man's choice at vengeance or non-violence is at the center of Deborah Scranton's Tribeca Film Festival World Documentary Feature Competition film, "Earth Made of Glass."

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    Tribeca '10 | Clio Barnard's "The Arbor" Defies Categorization

    Director Clio Barnard turns the lens on late British playwright Andrea Dunbar, who is the focus of her unconventionally shot "The Arbor," screening in Tribeca's World Documentary Feature Competition.

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    Filmmaker Interview: Bette Gordon Digs Into "Handsome Harry"

    They call him “Handsome” Harry Sweeney (Jamey Sheridan). At 52, the Vietnam veteran has kept his rugged good looks. Everyone likes Harry, an electrician by trade who loves to sing - but for some reason he never lets anyone get too close.

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    As 15th Gen Art Fest Closes, "Tanner Hall," "happythankyou" & "Hirosake" Take Top Prizes

    The 15th edition of the Gen Art Film Festival closed out in New York City on Tuesday night with "Tanner Hall," "happythankyoumoreplease" and "The Hirosake Players" among the top winners at the event.

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    15 Films to Watch for on the Cannes Lineup

    While many Stateside insiders are sleeping overnight, organizers of the Cannes Film Festival will unveil the main lineup for their 2010 event tomorrow morning in Paris. Journalists will gather at the Grand Hotel for the late morning announcement in France, paving the way for next month's festival in...

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    Tribeca '10 | From Theatre to Screen: Winters' Narrative Comp Film, "Snap"

    A constant air of mystery pervades the mesmerizing psychological drama "Snap." As Sandra (Aisling O'Sullivan, "The War Zone") divulges her side of the story to a documentary crew, the film flashes back to an incident involving her 15-year-old son, Stephen (Stephen Moran), who abducted a toddler and held him captive in his grandfather's home. We don't know why Stephen took the child, nor what he will do with him--we only see them playing games and watching old home movies. As the film oscillates between Stephen in the past and Sandra in the present, their stories begin to unravel, and soon the puzzle pieces fit together to reveal the full pict...

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    Tribeca '10 | Haunting Love on the Lam: Park Chan-ok's "Paju" (World Narrative Competition)

    In Korean director Park Chan-ok's Tribeca Narrative Competition feature, "Paju," conflict and love are confronted in an urban exile.

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    Tribeca '10 | Art & Tragedy in Willis' Doc Competition Film, "The Woodmans"

    In director C. Scott Willis' Tribeca World Documentary Feature Competition film, "The Woodmans," a family's turn with tragedy and art comes is in the spotlight.

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