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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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    FUTURES | "Children of Invention" Producer Mynette Louie

    There's been a lot of talk over the past year about the changing face of film distribution. Maybe too much talk? Not for indie producer Mynette Louie who has been a part of numerous conversations on the topic. She has offered advice to filmmakers and producers on various panels and she's also fielde...

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    Aspen Shorts: Finding God and Other Revelations from Aspen Shortsfest 2010

    Move over, Morgan Freeman. There's a new actor taking over the role of God, and his name is David Wenham. Wenham portrays the Almighty as a tie-wearing office worker in Frazer Bailey's irresistible Australian short "Glenn Owen Dodds," which picked up the Audience Favorite Award at the 2010 Aspen Sho...

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    In the Works: “Detroit” Hustlers, Misfit Wanderer, Single Moms, Immigrant's Return & WWII Sci-Fi

    iW begins this week's production column, 'In the Works', by talking with Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady – the makers of acclaimed documentaries “Jesus Camp” and “12th and Delaware” – about their new project, “Detroit Hustles Harder,” then profile a few upcoming films featured on crowd-funding websites...

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    Tribeca '10 | "Budrus" Director Julia Bacha's Appeals to Widest Audience

    What would you do if someone took what was yours? At the border between Israel and the Palestinian territories, the Israeli government is building a separation wall that snakes through several Palestinian villages. Budrus, population 1,500, stands to lose 300 acres and 3,000 of the olive trees that ...

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    Tribeca '10 | "William Vincent" Dictates the Direction for Jay Anania

    Jay Anania sculpts a quiet and powerful tale about a man who finds himself living in the in-between. William Vincent—played by the talented James Franco, whose performance saturates the screen—coolly embraces his second chance at life by spending his days eating alone in restaurants and editing nature videos in a small storefront apartment in lower Manhattan. He relishes in living on the fringe, unnoticed and in the obscurity of the everyday, stepping out on occasion to pickpocket a bourgeois businessman or defend a poor waitress. The concrete landscape provides perfect camouflage as he walks the path to becoming a reluctant criminal. But whe...

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    Replicating a Nightmare: "Pornography" Director David Kittredge

    After screenings at Newfest, Frameline and Outfest, David Kittredge's "Pornography: A Thriller" opens at the Cinema Village in New York this weekend. The film depicts a gay porn star's mysterious disappearance, which becomes an obsession for both a writer and another adult film star, leading them in...

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