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    Watch Writer/Executive Producer Joss Whedon's Latest, Tribeca Entry 'In Your Eyes,' Now

    On Easter Sunday at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, Bellwether Pictures' Joss Whedon and Kai Cole made an unexpected announcement after premiering their latest production "In Your Eyes." Directed by Brin Hill and written by Whedon, this metaphysical romance is now available to download instan...

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    Tribeca Review: Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini's 'Mala Mala' Is a Wonderful Documentary About The Trans Community In Puerto Rico

    “You are your essence,” says Samantha, one of the subjects of “Mala Mala,” a wonderful documentary about the trans community in Puerto Rico. Samantha continues to explain that who or what she appears to be on the outside is not necessarily reflective of who she is on the inside, and adds, with poign...

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    Your Guide to Everything Latino at Tribeca Film Festival: Movies, Talks & Virtual Reality

    If you are like me (and every other Latino) you are sick of seeing movies where the people that look like us are only maids, janitors, undocumented immigrants or drug dealers. The Latino experience is so much more complex; it spans continents, languages, and cultures. This year’s Tribeca Film Festiv...

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    Watch: Emma Roberts Brings James Franco's Prose to Life in New 'Palo Alto' Trailer

    Coming-of-age flicks are a dime a dozen, so you'd be forgiven for writing off Gia Coppola's debut "Palo Alto" as a wash. But judging by this promising new trailer and stellar reviews since it first premiered at last year's Telluride Film Festival, "Palo Alto" seems fresh, despite its familiar premis...

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    Tribeca Film Institute Awards Ten Grants to Underrepresented Filmmakers

    The Tribeca Film Institute today announced ten promising new film projects selected for the 11th annual Tribeca All Access (TAA) program. The TAA program bolsters filmmakers from underrepresented communities, granting each project $15,000 along with year-round support, guidance, and resources to hel...

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    Rotterdam Panel: Creative Co-Funding of Indie Films, from Tribeca to Kickstarter (UPDATED)

    Funding and financing an independent film takes almost as much creativity as making the film, according to a panel of representatives from The Tribeca Film Fund, Kickstarter and Cinereach. Filmmakers from outside the U.S. -- especially those in Europe -- benefit from government support and co-produc...

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    2014 TFI Documentary Fund Grantees Include Nelson George's Misty Copeland Doc & Others

    2014 TFI Documentary Fund Grantees Include Nelson George's Misty Copeland Doc & Others

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    Watch: Rowdy Trailer for Bryan Poyser's SXSW Comedy 'Love & Air Sex,' Previously Titled 'The Bounceback'

    The SXSW premiere of director Bryan Poyser's "Love & Air Sex" has certainly given the romantic comedy the boost it deserves. Teaming up with co-writers David DeGrow Shotwell and Steven Walters to create his third feature film, Poyser takes us on a wild and crazy journey that showcases the unstoppabl...

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    Tribeca Film Acquires Bryan Poyser's 'Love & Air Sex,' Previously Titled 'The Bounceback,' Plans 10-Day Air Sex Competition

    Tribeca Film has acquired Bryan Poyser's "Love & Air Sex," previously titled "The Bounceback," which premiered last March at the SXSW Film Festival. The company plans to release the film on February 4 on VOD followed by a theatrical release on February 7.

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    How to Make a Movie in 48 Hours With a Group of Strangers

    Kino is a film movement which is also known as "express filmmaking," in which participants collaborate to create short films in short periods of time. In addition to being a film movement, Kino is also a social movement.

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