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    Tribeca Winner 'Zero Motivation' to Screen At The Wassaic Project Film Festival

    The Wassaic Project, an artist-run multidisciplinary arts organization in its seventh year, has today announced the full slate for their 2014 Summer Festival.

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    The Best Films Of 2014 So Far...

    Here's a bold statement: 2014 is looking like a pretty damn good year for movies so far. We've had a few strong ones in a row (2011, 2012 and 2013 were all overflowing with goodness), but a little less than halfway through this year, and the discerning moviegoer has been spoiled with choices. Of cou...

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    Zeitgeist Films Nabs Tribeca Festival Winner 'Zero Motivation'

    Zeitgeist Films has acquired the Israeli comedy, "Zero Motivation," which won the best narrative feature prize at the Tribeca Film Festival, from German sales group The Match Factory.

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    Guest Post: For Female Indie Filmmakers, The Woman-Child Wins: Obvious Child and Zero Motivation

    Though the man-child has been plastered on the big screen, the woman-child rarely makes it up there. Generally peered at through the almighty male gaze, she is either secluded onto an easily toppled romantic pedestal or tossed aside into the supporting category of awkward unsexual female friends.

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    Tribeca Review: Narrative Prize Winner ‘Zero Motivation’ Deserves All The Praise

    Satirical comedies set in the military aren’t aplenty in cinema. Sure you have “M.A.S.H” and “Stripes,” and “Dr. Strangelove” qualifies to some extent (though it’s more of black comedy about war), and “The Last Detail” (which really veers towards drama ultimately), but classics in the genre are far ...

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    “Zero Motivation," Winner of the Nora Ephron Prize and The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature at Tribeca

    The Nora Ephron Prize : Zero Motivation, written and directed by Talya Lavie (Israel). Winner receives $25,000, sponsored by Coach, Inc. The award was given by Delia Ephron, Carol Kane, Natasha Lyonne, and Tanya Wexler along with Stephanie Stahl, Executive Vice President, Marketing and Strategy, Coa...

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    "CHEF", "ZERO MOTIVATION" WALK AWAY WITH TOP PRIZES AT TRIBECA

    "CHEF", "ZERO MOTIVATION" WALK AWAY WITH TOP PRIZES AT TRIBECA

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    Zero Motivation Director Talya Lavie Wins Top Prize at Tribeca

    Lavie also picked up the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, co-presented by Delia Ephron.

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    2014 Tribeca Film Festival Winners Include 'Zero Motivation,' 'Point and Shoot' and more

    The 13th Annual Tribeca Film Festival awarded the winners of its competition categories tonight. Israeli director Talya Lavie's female soldier dark comedy "Zero Motivation" led the pack with two awards: Best Narrative Feature and the Nora Ephron Prize, given to a female writer or director with a dis...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Talya Lavie (Zero Motivation)

    "An administration office could be the most boring place on earth, but a staple-gun in the first act is sure to go off in the third."

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