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    How Tribeca-Winning Director Zachary Treitz Made 'Men Go to Battle,' a Period Film That Feels Strikingly Modern

    First-time feature filmmaker Zachary Treitz stunned the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival with "Men Go to Battle," a DIY period piece like no other. Here's how he pulled it off.

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    Critics Pick the Best Movies at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival

    For director Laura Bispuri, star Alba Rohrwacher and the overall film, "Sworn Virgin" was the most acclaimed title among the members of our Criticwire Network who attended Tribeca 2015.

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    Watch: Realistic Violence Makes Gerard Johnson's 'Hyena' No Laughing Matter

    "Hyena" recently screened at the Tribeca Film Festival and comes to select theaters May 1.

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    Watch: 'The Armor of Light' Tackles the Controversial Relationship Between Guns and Christianity

    This daring documentary was the subject of one of Indiewire and Apple's Tribeca Talks.

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    Tribeca: 'High Maintenance' Creators on Short Filmmaking Opportunities Online

    "Now content's just content, and it's really about how the story affects you."

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    Tribeca Review: 'Dixieland,' With Riley Keough and Faith Hill, Shows Gritty Innards of America's Heartland

    “Dixieland” is an archetypal story made compelling by honest performances but undone by its bold docu-fiction style.

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    Memo to Distributors: Buy These 10 Tribeca Film Festival Movies

    Here are 10 great movies from this year's festival that still haven't found U.S. distribution.

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    Watch: Dianna Agron, Paz de la Huerta and the Cast of 'Bare' Got Down and Dirty to Prepare For Their Roles

    Dianna Agron stars as a small town girl corrupted by another rebellious woman.

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    Tribeca: This First-Time Filmmaker Created a Narrative Film as Authentic as a Documentary

    If you've conveniently forgotten the more troubling moments of your adolescence, "Being 14" will certainly manage to dredge up those uncomfortable memories.

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