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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #48 : Michael Petroni Digs Up Ghosts in 'Backtrack'

    "A lot of my stories tend to be about facing the past and guilt and how we deal with it. I guess it's the repressed Catholic in me."

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    Tribeca Review: Albert Maysles' 'In Transit' is a Fitting End to His Career

    The pioneering cinema verite filmmaker's last movie captures a wide variety of Americans traveling across the country.

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    Meet the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers #47: David Holbrooke Tries to Understand His Father's Legacy in 'The Diplomat'

    "I really want the audience, particularly young people, to take away a sense of how they can be engaged, involved and have their own tangible impact on the world, and maybe even consider diplomacy as a cool and worthy profession."

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    Tribeca Review: Powerful 'Among the Believers' Reveals the Origins of Religious Extremism

    This expose of schools teaching religious extremism in Pakistan is both infuriating and remarkable for the degree of access obtained by the trenchant filmmakers.

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    Academy Award-Winning Costumer Designer Catherine Martin on Working with Husband Baz Luhrmann

    "I didn't want to do flashy musicals like 'Strictly Ballroom.' I wanted to do serious art like Ibsen and Chekhov."

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    Tribeca: Alma Har'el and Shia LaBeouf Premiere Hypnotic Footage From 'LoveTrue'

    “Fuck the fly on the wall. Let’s be the elephant in the room.”

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    Tribeca Review: In 'Come Down Molly,' Motherhood is a Bad Drug Trip

    An unhappy new mother escapes her circumstances for a weekend with the help of psychedelic mushrooms in an uneven but timely sophomore effort from Gregory Kohn.

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    Tribeca Review: James Franco Embraces Masochism in Tone-Deaf 'The Adderall Diaries'

    Committed performances from James Franco, Ed Harris, Amber Heard and Christian Slater can't save this adaptation of the best-selling drugs, sex and writer's block memoir "The Adderall Diaries."

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