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    TFI Interactive Lineup To Highlight New Forms of Storytelling and Interactivity

    With the world of digital storytelling becoming all the more prominent in the film world, the Tribeca Film Institute has delved into the exploration of its increasing possibilities through its annual TFI Interactive event. Today the organization has announced the dynamic new program for the third an...

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    Oscilloscope Acquires 'Art And Craft' Ahead of Tribeca World Premiere

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has acquired the North American rights to "Art And Craft," a documentary with crime-caper undertones from Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman. The film will have its world premiere at next month's Tribeca Film Festival, with Oscilloscope planning a theatrical release in late ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival Adds James Brown and Björk Documentaries to Their 2014 Lineup

    Keeping up with a musical theme, the Tribeca Film Festival has just added the work-in-progress James Brown documentary as well as "Björk: Biophilia Live" to their 2014 lineup. Tribeca also announced that Nas will perform onstage following the opening night premiere of his film "Life is Illmatic."

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    Tribeca Enterprises Sells 50% to Madison Square Garden: What Does It Mean for Tribeca Film Festival?

    Tribeca Enterprises will sell a 50% stake to the Madison Square Garden Company. What does this mean for The Tribeca Film Festival?

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    Tribeca Film Festival to Close With 'Begin Again,' Formerly Known As 'Can a Song Save Your Life?'

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced today that they will be closing this year's event with John Carney's musical comedy "Begin Again" on April 26. The film stars Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Hailee Steinfeild, Catherine Keener, and Adam Levine.

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    Get Your Free Movies: Tribeca Film Festival To Offer 35 Free Screenings

    For the first time ever, the Tribeca Film festival will screen 35 films, free of charge. On April 25th, under the moniker "Film For All Friday," individual tickets to all screenings will be complimentary.

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    Tribeca Announces All Star Lineup for 2014 Tribeca Talks Series; Kevin Spacey, Aaron Sorkin, and Lee Daniels On Tap

    Today, the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival announced its lineup for the 2014 Tribeca Talks and Tribeca Innovation Week’s Future of Film series.

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Tribeca Viewpoints Opener 'Summer of Blood,' Starring Alex Karpovsky

    Opening this year's Viewpoints section at the Tribeca Film Festival is Onur Tukel's sure to be oddball dark comedy "Summer of Blood." Indiewire has the exclusive trailer.

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    Jason Schwartzman, Matt Wolf and Jon Savage Discuss Their Epic 'Teenage' Undertaking

    Based on British author Jon Savage's punk history novel, Matt Wolf's "living collage" of a documentary, "Teenage," aims to tell the story of the formulative of years of youth culture. The doc, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and opens this Friday via Oscilloscope, presents a bounty of r...

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    Tribeca Film Festival Reveals Short Film Lineup for 2014 Edition

    A week after revealing their full feature film lineup, the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival today announced its lineup of 58 short films, 29 of which are world premieres. The selections were curated from a whopping 3,074 submissions. The chosen shorts come from a total of 16 countries, including Australia...

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