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    'The Rocket,' 'The Kill Team' and 'Broken Circle Breakdown' Top 2013 Tribeca Film Festival Awards

    The 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival presented the winners of its competition categories with awards tonight in New York City.

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    Why Documentary Profiles Should Have Had Their Own Section at Tribeca

    Why not give the documentary profiles their own space to shine? Given that this type of filmmaking can be found among countless new features each year, the festival's programmers may want to consider carving out a better space for them in the next edition. In the meantime, these movies still provide...

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    Exclusive: Justin Long is Smitten With Evan Rachel Wood in Clip from Tribeca Comedy 'A Case of You'

    Among the films having their world premiere at Tribeca this year is Kat Coiro's romantic comedy "A Case of You," which made its debut on Sunday. The film, co-penned by star Justin Long, follows a neurotic hack writer (Long) who embarks on becoming the dream man of a barista named Birdie (Evan Rachel...

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    Tribeca: Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy Reminisce on 18 Years of Jesse and Celine at 'Before Midnight' Panel

    Last Thursday, Richard Linklater's "Before Midnight" had its New York premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Already one of the most lauded and anticipated films of the year after premiering at Sundance, "Midnight" is the third part in the filmmaker's continuing story of Jesse and Celine (Ethan Hawk...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic' Never Gets a Grasp on Its Talented, Controversial Subject

    When Marina Zenovich made her 2008 doc "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired," she had an angle on her subject that gave the film a sense of urgency even though it was centered around events that took place 30 years before. It wasn't a simple profile of Polanski, it was a look at his sexual abuse scan...

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    Why Big Data Is Defining The Film Industry: 5 Things We Learned From Tribeca Talk's 'Big Data and the Movies' Panel

    Ranging from screens as small as your phone to the largest theaters in the nation, the analysis of Big Data, extremely large data sets detailing -- in this case -- how media is consumed, has quickly become a key to decide what media is presented to us. Whether through long planned advertising campa...

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    Whoopi Goldberg Talks Sexuality, Comedy and Crowdfunding at Tribeca Premiere of Directorial Debut 'I've Got Somethin' to Tell You'

    Whoopi Goldberg, already the versatile actress-comedienne-talk-show-host-songwriter-activist, has added a director title to the list of her many talents with the debut of her first documentary "I’ve Got Somethin’ to Tell You," at the currently underway Tribeca Film Festival. The film resurrects Jack...

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    Tribeca: Will Forte on Going Dramatic for 'Run & Jump' and Alexander Payne's Cannes Drama 'Nebraska'

    Comedic actors making a move to more dramatic fare is nothing new. Still, few might have guessed that Will Forte, the "Saturday Night Live" alum best known for the show's film spinoff "MacGruber" and appearances as a cross-dresser in "30 Rock," would join the herd.

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    Tribeca: 'Gasland' Director Josh Fox Clears Up Some Nasty Rumors About Himself and Promises Audiences "Bigger and Better Explosions" In His Sequel

    Josh Fox's 2010 Oscar-nominated documentary "Gasland" compellingly exposed the damaging impact of a form of natural gas drilling called hydraulic fracturing, otherwise known as fracking, on small town America. Framed by Fox's wry perspective, the movie clearly demonstrated how fracking and the oil ...

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    Tribeca: Amy Morton and John Slattery On Shooting 'Bluebird' in Maine For What Felt Like a Decade

    Writer/director Lance Edmand's "Bluebird" was one of the first films to premiere at Tribeca this year, and received a warm response for its stunning cinematography from star indie DP Jody Lee Lipes ("Martha Marcy May Marlene" and fantastic turns from a great group of actors. Leading the ensemble is ...

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