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    IFC Midnight Acquires Tribeca Fest Thriller 'Replicas' Starring Selma Blair

    IFC Midnight has acquired all U.S. rights to the thriller “Replicas” from director Jeremy Power Regimbal. The film had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. 

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    Tribeca Launches Film Festival Under the Tuscan Sun

    Teaming with the Tuscan Sun Festival, a classical music and culture festival, Tribeca will be programming a week of film events in Florence, Italy called Tribeca Firenze.

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    But He's Such a Good Guy: When Will Tribeca Go To The Prom?

    We all know the criticism leveled at Tribeca each year: It's the event that all the girls really like but never date.

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    Here is Everything You Need to Know About the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival came to a close on Sunday. Here's all of Indiewire's coverage, in addition to that of our blog network.

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    Here Are 15 Reviews of Tribeca Film Festival Titles

    Indiewire was on the scene at this year's Tribeca Film Festival to grade this some of the most anticipated titles and hidden gems playing at the event. Below find 15 reviews of films that screened at the festival:

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    Tribeca Announces TAA Creative Promise Winners

    The winners for the Tribeca All Access Creative Promise Awards were announced last night. Winners included Jeff Barnaby's "Rhymes for Young Ghouls," while Yoruba Richen's "The New Black" took home the prize for documentary. Each project received $10,000, as well as an or...

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    Juliette Binoche Talks About Her Personal Connection to 'Elles,' Masturbating on Film, and What Scares Her

    It's easy to take Juliette Binoche for granted. Since winning her Oscar back in 1996 for her turn in Anthony Minghella's "The English Patient," the French actress hasn't struck a false note (there's a reason the French press refer to her as 'La Binoche'; the woman is a national treasure) with unc...

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    'War Witch' and 'The World Before Her' Take Top Prizes at 2012 Tribeca Film Festival

    Kim Nguyen's "War Witch" and Lucy Mulloy's "Una Noche" were the big winners of the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival narrative competition, while Nisha Pahuja's "The World Before Her" took the top documentary competition prize at the fest. The winners were announced Thursday night at an awards ceremony at ...

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    Tribeca: 'Cheerful Weather' Star Elizabeth McGovern Talks 'Downton Abbey' and Why She Left America

    In the Tribeca Film Festival Spotlight entry "Cheerful Weather for the Wedding," Academy Award-nominee Elizabeth McGovern plays the matriarch of a upper crust British family in the 20th century who's intent on marrying off her daughter ("Like Crazy" star Felicity Jones) to a ...

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    Tribeca: Chris Colfer Talks His Screenwriting Debut 'Struck By Lightning,' and Explains Why He Didn't Cast His 'Glee' Co-Stars

    Chris Colfer has already proven himself singing, dancing and acting his way into the hearts of fans worldwide in Fox's hit TV show "Glee." On Sunday, Colfer proved himself to be a quadruple threat after world premiering his snappy and ambitious screenwriting debut, "Struck By Lightning," at the Trib...

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