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    Tribeca Review: Sam Waterston and Kristen Stewart Get Philosophical in Tim Blake Nelson's 'Anesthesia'

    Though the cast of "Anesthesia" is often given too much to say, the excellent cast manages to make Tim Blake Nelson's overwrought dialogue somewhat believable.

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    Tribeca: Lake Bell on Going Full-On British for 'Man Up' and Fooling the Film's Crew

    The actress-writer-director also discussed her upcoming directorial outing, penned by Noah Baumbach.

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    Tribeca Review: New York Comedy is Rarely More Scathing Than Onur Tukel's 'Applesauce'

    The writer-director-star of last year's "Summer of Blood" returns with another spot-on urban satire.

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    Tribeca Review: 'A Courtship' Is Christian Matchmaking Gone Awry

    Can a conservative Christian woman protect herself from the pain of romance by outsourcing her dating decisions?

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    Tribeca Review: Richard Gere as You've Never Seen Him Before in 'Franny'

    Fans of Richard Gere will get a welcome treat with "Franny," an unparalleled showcase of the mature actor's intensity.

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    The Biggest Challenges the 2015 Tribeca Filmmakers Faced

    Russian mobs, explosions, Mickey Rourke, cancer and plain old lack of financing plagued the Tribeca filmmakers throughout their productions.

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    Tribeca: Ava DuVernay's 8 Tips to Filmmakers On How to Stay in Control

    The director of "Selma" provided some unique, dare we say therapeutic, perspective on how a filmmaker can go about taking control of his or her destiny during a recent question-answer session, a part of the Tribeca Talks: Director Series.

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    Tribeca Review: Arnold Schwarzenegger Surprises in Zombie Drama 'Maggie'

    Henry Hobson's directorial debut might be the first genuine tearjerker in Schwarzenegger's career.

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    Watch: How Grammy-Winning Rapper Che 'Rhymefest' Smith Turned His Life Into a Piece of History

    "In My Father's House" follows Grammy winning rap artist Che "Rhymfest" Smith on his journey of self-discovery and redemption as he reunites with his homeless father.

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    Tribeca: Amber Heard Is Done Being Hollywood's Sex Object

    The actress didn't hold back when she sat down with Indiewire to discuss her role in the Tribeca Film Festival premiere "When I Live My Over Again" and how it's unlike anything she's been asked to do before.

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