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    Tribeca Film Festival 2012 Now Open for Entries

    The Tribeca Film Festival announced its submissions dates for its narrative, documentary and shorts categories for its 2012 edition of the event. The festival will take place April 18 - 29, 2012 in New York City.

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    Wrapping Tribeca: Hesitant Reasons To Root For the Festival

    There's a simple formula for grousing about the Tribeca Film Festival: Take a few potshots at the tedious 9/11 references embedded in the festival's origin story, point out that the insistence on world premieres comes at the expense of quality, add some examples of how red-carpet glamour buries the ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival '11 | Rounding Up the Coverage

    The 10th Tribeca Film Festival closed over the weekend with the premiere of Edward Burns' "Newlyweds." The festival announced that Michael Collins' doc "Give Up Tomorrow" won the Audience Award, adding to the prize winners handed out last Thursday in which "She Monkeys" and "Bombay Beach" took the f...

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    TRIBECA FUTURES | Kivu Ruhorahoza: The First Rwandan Filmmaker

    Why He's On Our Radar: The first feature film from a Rwandan filmmaker -- ever -- Kivu Ruhorahoza's "Grey Matter" won a warm response at the Tribeca Film Festival, winning both a special jury mention and a best actor prize for star Ramadhan “Shami” Bizimana. The film follows Balthazar (Bizimana), a young African filmmaker on the brink of directing his first project, "The Cycle of the Cockroach." When potential funders for the film insist the themes are too bleak and encourage Balthazar to make a "message" film that raises awareness about gender-based violence or HIV/AIDS instead, he refuses to give up -- even if it drives him to the edge. Ruh...

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    iPOP | This Week on the Scene: Tribeca Edition

    The 10th Tribeca Film Festival rocked Manhattan this week, keeping iPOP busy.

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    Edward Burns says: "I don’t think we’ll ever go back to theatrical." Here's why.

    During indieWIRE and Apple's Meet the Tribeca Filmmaker series, indie stalwart and Tribeca Film Festival vet Edward Burns spoke at the Apple store in Soho to discuss his Tribeca closing-night film "Newlyweds." With a shooting budget of $9,000, Burns latest venture marks his cheape...

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    40 Filmmaker Interviews from This Year's Tribeca Film Festival

    The 2011 Tribeca Film Festival is now in its first full weekend. Get a heads up on this year's crop of filmmakers with 40 interviews indieWIRE published in the two weeks to the launch of the event this past week. Three filmmakers were spotlighted each day in the lead up to the fest's st...

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