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    Meet the Tribeca Filmmaker #12: Victor Kubicek and Derek Anderson Explore an Individual's Attempt to Fight Injustice in 'In God We Trust'

    Producers Victor Kubicek and Derek Anderson first rose to prominence in 2006 when they co-founded The Halcyon Company and Halcyon Games in 2006, the company that three years later would produce "Terminator Salvation," in addition to 2007's mockumentary "Cook Off." For the follow up to the release of...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmaker #11: Caradog James Returns With His A.I. Fueled Sci-Fi Drama 'Machine'

    Caradog James first began to consider filmmaking while working as a still photographer on sets in West Africa, soon after making a series of short films that screened throughout the festival circuit. His following feature debut, 2008's "Little White Lies," was selected as one of Variety's Top 10 Bri...

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    Meet the Tribeca Filmmakers #10: Meera Menon Creates A Picture of Idealized Youth and Female Friendship in 'Farah Goes Bang'

    After her family immigrated to the U.S. from India in the 1970s, Megan Menon split her time between Indian dance concerts, the mall and filming her friends in the backyard with her father's camcorders. She grew up in a house of artistsand now with "Farah Goes Bang," has finally finished her first fe...

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    Meet the Tribeca Filmmakers #9: Dave Carroll Reveals the Perceptual Limitations of 'Bending Steel'

    Dave Carroll makes his filmmaking debut with the documentary "Bending Steel," which follows Chris Schoeck who overcomes physical, mental and perceptual limitations to prove his superhuman strength. Both Carroll and Schoeck embarked on their dreams late in life, but "Bending Steel" reminds us that it...

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    Tribeca Exclusive: A Woman Loses Her Virginity While Campaigning for Kerry Edwards in 'Farah Goes Bang' Trailer

    In the new indie, "Farah Goes Bang," making its world premiere at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, "Circumstance" star Nikohl Boosheri plays the titular Farah, a woman trying to lose her virginity while on the road campaigning for John Kerry in 2004 with her friends. Farah and her friends K.J. an...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmaker #8: Jacob Kornbluth Makes the Move to Documentaries For Economy Doc 'Inequality For All'

    Jacob Kornbluth's third film marks a dramatic change for the director from his previous two scripted releases "Haiku Tunnel" and "The Best Thief in the World." "Inequality For All" his third feature, is his first documentary and the heavy subject matter, focusing on the widening income gap in Americ...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmaker #7: Kat Coiro Continues Her Hot Streak With Justin Long, Evan Rachel Wood Starring 'A Case of You'

    Even if one hasn't seen any of the films by director Kat Coiro, it's almost impossible to not admire her amazing rise in the past few years, creating two shorts and three features since 2010, beginning with her short "Idiots" and the premiere of her first feature length "L!fe Happens," at the 2011 L...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmaker #6: David Zieff Chronicles the Life of an Extreme Sports Genius in 'McConkey'

    For almost three decades filmmaker David Zieff has been working in various facets of the film industry, with projects as varied as the Independent Spirit Awards Best Documentary winner "Crazy Love," recent Toronto entry "Paul Williams: Still Alive," and the Oscar winning doc "The Cove." All the whil...

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    Meet the 2013 Tribeca Filmmaker #5: Jessica Oreck Explores The Relationships Between Mammals in 'Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys'

    Jessica Oreck waited four years to release the follow-up to her SXSW premiering documentary film "Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo," which traced the cultural ties between insects and Japan's fascination with them. While set far from her previous film's Japanese setting, "Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Co...

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    Exclusive: Heinous War Crimes Examined In Riveting First Trailer for Tribeca Doc 'The Kill Team'

    In 2010, the Army was rocked by the arrest of five American soldiers in Afghanistan who were arrested and charged for murder for reportedly killing Afghan citizens for sport. Longtime documentary cinematographer Dan Krauss ("The Death of Kevin Carter") was on hand to document the fallout and Spc. Ad...

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