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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #47: Phillip Schopper and Keith Patterson Harness the Story in 'All About Ann'

    Phillip Schopper began making films as a child with his parents' 8mm camera. He edited his first feature-length documentary, the much acclaimed music film "Heartworn Highways," in 1976. Through the years he has worked in production or post production on many feature films including "Prince of the Ci...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #46: Ryan Piers Williams Embraced the Imperfections of Making 'X/Y'

    Ryan Piers Williams currently lives in NYC and started making films when he was 12 years old in El Paso, Texas. Upon graduation he worked for Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney on several productions including "Ocean's 12," "Good Night and Good Luck," "The Good German," and "Ocean's 13." He wrote ...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #45: Sam Cullman and Jennifer Grausman Discuss 'Art and Craft'

    Philanthropy, mental health, and art forgery all take center stage in Sam Cullman's and Jennifer Grausman's documentary "Art and Craft." It's not just about money for Mark Landis, the orchestrater of a 30-year con, and this exploration is a multi-layered look beyond art alone.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #44: Lloyd Handwerker Completes 30-Year Project 'Famous Nathan'

    The grandson of the hot dog emporium’s founders Nathan and Ida Handwerker has completed a 30-year project: a documentary about Nathan's Famous, titled "Famous Nathan." Lloyd Handwerker's grandfather died when he was 17, and the 57-year-old Brooklyn filmmaker pieced together his family's history as a...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #43: Orlando Von Einsiedel Goes to Congo for 'Virunga'

    Orlando von Einsiedel is no stranger to documentary-making, having covered everything from the origins of snowboarding to hawkers in Nigeria. But in his own words, he told Indiewire, "I'm just an average guy from south London who'd like to believe that a film can actually make a difference." Einsied...

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    Tribeca: Chelsea Clinton Opens Up About Bringing an NYU Community Together in Short 'Of Many'

    As a college student it's easy to forget how often we segregate ourselves by race, religion and ethnicity. It's not necessarily something done consciously, but our views of the world undoubtedly shape the relationships we hold. In the 34-minute short documentary film "Of Many," directed by NYU Vice ...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #41: Courteney Cox Created a Passion Project in 'Before I Go'

    Courteney Cox of "Friends" and "Cougar Town" is stepping to the other side of the camera for "Just Before I Go," a drama about a man in need of making amends.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #42: Tristan Patterson Goes to 1983 LA for 'Electric Slide'

    Born and raised in Los Angeles, Tristan Patterson talked to Indiewire about "Electric Slide," which tells the story of famous bank robber Eddie Dodson. He's familiar with icon-centered chronicles - his last documentary, "Dragonslayer," followed a local skate legend. Talking about this new project in...

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    Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal Explain Why the Tribeca Film Festival Isn't Going Anywhere

    When the Tribeca Film Festival was launched in 2002, few insiders were more skeptical about its long-term prospects than co-founder Robert De Niro.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #40: Juan Pablo Cadaveira Follows Famous Fighter for 'Maravilla'

    Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Juan Pablo Cadaveira comes from a background of editing narrative, documentaries and commercials. As an editor, he has worked on “Handsome Harry” (Tribeca Film Festival), “History Detectives” (PBS series); and documentary "License to Thrive: Title IX at 35". “Maravil...

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