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    How'd They Shoot That? Here Are the Cameras Used by the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmakers

    In anticipation for the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, we reached out to the directors who will be showing their films at the event this month. While we asked for some personal anecdotes from their shooting experiences, we also wanted to know what camera or cameras these directors used to make their fi...

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    Tribeca Film Festival: Jody Lee Lipes on Directing 'Ballet 422' and Working with Lena Dunham

    Though he has worked as a screenwriter, cinematographer, producer, director and even actor (he had a tiny part in "Tiny Furniture"), Jody Lee Lipes is reluctant to pigeonhole himself. He'd prefer to be known as just a "filmmaker."

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #51: Hans Petter Moland Had 'Fun' in the Cold with 'In Order of Disappearance'

    Norway-born Hans Peter Moland is probably best known for his extensive work with Stellan Skarsgard, from films like "Aberdeen" to "A Somewhat Gentle Man." The two are working together again for "In Order of Disappearance," a chilly story of murder and revenge in the mountains.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #50: Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland Capture 'Björk: Biophilia Live'

    Icelandic and visually striking Björk performs with innovative visuals by designers from around the world, and Nick Fenton and Peter Strickland have captured her presence on-screen. While this is an early work for Fenton, Strickland has been working on screenplays and shorts since 1996.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #49: Marshall Curry Follows Baltimore Native to Libyan Battlefields in 'Point and Shoot'

    Documentary artist Marshall Curry has been producing documentaries both feature-length and for TV since 2005. His latest project "Point and Shoot" tells the story of Matthew VanDyke, a young Baltimore native, who went to Libya to join the rebels who were taking up arms against Gaddafi. While there...

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #48: Johanna Hamilton Worked in Secret on Crime Documentary '1971'

    Johanna Hamilton brought a background full of documentary work and TV production to "1971." Her latest and most intensive project reveals the identities of the eight criminals who pulled off a cryptic and controversial heist in 1971, baffling the FBI until now.

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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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