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    Tribeca Film Festival 2014: Virunga

    Thursday, April 17th was a movie lovers candy store. In ONE DAY, the topics ranged from rock stars/Super Duper Alice Cooper, sports/When the Garden Was Eden, fashion/Dior and I,drug deals/the Spike Lee executively produced, Manos Sucias, hot dogs/Famous Nathan,Montana/Fishtail, and finally, a film ...

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    Tribeca Review: If Woody Allen Directed a Vampire Comedy, It Might Resemble Onur Tukel’s Hilarious Urban Satire 'Summer of Blood'

    "You are fundamentally capable of taking anything seriously," he's told, a statement that extends to the movie itself.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Jessica Yu (Misconception)

    "We literally had people asking us to make this film. But then during the research phase, I became fascinated by the disconnect between what I thought I knew and what is actually happening."

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    Your Guide to Everything Latino at Tribeca Film Festival: Movies, Talks & Virtual Reality

    If you are like me (and every other Latino) you are sick of seeing movies where the people that look like us are only maids, janitors, undocumented immigrants or drug dealers. The Latino experience is so much more complex; it spans continents, languages, and cultures. This year’s Tribeca Film Festiv...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Amy Berg (Every Secret Thing)

    "'Every Secret Thing' is a psychological thriller about a small, suburban New York town that must revisit a tragic murder from seven years earlier when a young girl goes missing in broad daylight. The film is important because it examines the gray area -- the why and how things happen."

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    Tribeca Review: 'Life Partners' Starring Gillian Jacobs, Leighton Meester And Adam Brody

    There are two types of intolerable people, and they're both present in “Life Partners.” This comedy depicts a friendship between two grown women, both of whom find themselves shifting in different directions. Responsible Paige (Gillian Jacobs) has a regular 9-to-5 position at a law firm and social g...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Kate Davis (Newburgh Sting)

    "It was very hard to get people from all sides to talk on camera. The prosecutor, several defense attorneys, even family members of the convicted men were afraid to speak out against the FBI, fearing for either their jobs or personal security. "

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Sabine Lubbe Bakker (Ne Me Quitte Pas)

    "Since the friendship between the two protagonists is ruthless, and therefore beautifully honest, I too had to accept we can't always 'fix' things."

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Melissa Johnson (Love in the Time of March Madness)

    "I made 'Love in the Time of March Madness' because it's in my bones, literally. It's a dark comedy about my dating life as a woman who hit 6'4" in 8th grade at 127 pounds with size 12 feet -- and lived to tell about it."

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    The 2014 Indiewire Tribeca Bible: Every Review, Interview and News Item Posted During Run of Festival

    Indiewire is on the scene at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, covering the acquisitions, interviewing the talent and reviewing the hot titles. Indiewire has compiled a list that breaks down all of our extensive coverage. Keep checking back to read the latest interviews, reviews, news and more. The fe...

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