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    Isabel Lucas Confirms She Is In Terrence Malick's 'Knight of Cups,' Says Film Will Be Out In 2015

    Over the past few months, some of the actors who stopped by the set of Terrence Malick's "Knight Of Cups" have shared their unique experiences working on the movie. Joel Kinnaman described having to deal with a seventeen-page monologue, Cate Blanchett called it a "quasi-religious" experience, Teresa...

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    Tribeca: Why 'The Mindy Project' Star and 'Alex of Venice' Director Chris Messina is the Real Deal

    In the midst of a frenzied 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, with prominent names lighting up the red carpets and filmmaker hopefuls traipsing alongside indie scene stalwarts, it's an incredible feeling when you find the genuine article -- a film that strikes an emotional chord while showcasing under-tapp...

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    Tribeca Review - Big Business And Violent Rebellion Prowl Africa’s Oldest National Park In 'Virunga'

    Tribeca Review - Big Business And Violent Rebellion Prowl Africa’s Oldest National Park In 'Virunga'

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Courteney Cox (Just Before I Go)

    "The biggest challenge was completing the film in 23 days with 41 speaking parts and 19 locations. Also, finding the right balance between the serious human pathos and the boundary-pushing comedy."

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    Tribeca Review: Bizarre German Thriller 'Der Samurai'

    The fear of otherness drives most horror movies, since what we can't explain (or choose not to) also happens to be very, very scary. For the East Germany villagers in "Der Samurai," a truly bizarre, utterly nightmarish horror thriller, they know what's out there: wolves. Wolves stalk the surrounding...

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    Tribeca Review: Stirring Documentary 'Virunga' Will Change Your Perspective On the Crisis in Congo

    The movie works on its own terms even as it functions as a first-rate call to action.

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    4 Highlights from Tribeca Film Festival Cinematographers Masterclass

    We report from "Tribeca Talks Industry: Shooting the Film: An Exploration of Cinematography" at the Tribeca Film Festival.

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    Tribeca Review: ‘Electric Slide’ Starring Jim Sturgess, Isabel Lucas & Chloe Sevigny

    Eddie Dodson (Jim Sturgess) is a dandyish incorrigible playboy. He parties, indulges in blow and comes and goes as he pleases with an insouciant urbane air. And while his chic antique store is a hit in L.A., even attracting local celebrities, Dodson is dead broke. Sleeping with bored and disenfranch...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Glass Chin' Starring Corey Stoll, Billy Crudup & Kelly Lynch

    Bud Gordon coulda been a contendah. They called him “The Saint,” and Bud had it all. But as promising as Bud’s boxing career and talents were, he had an Achilles heel, or rather, a glass chin. So when the glove connected with kisser, Bud went down like a stone. Now, fallen on hard times and living i...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Boulevard' Starring Robin Williams, Kathy Baker And Bob Odenkirk

    In life, things are taken from you. When you experience loss of a spouse or maybe a pet or even an acquaintance, you struggle to grab onto something solid that makes you whole, just as your world is being chipped away. The opening moments of “Boulevard” find Robin Williams' Nolan tending to his bed-...

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