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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Moviefone Returns, Top Indies in iTunes and More

    Moviefone returns, Tribeca Film Festival on VOD, top indies in iTunes and more of today's top tech news for filmmakers (and film fans).

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    Love & Engineering - The Scientific Method for Romance

    In an effort to help other men like him whose careers in the stoic world of engineering have hinder their social skills preventing them from successfully finding a partner, Atanas Boev, a Bulgarian 3D engineer living in Finland, sets up a romance workshop of sorts. Boev’s quirky field experiments an...

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    Kevin Spacey Q & A: 'House of Cards' Wouldn't Exist Without Richard III, Focus of Self-Released Doc (VIDEO)

    It's easy to assume that a documentary financed and self-released by Kevin Spacey will be a vanity project. Especially the Tribeca Film Festival world premiere "NOW in the Wings on a World Stage," now streaming, which follows the head of the Old Vic around the world as he stars in 200 performances o...

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    Tribeca Interview: Billy Crudup Compares 'Glass Chin' To 'Watchmen,' Wants Role In 'Star Wars 7'

    One of the absolute highlights of this year's unusually robust Tribeca Film Festival was Noah Buschel's "Glass Chin" (read our review here). It's the tale of a down on his luck former boxer named Bud (played by Corey Stoll) who gets seduced by the criminal underworld. And there's no one more seducti...

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    Tribeca Review: ‘Art And Craft’ Is An Empathetic View Of Talent, Artistic Obsession & Mental Illness

    In the art world, the name Mark Landis causes instant inflammation and or apoplectic emotional responses. One of the most prolific art forgers in the United States, Landis has duped art galleries across the entire country posing as an affluent philanthropist and art patron wishing to donate rare wor...

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    Tribeca Review: Keith Miller’s ‘Five Star’ Is An Authentic & Affecting Urban Drama

    Like a highly-rated Michelin restaurant, Primo is par excellence. A “five star” member of the Bloods in Fort Green, Brooklyn, Primo is akin to an Italian mobster’s made-man status; he’s untouchable. His word is bond. So when local teenager John’s absent father is killed by a stray bullet in the stre...

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    Tribeca Review: Genre-Bending Comedy 'The Kidnapping Of Michel Houellebecq'

    In 2011, acclaimed novelist Michel Houellebecq disappeared. Given his politically conservative leanings and his often argumentative and incendiary prose, theories circulated about his life being threatened and in jeopardy. Houellebecq eventually surfaced of his own volition, but there is now a film ...

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    Michael Douglas Talks to 'Supermensch' Shep Gordon at the Tribeca Film Festival

    You may only know Shep Gordon as Alice Cooper’s manager and the executive producer of his TV movies, but after "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon" you’ll most likely remember him as the guy who got punched by Janice Joplin, shared a cat with Cary Grant, brewed tea for the Dalai Lama, and partie...

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    Tribeca: Alex Gibney's James Brown Documentary 'Mr. Dynamite' Is Unfinished, But We Got an Early Look. Here's the First Verdict

    A movie about the Hardest Working Man in Show Business, made by the Hardest Working Man in Documentaries.

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    Tribeca Review: Narrative Prize Winner ‘Zero Motivation’ Deserves All The Praise

    Satirical comedies set in the military aren’t aplenty in cinema. Sure you have “M.A.S.H” and “Stripes,” and “Dr. Strangelove” qualifies to some extent (though it’s more of black comedy about war), and “The Last Detail” (which really veers towards drama ultimately), but classics in the genre are far ...

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