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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Sheila Canavan (Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank)

    "Introducing a young, idealistic 13-year-old growing up in Bayonne, New Jersey, and inspired by Eleanor Roosevelt and Allard Lowenstein, the film takes us through his improbable and painful journey as a lonely, closeted man to an authentic life as the first openly gay and married Congressperson."

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    Tribeca: 'The Wire' Creator David Simon on the Show No One Will Let Him Make & 10 Other Highlights From 'Stories By Numbers' Panel

    At the Tribeca talk "Stories By Numbers," David Simon and Beau Willimon were joined by FiveThirty Eight founder Nate Silver and Thompson On Hollywood's Anne Thompson to discuss the role of data in stories, and it made for one of the most talkative, informative and entertaining panels at this year's ...

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    Review: Tribeca-Winner 'Zero Motivation' Is Israel's Answer to 'MASH' — With More Women

    A softly humorous and sad story about the frustrations of young Israeli women thrust into the military complex who air their grievances with snark.

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    Tribeca Review: 'Dior And I' Brings World Of Haute Couture Down To Earth

    You know all those red carpet gala events where celebrities wear clothes that cost more than the average mortgage, and entertainment reporters ask them “...and who are you wearing!?” Other than those among us who are specifically interested in the world of fashion, it's the question that signals our...

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    Zero Motivation Director Talya Lavie Wins Top Prize at Tribeca

    Lavie also picked up the second annual Nora Ephron Prize, co-presented by Delia Ephron.

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Farihah Zaman (This Time Next Year)

    "It was particularly challenging working with teenagers. I had this notion that hey, I'm pretty young, I'm sort of cool, they'll just accept me into the fold. No, absolutely not. They sniffed out my advanced age and attendant lameness immediately -- I felt like Drew Barrymore in 'Never Been Kissed.'...

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    'Bright Days Ahead' Star Fanny Ardant on Never Slowing Down: 'I never think of life in terms of holidays'

    Like many of her middle-aged French peers (Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche, Charlotte Rampling, Isabelle Huppert, and co.), Fanny Ardant remains an in-demand talent across the pond. Whereas in America, actresses over 50 are often delegated to playing the doting mom (if they're offered anything a...

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    2014 Tribeca Film Festival Winners Include 'Zero Motivation,' 'Point and Shoot' and more

    The 13th Annual Tribeca Film Festival awarded the winners of its competition categories tonight. Israeli director Talya Lavie's female soldier dark comedy "Zero Motivation" led the pack with two awards: Best Narrative Feature and the Nora Ephron Prize, given to a female writer or director with a dis...

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    Five Minutes With a Very Busy Corey Stoll at the Tribeca Film Festival

    Corey Stoll is a busy man these days. Lucky for us, he managed to find a few minutes to discuss his latest film "Glass Chin," which costars Billy Crudup and is currently in competition at the Tribeca Film Festival. Modest but powerful, the film is a great showcase for Stoll’s understated, effective ...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Intramural' Starring Jake Lacy, Kate McKinnon, Beck Bennett And Nikki Reed

    There's dumb, there's dumber, and then there's “Intramural," a good-time jerkoff fest that should appeal primarily to the viral video crowd. Which isn't exactly a slam, per se: there are a number of hearty laughs in this paperweight comedy, which tries in vain to cram a joke per-minute into its runt...

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