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    Tribeca: Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese & Jerry Lewis Reflect On 'The King Of Comedy,' Improv, Deleted Scenes & More

    The Tribeca Film Festival closed last night with a digitally-restored screening of “The King Of Comedy.” Thirty years later, the film still reverberates as an acidic take on celebrity worship that has, oddly enough, become timeless, and the re-master is gorgeous. The film was greeted with rapturous ...

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    The Best And Brightest Of The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    And so we’ve reached the end of the Tribeca Film Festival. Known for its wide-ranging selection of films from all over the globe, they truly outdid themselves this year with a slate of diverse, boundary-pushing films that suggested that, outside of the most prestigious fests like New York, Cannes an...

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    Tribeca Review: Iranian Oddity 'Taboor' Is Hypnotic, Lynch-Like

    What to say about "Taboor," a film that feels as if it was beamed down from a backwards Earth? This maddening low-fi fantasy seems to share its DNA with "Holy Motors" in a story that revolves around the unpredictable actions of a man who keeps escaping definition. At first, he's just a frail, elderl...

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    What This Year's Tribeca Winners Tell Us About the Value of the Festival

    What defines the ideal Tribeca film? This year's top winners suggest a potential answer.

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    'The Rocket' and 'Bridegroom' Take Heineken Audience Awards at Tribeca

    The 12th annual Tribeca Film Festival announced the recipients of the Heineken Audience Awards Saturday night. Kim Mordaunt's 'The Rocket,' which has already won two prizes at Tribeca, was the audience favorite for narrative film while "Bridegroom," directed by Linda Bloodworth Thomason, won for doc...

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    Watch The Winners of Tribeca's #6SecFilms Vine Competition

    Six-second video sharing app Vine has only been available since this January, but already the film industry has been hard at work considering what exactly to do with it, from filmmakers and actors embracing the app to Oscilloscope releasing the David Cross comedy "It's a Disaster" in six second loop...

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    Filmmakers Weigh in on the Film vs. Digital Debate at the Tribeca Film Festival

    The spirit of Keanu Reeves hung heavy in the SVA theater last Thursday at Tribeca Talks' New Filmmaker in the Digital Age panel, or specifically the themes and influence of the actor's much lauded documentary "Side by Side," a comparison of film and digital filmmaking techniques taught as sort of a ...

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    Tribeca Review: ‘Cutie And The Boxer’ Reveals Love Is As Complicated & Unwieldy As A Giant, Fanged Papier-Mâché Motorcycle

    Love is complicated, this much we know is true. But love is even more complicated, as Zachary Heinzerling’s brilliant new documentary “Cutie and the Boxer” illustrates, when the regular mechanics of romance (co-dependency, support, a nearly psychic transference of ideas and emotions) are housed with...

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    Tribeca Review: The Unflinching 'Oxyana' Soberly Charts An Insidious Drug Epidemic In West Virginia

    Oceana, a small coal mining town in Wyoming County, West Virginia, is, on the surface, like any other small town in Appalachia. An hour away from almost any major city, and with an approximate population of 1400, it’s small, close-knit and not necessarily very open to outsiders. But quietly simmerin...

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    Underrated At the Tribeca Film Festival : 'Almost Christmas'

    The new film from Phil Morrison (the director of Junebug) has not been embraced by most critics at the Tribeca Film Festival (actually, most of them hated it) but I so disagree. Almost Christmas is one of my favorites from this year's festival, a thoroughly fresh dark comedy - more sly and absurd ...

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