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    Tribeca: Friends and 'Loitering With Intent' Co-stars Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell Get Candid With Indiewire

    Two of today’s most ubiquitous, versatile, and dependably strong actors, Tomei and Rockwell are also great friends, and they appear completely at ease with each other both onscreen and sitting side by side for an interview. They spoke to Indiewire about the newfound freedom of working with friends, ...

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    Tribeca Review: 'Extraterrestrial' Is An Example of How Not to Make a Horror Film

    The Vicious Brothers wrote the initial draft of the screenplay for "Extraterrestrial" while they were in college — and it shows.

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    Exclusive: Indiegogo Releases Free Handbook for Filmmakers on How to Crowdfund

    Indiegogo has released the Indiegogo Film Handbook which provides tips for filmmakers on how to crowdfund their next project. We've got an exclusive excerpt.

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    Tribeca Review: 'Miss Meadows' Starring Katie Homes And James Badge Dale

    Moviegoers who are slaves to genre aren't going to have much love for the legitimately out-of-control “Miss Meadows." This whatsit begins with a prim and proper maiden talking to CGI squirrels and birds before firing a pistol into the throat of an obvious sex offender in the middle of a sunny suburb...

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    Tribeca Women Directors: Meet Eva von Schweinitz (A Film Is a Film Is a Film)

    "What does it mean that we're constantly moving away from the analog into the digital? My intention is to show why the loss of this beautiful material is worth caring about."

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    Tribeca Interview: Billy Crudup's Secret to a Strong, Lasting Career

    The articulate, good-humored Crudup spoke to Indiewire about his long, lucky career, and how his acting approach has matured ever since co-starring with Brad Pitt, Dustin Hoffman, and Robert De Niro in “Sleepers,” his first released film back in 1996.

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    'Palo Alto' DP Autumn Durald On Being a Female Cinematographer

    We talk to cinematographer Autumn Durald about her collaboration with Gia Coppola on "Palo Alto," which opens in several cities this Friday.

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    Famed Whistleblowers Speak Out at Tribeca Film Festival Screening of 'Silenced'

    Despite currently serving a thirty-month prison sentence, John Kiriakou’s presence was deeply felt this weekend during Tribeca Film Festival's screening of "Silenced," a documentary by Oscar-nominated filmmaker James Spione. The film follows Kiriakou’s account of learning of and exposing the CIA’s u...

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    Tribeca Review: Amy Berg’s ‘Every Secret Thing’ Starring Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Fanning & Diane Lane

    Pitched somewhere between a David Fincher crime procedural, a Denis Lehane suspense novel and a “Mommie Dearest” melodrama, documentarian Amy Berg’s move into the feature-length world of dramatic narrative is by nature of the material, an uneven one. It’s not for want of trying, however. Making her ...

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    Tribeca Film Festival: Bryan Cranston on the Grossest Scene in 'Breaking Bad' & Why Audiences Loved Walter White

    It's only fitting that Bryan Cranston would appear on the Tribeca Innovation Week panel devoted to "Psychos We Love," because, after all, who makes a more lovable psycho than "Breaking Bad"'s Walter White as personified by Cranston?

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